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oneM2M - how standardization enables the next internet evolution

First of 4 webinars, introducing oneM2M and looking at business opportunities, challenges and drives in the M2M and IoT industry

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oneM2M - how standardization enables the next internet evolution

  1. 1. © 2014 oneM2M HOW STANDARDIZATION ENABLES THE NEXT INTERNET EVOLUTION Marc Jadoul Strategic Marketing Director, Alcatel-Lucent oneM2M
  2. 2. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 2 About this webinar First in a series of 4 webcasts, introducing oneM2M, the global standards initiative for Machine to Machine communications and the Internet of Things Today: part 1, looking at M2M business opportunities, challenges and drivers for standardization.
  3. 3. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 3 The next step in internet evolution Source: Alcatel-Lucent Pre- internet Internet of CONTENT Internet of SERVICES Internet of PEOPLE Internet of THINGS + IP networks + IT platforms & services + devices & apps + sensors, more devices & tags, big data “SOCIAL MEDIA” “WEB 2.0”“WWW” “HUMAN TO HUMAN” •Fixed & mobile telephony •SMS •e-mail •Information •Entertainment •… •e-productivity •e-commerce •… •Skype •Facebook •YouTube •… •Identification, tracking, monitoring, metering, … •Automation, actuation, payment, … •… “MACHINE TO MACHINE” + ambient context, data semantics
  4. 4. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 4 Topping Gartner’s hype cycle Internet of Things Source: Gartner, July 2014
  5. 5. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 5 The IOT is going to be big (though nobody really knows how big…) 28.1 BILLION “UNITS” IN 2020 26 BILLION “UNITS” BY 2020 $7.1 TRILLION GLOBAL SOLUTION REVENUES BY 2020 $300 BILLION SERVICES REVENUES IN 2020 $1.9 TRILLION GLOBAL ECONOMIC VALUE IN 2020 Source: IDC, May 2014 Source: Gartner, March 2014 25 BILLION M2M “CONNECTIONS” BY 2022 $1.2 TRILLION GLOBAL OPPORTUNIY BY 2022 OF WHICH 2.6 BILLION ARE CELLULAR Source: Machina Research, January 2013
  6. 6. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 6 When communications, IT and CE industries meet BIG DATA M2M COMMUNICATIONS IT ENABLED COMMS ENABLED CE ENABLED Source: Alcatel-Lucent
  7. 7. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 7 Why now? Lower hardware costs and ubiquitous mobile access enabling more intelligence and seamless connectivity Proliferation of mobile devices and M2M endpoints creating a customer base for deploying new applications Abundance of data and information combined with a growing understanding of how collec- tive data can be used to add greater efficiency to our lives Network operators, enterprises, utility providers and public administrations are transforming the way they interact with their customers, suppliers and partners Consumers and business users looking for new services and applications to enrich the way they live, work, commute, shop and care for their community and environment M2M standardization addressing the need for end-to-end architecture, security and interoperability, facilitating applications development, and global services rollout IOT
  8. 8. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 8 A long tong tail of applications # Applications #Assets per Application “KILLER” APPS THE LONG TAIL SEGMENT/INDUSTRY/ BUSINESS SPECIFIC Source: Alcatel-Lucent
  9. 9. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 9 Where is M2M used today? Source: TechRepublic & ZDnet, 2013 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Percentage of organizations using M2M now or implementing in 12 months (n=98) Energy (smart metering, wireless grid, etc.) IT & Network monitoring (traffic monitoring, endpoint mngmnt, etc.) Automotive, transportation & logistics (vehicle telematics, fleet & asset tracking, etc.) Health care (patient monitoring, drug interaction detection, etc.) Facility management (HVAC, security, lighting, access, etc.) Manufacturing & industrial (plant monitoring, process control, etc.) Retail (RFID inventory tracking, POS kiosks, vending unit monitoring, etc.) Consumer products (fitness monitors, personal navigation, networked digital photo frames, etc.) 48.0% 46.9% 43.9% 31.6% 28.6% 26.5% 24.5% 21.4%
  10. 10. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 10 Businesses say it’s about developing new opportunities Source: TechRepublic & ZDnet, 2013 New business opportunities Faster response times Enhance existing products/services Cost savings Expand cellular coverage Not important … … … Very important Percentage of organizations using or planning to use M2M (n=98) Regulatory compliance Risk mitigation 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 42.0%29.5%22.5%11.4%4.5% 35.3%31.8%18.8%9.4%4.7% 34.5%34.5%17.2%9.2%4.6% 27.6%20.7%27.6%16.1%8.0% 14.6%18.0%25.8%21.3%20.1% 13.6%12.5%26.1%25.0%22.7% 11.4%30.7%27.3%20.5%10.2%
  11. 11. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 11 End-to-end network view sensors devices & gateways connectivity, onboarding, AAA, management, security, … application creation & analytics “ANY APP” “ANY NETWORK” “ANY DEVICE” Source: Alcatel-Lucent
  12. 12. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 12 A fragmented ecosystem Based upon: Matt Turk, Sutian Dong, FirstMark Capital, 2013
  13. 13. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 13 Current state of affairs … a key challenge for the industry remains the complexity of developing, deploying, and managing M2M applications ... This is a challenge both for mobile network operators that are trying to offer profitable services tailored to the M2M market, as well as for application developers and service providers that are trying to reduce costs, speed time to market, and simplify robust application deployments. For many years M2M was held back by the lack of a low cost, global access medium, the fragmented nature of the ecosystem, the lack of any single killer application driving demand and the complex nature of M2M solutions leading to high-cost development and systems integration. To date, the machine connectivity (M2M) and smart systems opportunity has largely been comprised of “simple” remote services applications and related tracking/location services….. future technology development will be focused on collaboration between devices, people and systems, but will require new technology and architecture. The IoT lacks a common set of standards and technologies that would allow for compatibility and ease-of-use. There are currently few standards (or regulations) for what is needed to run an IoT device. Consortia that group together global industrial, tech, and electronics companies are involved in an effort to standardize the IoT and solve the most pressing security concerns.
  14. 14. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 14 Why standardization is needed Improved Functionality-Cost-Quality (FCQ) tradeoffs More partnering choices and opportunities for M2M/IOT industry stakeholders Enhanced experience through security, interoperability, device management and interaction with underlying networks
  15. 15. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 15 Improved Functionality- Cost-Quality (FCQ) • Anticipate massive growth in devices, applications, traffic and profile/usage data; reduce signalling overhead • Develop a ‘horizontal’ M2M platform, scalable by design • Improve end-to-end product quality • Optimized network use, performance & traffic volumes • Fascilitate sourcing, development, integration and monetizatation of M2M solutions & components • Reduce investments, time-to-market and onboarding costs of new devices and applications • Efficient administration and management
  16. 16. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 16 Partnering choices and opportunities • More suppliers to source M2M solution components from • More providers who can develop and integrate M2M solutions and applications • Partnering with other stakeholders to store, discover, access, exchange and share data and content • Partnering with wireline and wireless service providers and extract more value from underlying networks • Cross-vendor device configuration and management
  17. 17. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 17 Enhanced experience • Abstract devices and applications from underlying access networks and technologies • Interoperability between devices, platforms, data formats, protocols and applications • Remote provisioning, control, management and billing of devices and applications; lightweight protocols for minimal power consumption • Deal with small power, memory and processor footprints • Privacy, security & access control; authentication, authorization, encryption, data protection, …
  18. 18. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 18 Introducing the oneM2M partnership In July 2012, seven of the world’s leading ICT Standards Development Organizations launched the global oneM2M partnership to: • Cooperate in the production of globally applicable, access- independent M2M Service Layer specifications, including Technical Specifications and Technical Reports • Ensure the most efficient deployment of M2M communi- cations systems
  19. 19. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 19 Partners and members Partner SDOs: • ARIB (Japan) • ATIS (N-America) • CCSA (China) • ETSI (Europe) • TIA (N-America) • TTA (Korea) • TTC (Japan) Industry consortia: • Broadband Forum (BBF) • Continua Health Alliance • Home Gateway Initiative (HGI) • New Generation M2M Consortium (Japan) • Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) + over 200 service providers, industry, government, university, research, … members
  20. 20. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 20 oneM2M provides … • A common set of Service Layer capabilities • Access independent view of end-to-end services • Open/standard interfaces, APIs and protocols • Security, privacy, and charging aspects • Reachability and discovery of applications • Interoperability, test and conformance specs • Identification & naming of devices and applications • Management aspects (including remote management of entities) First set of specifications delivered in August 2014 will be live demonstrated at the oneM2M showcase event, December 9 at ETSI
  21. 21. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 21 Join us for the next webinar 30 October 2014 at 1PM EDT = 5PM UTC “Taking a look inside oneM2M” by Nicolas Damour Senior Manager for Business and Innovation Development at Sierra Wireless
  22. 22. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 22 Join us at the oneM2M showcase event 9 December 2014, Sophia-Antipolis, France (free of charge, but online registration is required) • OneM2M project partners, rationale and goals • OneM2M Service Layer Specification release • Showcase demos that demonstrate oneM2M “live" Followed by the ETSI M2M workshop.
  23. 23. © 2014 oneM2M16-Oct-14 23 Thank You! Q&A