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DASH7 Network Access (“DNA”) Initiative Webinar


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This webinar will provide an introduction to a new initiative being formed within the DASH7 Alliance around the standardization of the way software applications communicate with DASH7 readers or access points. While the DASH7 Alliance has focused primarily on the DASH7 air interface, providing developers with a way to write to any DASH7 device, regardless of vendor, is a logical and important next step in the evolution of DASH7.

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DASH7 Network Access (“DNA”) Initiative Webinar

  1. 1. DASH7 Webinar DNA DASH7 Network Access 20 October 2010
  2. 2. Speakers Speakers • Intro: Pat Burns: • DASH7 Alliance President • Why DNA? • Ryad Semichi: • Director of Standards at Savi Technology • Chair of DASH7 Standards & Regulatory WG • Conceptual Architectures • Abel Sanchez: • Executive Director, MIT Geospatial Data Center • DNA Initiative Plan • Ted Osinski: • Director, RFID Programs, MET Labs • Chair of DASH7 Test & Certification WG 2
  3. 3. Introduction Pat Burns 3
  4. 4. Introduction tothe DASH7Alliance Intro to the DASH7 Alliance  The DASH7 Alliance is a consortium of leading RFID industry players, gathered to advance the use of DASH7 wireless data technology  More than 50 organizations, manufacturers, systems integrators, developers, regulators, academia, and end-users are working together to promote the use of DASH7  The DASH7 Alliance is officially established in 2009 as a non- profit 501(c)6 California corporation  Website  Resources, News, Developers Info, Whitepapers & more  Blog, Press, Upcoming Events, Members Only extranet 4
  5. 5. Like WiFi, We Are Creating A DASH7 Ecosystem 50+ Participants, 23 Countries 50+ Participants, 23 Countries 5 Visit
  6. 6. DASH7 Alliance DASH7 Org Chart Org Chart Board of Directors Steering Charter Promoter Advisory Board Committee Members Standards & Outreach Technology Test and Certification Regulatory Working Group Working Group Working Group Working Group Principal Promoter Members Automotive Security WG Subgroup Associate Members Government Standardized Feed Ideas Affairs Reader Protocol To All Groups Building Low Frequency Automation & Wakeup Smart Energy Alliance Provides Stability & Neutrality, Membership Provides Voice & Volunteer Resources 6
  7. 7. DASH7 CONFIDENTIAL – Member Use ONLY DASH7 Event Calendar DASH7 Event Calendar Event Date MIT Meetup Event – Cambridge, Mass. (USA) November 15, 2010 November Webinar – DASH7 and IPv6 November 17, 2010 Winter Member Meeting -- Seoul (S. Korea) December 1, 2010 RFID/USN Conference – Seoul (S. Korea) December 2-4, 2010 January Webinar – DASH7 and Security January 12, 2011 Annual Member Meeting, San Diego, CA (USA) February 1-2, 2011 Spring Member Meeting – Orlando, FL (USA) April 11, 2011 RFID Journal Live Show – Orlando, FL (USA) April 12-14, 2011 7
  8. 8. You are Invited You Are Invited Join the DASH7 Alliance! • Open Membership, 3 Levels • Leadership Opportunities • Non-Profit Technical Advisory Board • Major Opportunity to Influence A Very Strategic Wireless Technology • Email or visit for more details 8
  9. 9. Why DNA? Ryad Semichi 9
  10. 10. DASh7 Today DASH7 Snapshot 433 MHz band 8 channels Optimized for Optimized for Micro Power Low Latency (µW) (Bursty Data) Universal Adaptive Interoperability Data Rate (No Profiles) 28 - 200 kbps Fast, Compact Efficient Stack Multicast ~ 16KB • Accelerated Innovation roadmap – Mode2, Sensors, Side channels (LF, HF, UHF), Security, IPv6, DNA… • Market driven. • Open Alliance  ISO 10
  11. 11. DASH7 Low Power Advantage Low Power  Device can be deployed for a long period of time with zero maintenance. 11
  12. 12. DASH7 on many cool “Things” DASH7 for Things What do all of these “things” have in common? 12
  13. 13. Which things should be DASH7 enabled ? – High Value – Mobile – Changing location and condition – Subject to increasing privacy and security requirements. – Things that need to be “internet ready” 13
  14. 14. Existing IoT capable Infrastructure Existing Internet Infrastructure What are they all lacking? Backend / supporting infrastructure “Touch Point” systems 14
  15. 15. DASH7 Network Access Initiative Where is the gap? “DNA” Un-tapped accessible information Massive computing power DNA On-demand physical context information for data intensive processing services. Physical World Information Digital information •Event driven •High data processing •Real Time data availability •Lacking real time context 15
  16. 16. DNA: Allowing for Real Time Association Data + • Defining a new generation of data elements that combine both digital and physical world information. •  Emergence of New business Models 16
  17. 17. DNA: Single interface for What is DNA? Many Device Types • DNA= Addressability + Internet Services – Access to the device (Unique Device ID, IPv6) – Standard Internet communication flows Web Service 17
  18. 18. Conceptual Architectures Abel Sanchez 18
  19. 19. The Internet of Things 1 Billion 2 Billion 6 Billion 10 Trillion 19
  20. 20. The Internet of Things Radio frequency identification and sensors connecting physical objects to the Internet, so they can be observed, and shared with organizations, individuals, and other objects. 20
  21. 21. Physical Objects Move in the World It would be great to observe them 21
  22. 22. Many Identifiers 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A03 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A03 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A04 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A03 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A04 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A04 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A04 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A04 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A05 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A04 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A05 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A05 01.23G3D00.0111A3.000000A05 01.00555A2.8666A3.000000A05 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A03 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A03 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A04 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A04 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A03 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A04 01.23G3D00.8886A3.365000A04 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A04 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A05 01.00555A2.8346A3.000000A05 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A04 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A05 01.23G3D00.8666A3.000000A05 22
  23. 23. Not Connected to the Web 23
  24. 24. Connected to EPC Networks Secure Internet Event Exchange Search and Registries Discovery ONS EPCIS EPCIS Private Organization Private Organization Internal EPC EPC Internal Systems Middleware Middleware Systems (ERP, WMS, etc) (ERP, WMS, etc) EPC Readers EPC Readers Private Network Private Network 24
  25. 25. Direct Web Access is a Sea Change When software became web accessible (HTTP and XML), overnight every HTTP enabled machine become an object (software) request broker. 25
  26. 26. Web Revolution Creating new applications by coupling web accessible software blocks 26
  27. 27. New Paradigm: Web Accessible Physical Things 27
  28. 28. Accessible Using Web Protocols Tokyo London Consuming Grid Member San Francisco Boston Beijing Madrid 28
  29. 29. Leverage the Web Infrastructure 29
  30. 30. Where is my phone? DASH7: Where is my phone? 30
  31. 31. Connectivity Paradigms Secure Event Registries Internet Search and Discovery Exchange EPC ONS Web EPCIS EPCIS EPC EPC Private Organization Private Organization Middleware Middleware Internal Internal Systems Systems (ERP, WMS, etc) (ERP, WMS, etc) EPC Readers EPC Readers Private Network Private Network Maybe DASH7 Web 31
  32. 32. DNA Initiative Plan Ted Osinski 32
  33. 33. DNA collaboration DNA Collaboration DASH7 Workgroups Co-Chair : Joe McKinney Requirements Outreach WG Chair: Pat Burns, Savi (System Planning Corporation) Co-Chair: Open Automotive Chair: Gilles Cerede Melexis Sub WG DNA Specification Technology WG Chair: JP Norair, Indigresso Chairs: Erik Wood, Security Revere Security & Sub WG VC Kumar, TI Compliance & Testing and Chair: Ted Osinski, Interoperability MET Open Source Certification WG Standards and Chair: Ryad Semichi, ISO Regulatory WG Savi 33
  34. 34. DNA Deliverables DNA Roles and •Outreach Working Group Deliverables open to users, vendors, academia •Requirements (data, functionality, security, discovery, and others technology) •DNA Architecture Framework •Technology WG •DNA Specifications for: • Device access • Discovery • Data definition, capture and exchange • Security •Testing and Certification WG •Test methods and test tools for DNA •Outreach Workgroup •Validate requirements •Pilots and promotion •Standards WG •Submittal to ISO 34
  35. 35. Timelines Timeline (proposed) •Requirements •Approved Requirements Q1, 2011 •DNA Specifications •DNA Architecture Q1, 2011 •Device access standards •ISO/IEC 24791-X DNA Q1,2011 •Other •Data definition, capture and exchange 2011 •User memory •Filtering and Collection •Data Exchange •Testing and Certification •Test methods and test tools Q3, 2011 •Outreach •Pilots, Validation, Industry Engagement 35
  36. 36. Leveraging other initiatives DNA Roles and Deliverables DNA and ISO 24791-X (based on EPC LLRP) • Gap analysis of EPC LLRP to determine how it can fit in a DASH7 context. • Provide a mechanism for implementers of LLRP to expand to DASH7. •DASH7 Active + Passive RFID strategy • Simplification of an end user’s application landscape • Convergence of Data elements • Side channels •HF RFID (13.56 MHz) 36
  37. 37. Key Takeaways: DASH7 DNA •DASH7 Network Access (DNA) will connect smart wireless devices to the Internet of Things •Worldwide interest in this initiative …. • Join the DASH7 DNA Initiative to contribute and benefit  • Scheduled DNA virtual meetings in Nov 2010. •Annual meeting in Seoul on Dec 1st. 37
  38. 38. Q&A 38