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1 The Evolving Role of M2M in Intelligent Systems and IoE Panel Discussion Moderator: Christine Van De Graaf, Senior Product Strategy Manager, Lilee Systems Panel: Barry Einsig, Bus. Dev. Transportation/Connected Ind., Cisco Rick Lisa, Global Sales Director WW M2M Development, Intel Jon Adams, Vice President Strategic Dev., Lilee Systems Pete MacKay, Medical-Industrial Solutions Architect, Wind River

2 M2M = Trillions of End Points, Sensors, Edge Nodes, Aggregators, Gateways, Etc. M2M is more than just machine-to-machine – Mobile to mobile – Mobile to machine – Machine to mobile All working together to improve process efficiency and productivity and the data demands of B2B, B2C, B2B2C, etc. as if all elements are in the same location The way these points (machine & mobile) communicate with one another is evolving to match THE CLOUD Ultimately, everything and everyone are connected M2M leading way to Internet of Everything (IoE)

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4 Panelists and Perspectives Barry Einsig Bus. Dev. Transportation / Connected Industries Pete MacKay Medical-Industrial Solutions Architect Jon Adams VP Strategic Development Rick Lisa Global Sales Director WW M2M Development

5 IoE and M2Ms Role Intelligent connection of people, process, data, and things on the network 15 billion devices connected by 2015 & approx. 40 billion by 2020 Today, > 99% of all physical objects that will be networked are currently unconnected IoE enabler: network intelligence fueling manageability, controllability & scalability growth Relevance of Connections = outcomes they make possible Handling and processing of Big Data - Extracting valuable info that is immediately actionable (for people and context-aware machines) The Network Effect Newer capabilities, richer experiences, & unprecedented value Risks: maintaining security & protecting privacy Vital necessity of every connection, from core to edge More intelligent networks c/o big data, cloud computing, BYOD, mobility, new SW apps Success requires unprecedented cooperation between companies & organizations

6 Intelligent Systems Framework Intel® ISF – interoperable solutions addressing connecting, managing & securing devices & data in a consistent & scalable manner ConnectivityManageabilitySecurity Multiple Protocol ReliabilityPlatform Protection Simple Integration EfficiencySoftware Protection Flexible Combinations HardeningData Protection

7 Factors to Consider for M2M: Remote, Manageable, Secure, Flexible Enormous amounts of data constantly being collected by diverse devices – The Internet of Things (IoT) Require reliable means of communicating – Wired and Wirelessly – End to End Solutions (E2E) Protocols vary for diverse vertical markets and geographical regions Design flexibility and longevity is essential – Proprietary – Existing Requirements – Future Requirements Optimized TCO and TTM is a requirement – Retrofit of legacy discrete solutions – New all-in-one solution – Diversity of assets to connect Need to be easy to install/initialize/monitor/maintain – Install site access constraints – Skilled Labor / Union constraints SDR

8 Wise Choices Today Lead to Long Term Interoperability and Lower TCO M2M Growth Drivers: Opportunity & Necessity M2M SW platform helps to simplify process – OS – Tools – M2M Middleware availability Making it easier to design, build, and operate M2M / smart connected devices Full & effective integration into broader Intelligent Systems from devices to data centers Take the long view – short cuts today leader to higher TCO – Quality – Longevity of solution – Support costs – Operations issues – Software updates – Emerging standards – Supply chain complexity

9 Q: What is the most influential driving factor for M2M growth? Panelists Perspectives: Growth: – B2B is driven by safety, cost reduction & incremental sales opportunities – B2C is driven by value achieved through innovation & emotional response – About addressing pent up demand. Addressing the gap and the chasm of capability – The types of data that are gathered, the perceived value of that information & what is done with that information – Considerations have to be taken for how to encapsulate the information Efficiency: – This pertains to the solutions stickiness – Silos or Cooperation b

10 AUDIENCE QUESTIONS THE EVOLVING ROLE OF M2M IN INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS AND IOE PANEL DISCUSSION

11 Q: What about APIs? Whos do the M2M solutions use? Panelists Perspectives: Have to choose between the more common vs. the less common Standards are emerging including TIA TR-50 The structure of the overall solution plays a part in determining what APIs to use Also have to consider how the APIs are managed and developed as well as authenticated What is the tolerance of the target M2M application to being locked in to a particular vendor and/or devices There is abstraction at the layers of the overall solution – what is used at the edge & access layer differs from what is needed at each the pre-aggregation, aggregation, core, and application layers. Considerations also need to be taken for managed homogenous characteristics of the APIs without losing uniqueness and the ability to differentiate Authentication plays a role as well

12 Application Core Aggregation Pre-Aggregation Access Sample Layers for an End-to-End M2M Communication in Transportation Solution Cisco LMC-5500 PTC-3000 Wayside PTC-3000 Base Station PTC-3000 Locomotive WMS-2000

13 Q: How do we address Carriers as Barriers? Panelists Perspectives: Business value Options are sometimes limited therefore flexibility is needed Can not abandon legacy as push to the next generation (2G/3G vs. LTE) Cant limit M2M to just communication via the cellular networks. Legacy twisted pair, WAN etc. networks are still viable and in use New standards for certification are coming into play – i.e. new approach is WIP at Deutche Telecom that minimizes the need to get certification from each of the carriers With respect to provisioning: – Serial certification – Ingredient platform design – Multi cellular carriers supported within a single device

14 Q: How is billing for M2M different from data rate plans for consumer smart devices? Panelists Perspectives: Carriers are starting to introduce data plans for M2M devices that are more appropriate to their usage Differs significantly from consumer smart device data usage Not a one-size fits all method The Kindle subsidized data plan example was referenced – data included in the price of the device not as a separate contract or bill to manage or require the creation of a separate predictive budgeting process

15 Q: What about setting up a M2M sandbox? Panelists Perspectives: Due to the variances of usage by different markets and sub-segments, a single unified approach doesnt fully address needs There is collaboration between technology leaders to develop solution blueprints that address market usages – i.e. The intelligent system framework and joint ecosystem efforts Municipal entities are coming together to address specific needs such as development of regional public safety system interoperability These efforts address some of the vulnerability to the M2M solution to which the carrier differences and coverage overlaps or absences contribute Can take up usage of abandoned spectrum as well as extended use of the legacy networks (i.e. twisted pair) This goes beyond traditional ecosystems addressing the nature of IoE Hybridization of public & private networks plays a role as well

16 Thank you! Panel Discussion - The Evolving Role of M2M in Intelligent Systems and IoE Moderator: Christine Van De Graaf, Senior Product Strategy Manager, Lilee Systems Panel: Barry Einsig, Bus. Dev. Transportation/Connected Ind., Cisco Rick Lisa, Global Sales Director WW M2M Development, Intel Jon Adams, Vice President Strategic Dev., Lilee Systems Pete MacKay, Medical-Industrial Solutions Architect, Wind River

17 Couldnt attend the panel? Check out the video recording links below: Part Panel Discussion - The Evolving Role of M2M in Intelligent Systems and IoE Moderator: Christine Van De Graaf, Senior Product Strategy Manager, Lilee Systems Panel: Barry Einsig, Bus. Dev. Transportation/Connected Ind., Cisco Rick Lisa, Global Sales Director WW M2M Development, Intel Jon Adams, Vice President Strategic Dev., Lilee Systems Pete MacKay, Medical-Industrial Solutions Architect, Wind River

18 BACK-UP QUESTIONS THE EVOLVING ROLE OF M2M IN INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS AND IOE PANEL DISCUSSION

19 Q: How do standardization efforts impact M2M proliferation? j

20 Q: What are the most formative challenges that lay before M2M? r

21 Q: What technology advancements are needed to support increased M2M installation? p

22 Q: How do you see the role of the M2M ecosystem today and how does it need to evolve looking ahead? r

23 Q: How is the changing wireless landscape playing a part in M2M migration? j

24 Q: What is the next big shift within M2M technology that you anticipate coming? p

25 Q: What business process hurdles has M2M technology helped various vertical markets to better manage? b


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