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An infrastructual secure wireless sensing and actuating solution

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I have presented IPSO 6LoWPAN based wireless sensor network technology @ Embedded world 2016.

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An infrastructual secure wireless sensing and actuating solution

  1. 1. Usman Sarwar, Kamarul Zaman and Joshua Fung Embedded World 2016 An Infrastructural Secure Wireless Sensing and Actuating Solution
  2. 2. Internet of Things Group 2 IoT Connectivity Landscape IEEE 802.15.4 6LoWPAN OtherTechnologies BluetoothWIFI StandardBTSW 6LoWPAN Ethernet RFID/NFC Standard OSI Reference Protocols Stack Cellular Cellular specific protocols Complexity Simplicity IPSO Thread ZigBeeIP ZigBee TSN 2G /3GSIGFOXLTE-MOthers others
  3. 3. Internet of Things Group Connectivity Landscape (Distance vs Bandwidth) 3
  4. 4. Internet of Things Group IoT based infrastructure use-cases with IEEE 802.15.4 4 IEEE 802.15.4 HomesSmart Buildings Smart Utilities Smart Agriculture Smart Cities Streetlights Parking Roads& bridges Livestock Farming Smart Transportation Smart Healthcare Grids Water Traffic Waste Assets Ports Monitoring Office • Designed for low bandwidth, low transmit power, small frame size • Design for Low power sensing and actuating applications. • AA batteries usage up to 5+ years • Indoor range: 10 to 50 Meters. Outdoor: 100+- • Network topologies: Star, Tree and Mesh Frequencies Data Rate 2011 Spec Data Rate 2006 Spec Channels 2.4 GHz 250 kbps 250kbps 16 928 Mhz 100 kbps 40 kbps 10 868 Mhz 100 kbps 20 kbps 1 OtherUse-cases Overall Market Value 2020 1100B$ Logistics 157B$ Use cases 400B$58B$ 5+ B$ Syringes Medicine 117B$
  5. 5. Internet of Things Group 5 What is 6LoWPAN? • Acronym for IPv6 over Low power Wireless Personal Area Networks. • Standard from the maker of Internet (IETF) which works with existing Internet infrastructure (30+ years) • Widely accepted Standard and created Internet based on IP architecture • It provides • Adaptation layer for interoperability and packet formats • Adapting the packet sizes of the two networks • Address resolution • Addressing management mechanisms • Routing considerations and protocols for mesh topologies in 6LoWPAN • Scalable
  6. 6. Internet of Things Group 6 Why 6LoWPAN and what are the possibilities?
  7. 7. Internet of Things Group What is NetContiki? • Fork of Contiki OS • Numerous Bug fixed in Contiki OS and other components (eg. CoAP) with optimization towards commercialization • Features and tools • Interoperable IPSO 6LoWPAN stack • Automatic channel selection • Over the air upgrade • Optimization in mesh routing • Security framework • Scalable to have larger network per routing device 7
  8. 8. Internet of Things Group IoT gateway – Application Processor Centric 8 Intel Architecture Gateway IPSO 6LoWPAN Stack Performance Optimization Application services WIFI Ethernet UDP/IP stack (Kernel)IEEE 802.15.4 Transceiver Serial protocol Cellular + Open Source (in-progress) +NBR software independent of IEEE 802.15.4 Transceiver + Scalable from Quark to Xeon +Available on Linux + Optimization (eg. Higher communication throughput, bigger routing table etc)
  9. 9. Internet of Things Group Intel 6LoWPAN solution 1. Network Border router modes • Normal NBR • Neighbor discovery • Smart bridge • Multi-NBR with multi-15.4 radio • Infrastructural mode 2. Application services • IPSO smart objects • OMA LWM2M (bootstrap and the server) • CoAP (Reference Demo for sensors, LEDs and buttons (using IoT-u10) 3. Security • DTLS support for CoAP - Pre Shared Keys, Raw Public Certificates • IEEE 802.15.4 Layer 2 4. RPL MESH 9 Ref: http://www.ipso-alliance.org
  10. 10. Internet of Things Group Intel 6LoWPAN solution (Conti..) 5. Other Features • OTA programming • Automatic network selection mechanism using beacons (active scans) 6. Optimization • Packet handling 10 Ref: http://www.ipso-alliance.org
  11. 11. Internet of Things Group Intel IPSO 6LoWPAN solution 11
  12. 12. Internet of Things Group Successful Intel 6LoWPAN stack interoperability at IPSO plugfest - May 2015 12
  13. 13. Internet of Things Group Infrastructural IP based WSN 13
  14. 14. Internet of Things Group demo 14 Curie based device
  15. 15. Internet of Things Group Current Status 15 Yocto Linux Quark BSP 1.2 (Available for evaluation) Baytrail BSP (Soon) NetContiki Yanzi IoT-U10 (USB) Quark Microcontroller devices Contiki supported platforms
  16. 16. Internet of Things Group Sarwar, Usman <usman.sarwar@intel.com> Palangian, Gary <gary.palangian@intel.com> 16 Contact for details
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