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1 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 1 SMARTHOUSE logo copyright Telemetry Associates Ltd. SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 SMARTHOUSE II – Overview The Development of a Code of Practice for the European SMARTHOUSE under CENELEC An Action Supported by EU/EFTA and Coordinated with e- Europe 2005 Ref: CENELEC/ENTR/000/ Stephen Pattenden

2 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 2 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 SMARTHOUSE CODE of PRACTICE Evolved from SMH Phase I Excellent work - detailed report - informative annexes Need to deliver a powerful tool for the Smart House and all stakeholders that have influences on it SMH Phase II A code of practice for the Smart House Supported by EU Commission, ICTSB (ICTSB/SHSSWG) Input from all the Stakeholders Utilise all the standards and practical output from EU FP6 Projects esp D2 Managed by CENELEC under TC205 WG16 as a CENELEC Workshop Agreement

3 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 3 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Objectives of Phase II Deliver a Forum for information and understanding Prepare an Interim Report covering all influences Prepare a Code of Practice. (Beyond this work, the aim is to have the CoP accepted and used in the marketplace, for it to be maintained and regularly updated.)

4 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 4 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Stakeholders in the SMARTHOUSE Many Stakeholders are focusing on The SMARTHOUSE and its occupants. These include: The occupants themselves – the users of services, systems and equipment and represented by consumer organisations (ANEC). Equipment providers – potentially in many market areas (A/V, Household Appliances, Security Systems and Energy Management Systems – DVB, CECED, etc,..). Service providers – Entertainment, Security, Safety, Installation, Maintenance, and many e-Agendas (content creators, content providers). Service Deliverers – Telecoms and Network Operators, Utilities, etc, (ETSI, …) Governments – e-Agendas, learning, care of the aged and infirm, information, health and e-Government. Builders, Planners, Regulators, Architects, services installers (electricians, plumbers and many others). Standards Organisations – International and National. The Code of Practice is to be written from the perspective of the System Designer

5 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 5 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Roadmap for the work The Contract between the EU Commission and CENELEC sets a requirement for particular deliverables, milestones and performance indicators. For this contract these are the major deliverables: 1.Roadmap for the work 19 th February Interim Report19 th September Final Report / Code of Practice19 th August 2005 Beyond this there is a requirement to establish the Forum that will meet in 2004 and 2005 (probably in June) Lastly, this work is intended to achieve a deliverable that will assist the market place to accelerate its growth in the area of SMARTHOUSEs. This implies: regular maintenance and upgrade of the CoP on a yearly basis into the future.

6 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 6 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Roadmap - graphical view WE ARE HERE

7 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 7 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 The Interim Report The deadline for the Interim Report was met on 19th September and the Commission is now digesting it. We will hear their views in due course It was in 4 main parts Introduction - that set the scene Report on the establishment of the Open Forum Report on the Work to date Outline of the Code of Practice (See MS Word Docs. SMHP2-IR-0-Overview.doc, SMHP2-IR-1-Forum-Report.doc,) (SMHP2-IR-2-Work-Report.doc, SMHP2-IR-3-CoP-Outline.doc) For people registered with the SmartHouse Open Forum and CWA these documents are available on the CENELEC Website.

8 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 8 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Layout of CoP This Code of Practice is presented in five main parts. 1.This Introduction 2.The Influences on the SmartHouse. The reason for a SmartHouse and its value; the Consumers needs and requirements; and the Service Providers aims and objectives in meeting the consumers needs 3.The design of the SmartHouse System Architectures, the glue of the system The Wide Area and its Network Operators and delivery media The Home Networks and their Media Gateways; and Security 4.Installation The Installation Process 5.Product Development. Service and Application development Consumer Equipment User Interfaces

9 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 9 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Section Layouts The Introduction and each following section deliver material that provides: At the highest level, anyone with some knowledge of what may be possible At the next level, any practitioner of the SmartHouse with details of best practice At the lowest level, experts in the area of the section, recommendations for implementing the SmartHouse The five parts focus on the process of selecting from a wide range of possible options, what standards and practices to use and how to use them in configuring and installing systems for the SmartHouse. Each subsection has a number of parts. The first part is an introduction that outlines the major issues of the subsection The second part describes the issues in greater detail provides a decision process that assists the system designer in reaching appropriate design choices in the form of recommendations. Where decisions need to be made, then there are short descriptions of the issues. and references to appropriate standards, specifications and ongoing standards and research work. Since there are many interactions and dependencies with other sections, these too are referenced. Note 1. The final part may be a set of recommendations or examples that might be in tabular form

10 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 10 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004Sections List of Sections Consumers Section - Roy Brooker Service Providers – Bruno Ziegler (EDF) Architectures – Peter Colebrook i&i Wide Area and Network Operators – Philippe Calvet (France Telecom) Home Networks and their Media – Walter von Pattay (ISO/IEC / ZVEI) The Residential Gateway – Milan Erbes (Independent Consultant/ETSI) Security – Per Kaijser (Independent Consultant) Installation – Luc Baranger (FFIE) Home Equipment – Paolo Falcioni (WRAP) User Interfaces – Stephen Pattenden (Telemetry Associates)

11 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 11 SMARTHOUSE logo copyright Telemetry Associates Ltd. SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Architectures Section Peter Colebrook of I&I Limited/BSI

12 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 12 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Introduction, Issues, Recommendations This section has a quick introduction to the aims of this section It deals with some of the issues It asks how we can arrive at recommendations and Looks at some of the ways forward

13 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 13 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 SmartHouse Structure // Architecture Architecture provides the framework for SmartHouse Descriptions, Interoperability, Commercial and Trust

14 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 14 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Sections and their Relevance Security is the overarching necessity Everything fits within the Architectural framework.

15 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 15 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Framework for SmartHouse Supports the services, networks and equipment in the (system) environment of the SmartHouse Architecture should provide methodologies that link the elements of the SmartHouse (networks, equipment, services, user interfaces and applications) together Architecture must provide the means of interoperability between systems in the SmartHouse the systems involved in delivering services and operating applications in the SmartHouse the users in the SmartHouse This has implications

16 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 16 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Implications for SmartHouse Architecture A SmartHouse Architecture needs to: Provide the requirements for communication, interaction and interoperability between objects (i.e. provide the framework or glue) Provide the description of objects in terms of Ontology – the science of being, in the abstract (the description of things) Taxonomy – the classification of things in relation to one another Descriptors – a normalised way of describing the attributes of things Provide the framework for all this including: The Commercial transactional requirements The Legal requirements involved in the communication, commercial transactions, The establishment of trust and privacy and The rights of individuals and of the holders of copyright.

17 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 17 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Architecture Issues Multiple Architectures already in Smarthouse environment Almost all subsystems have Residential Gateway and the SmartHouse Architecture Developments from various industry sectors

18 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 18 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Multiple Architectures

19 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 19 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Architecture and the Gateway Most of the service traffic and all communication traffic may pass through the Gateway It is an ideal location for control processes But there are issues of service aggregation and ownership of the gateway that need solving What happens if there are multiple gateways? What do we do about legacy gateways – Cable and DSL modems and routers, Set Top Boxes and so on. In many cases the consumer will have bought them.

20 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 20 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Current Developments Many sectorial interests: IT/PC industry – DLNA (and MicroSoft Corporation) Telecoms and ETSI – Service Providers and ISPs – no particular Architecture but much legacy equipment Home Network consortia – all have their own architectures Home Equipment sector – Both A/V and White Goods have work in progress (e.g. CECED CHAIN) Utility sector – No particular architecture but active Also much going on in FP6 projects There is however no Architecture that really meets an overarching solution that interoperates with most other architectures.

21 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 21 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004Recommendations? We dont really have one using available standards We can just carry on and point you to all the work that is in progress (But that is not an optimal solution) We need to develop a usable architecture that is pragmatic and works. CENELEC SmartHouse has put forward a bid to EU Commission to work on a Requirements Specification for what is needed to provide an overarching architecture for the SmartHouse. We will be working closely with the RG Section because of the close relationship between Architecture and the RG.

22 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 22 SMARTHOUSE logo copyright Telemetry Associates Ltd. SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 SMARTHOUSE II – Home Residential Gateway Milan Erbes Residential Gateway Team Leader ETSI WG Chairman

23 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 23 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 NGN High-Level Interconnection

24 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 24 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004Fundamentals There are four fundamental areas that are key to and shape the requirements for the residential gateway: -Multiple Access Networks using both IP and non-IP native access technologies) -Multiple Home Area Networks - including the control domain, the transport domain, and the applications environment) -Multiple Services and Service Providers with multiple content streams and formats -Multiple End User Devices and Terminal Equipment connected within the Home Area Network

25 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 25 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 New In-Home Services Home Related Services: Home Appliance Control & Automation (Energy Savings, Lighting, Shutters, Pool control), Remote Management, Entertainment, Healthcare, E- commerce, Security Communications Connected Office: VPN, Video Conferencing, VoIP Remote Control: Remote Managing of Home appliances, Connecting to the home network Content: Music, Video Games, Banking, Billing, Info-channel, TV, Chatting, Video telephony, Video Conferencing, Information Storage, Internet Radio, Messaging…. Mobility: Full collection of music and videos in car, Sync over WLAN, 3G or while parked in your garage. Emergency: Emergency calls from within house/home or even a car, rerouted through Home RG to appropriate call center. Standardized solutions will make it easier for creation and offer of new applications & services like:

26 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 26 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004Requirements Support man-to-man, man-to-machine, machine-to-machine communication modes. Support higher numbers of service users (increased number of users and devices like intelligent house machines, Radio-Frequency ID tags, sensors etc..) Support various types and modes of communication including end-to-end point-to-point and multipoint connections. Support QoS ranging from best effort to priority service for business purposes. Support Safe, Secure and Reliable communication in order to fully protect the Privacy of Users. Support and Promote business opportunities so that anyone can easily set up a new business using the network. Home Residential Gateway should:

27 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 27 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Basic Attributes Reliable end-to-end communications, Simple setup install, configure, maintain and easy operation Most homes do not have access to technical network management services. Home network components need to be offered at consumer price points and capable of distribution through consumer electronics channels. Technologies comprising home networks will be more heterogeneous than typical business LANs Various service creation and new business opportunities Home networks may suffer a greater range and variety of signal impairments than a typical business environment due to the ad hoc nature of the in-home electronic environment.

28 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 28 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Multiple Home Domains

29 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 29 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 House IP back-bone network Local Router 1 Provider 2 Provider 1 Home network4 TV/AV Home network1 Non-IP Operations & Control Network Local Router 2 Home Network Model Provider 3 Residential Gateway Firewall, DRM, Security.... Internet Local Gateway1 Home network2 Home network3

30 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 30 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Content Providers Architecture Gateway End Device Agent End Device Agent Policy Coordination Module Access Provider A Access Provider Z HAN Module Content Providers Connection Module... Connection Module Policy Coordination Module HAN Module RG Coordinates shared access to the Internet for all its End Devices Connection Module NAT QoS Security 1. Might be separate hardware (Hub, bridge, switch, access point) 2. Ties the various home networking media together (Ethernet, IEEE 1394, , HPNA, PLC, Bluetooth, USB, Cable…) 3. Notifies the Policy Coordination Module of pertinent changes. IP Routing Digital Rights Multicast optimization Coordinates changes amongst the other modules, makes appropriate adjustments to other Modules as needed. It handles: xDSL, Cable, BWA, ETTH, FTTH…

31 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 31 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Home RG Stack (example) Interface Ethernet Stack VPN Multimedia Voice Access Network HAN xDSL Cable xTTH Wi-Fi IEEE1394 USB Home PNA Blue Tooth Power Line a/b PPPoE DHCP DNS NAT Bridging FireWall RIP Traffic Prioritization, Class-Based Queuing, RSVP, VPN pass through, RADIUS Authentication, Packet Filtering VPN Security - PPTP; IPSec, L2TP, IKE, Security Library, Hardware Cryptography MPEG2/ MPEG4 over RTP, SDP, RTP, RTCP, RTSP SIP, H.323, Voice over DSL, Voice over Cable Management Programmable APIs WEB Interface Java, HTML… Remote Software Support & Upgrade SNMP Management

32 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 32 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Key Functions Simultaneously connected to multiple and heterogeneous delivery networks Access to content independent of the underlying hardware / transport mechanism Subscription, a commercial relationship between the subscriber and the service provider User Profile that is a set of information necessary to provide a user with a consistent, personalised service environment, irrespective of the users location or the terminal used Nomadicity and Mobility IP multimedia application that handles one or more media streams simultaneously such as audio, video and data. A multimedia application may involve multiple parties, multiple connections, and the addition or deletion of resources within a single IP multimedia session

33 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 33 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 General Model. The Home Residential Gateway Architecture targets at supporting a wide range of services, from legacy telephony to new generation services, such as: audio, data, video broadcast, streaming services, interactive gaming. Functional Architecture Model. A distributed functional architecture to support and control user sessions (identification, authentication), resource allocations, the traffic policing & enforcement, services and applications, between various entities within the home network like (Packets filtering, Packet marking, Resource allocation and Bandwidth reservation, Allocation and translation of IP addresses and port numbers, Throughput limitation, User Authentication, Usage metering… End-to-end Quality of service Service platforms (including APIs) Network Management Security& DRM/CA Key Requirements

34 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 34 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Encompass CPEs Be independent of access technology Accommodate multiple administrative domains Support varying services, such as real-time multimedia communications and VPN The QoS Goals and Functions Support convergence of connectionless and connection-oriented networks and technology Support proactive (admission control) and reactive (congestion control) based mechanisms The QoS architecture should: Enable home networking applications to establish prioritized data transmission among Hosts as well as between the Hosts and the Home Residential Gateway using compliant messaging. Home Residential Gateway device supports a transparent bridging functionality for QoS messaging from/to home compliant applications Ability to assign traffic priorities (differentiated media access) to specific applications Ability to prioritize queuing in the Home Residential Gateway device in conjunction with the packet handling functionality. Home Residential Gateway device supports a transparent bridging functionality for QoS messaging from/to home compliant applications Enable home networking applications to establish prioritized data transmission among Hosts as well as between the Hosts and the Home Residential Gateway. Ability to assign traffic priorities (differentiated media access) to specific applications Ability to prioritize queuing in the Home Residential Gateway device in conjunction with the packet handling functionality.

35 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 35 SMARTHOUSE logo copyright Telemetry Associates Ltd. SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 SmartHouse IT Security Per Kaijser IT Security Independent

36 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 36 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004Scope IT Security Protection of the SmartHouse System and Information - not the SmartHouse itself Similar to the protection of a computer, but Always on line Several services, some safety critical Possibly many types of communications Best practice for SmartHouse system designers

37 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 37 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Aim of IT security Trust in the system Privacy Availability of services Integrity of system and data

38 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 38 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004Threats Active and passive intruders Unauthorized users of system or services Unauthorized access to data in system and communications Privacy System and data integrity violation Denial of service Malicious software (virus) New software, Updates, Downloades, Communications

39 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 39 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Some Other Issues Guidelines for remotely accessible services Limitations on service commands Man-Machine-Interface (MMI) Mistakes must not lead to dangerous situations Digital Rights Management (copyright) A contractual rather than technical issue Technically a content provider issue Users must know their rights and limitations

40 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 40 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Three Security Models Owner Controlled Model (OCM) Fully controlled by user Difficult Externally Supported Model (ESM) Implementations at SmartHouse Security Service Provider Model (SSP) Access SmartHouse via SSP

41 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 41 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Important Security Services Access Control Protection against active and passive intruders Different users have different access rights Confidentiality Protection of communications Auditing Registration of security relevant events Virus protection

42 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 42 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 CoP Recommendations Selection of - Security Services (type and quality), and - Model according to Threats, Needs, Knowledge, and Cost Read and adopt User Security Guidelines Checklist

43 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 43 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Getting Involved in SmartHouse SmartHouse is structured into 10 sections that have significant interactions. Each Section has an active group of experts. (some more active than others). The SmartHouse Code of Practice will be a useful and definitive reference for System Designers and all other stakeholders in the SmartHouse. We want you to get involved and to influence the Code of Practice. You are all registered to take part. Choose your section(s) and contribute. Make sure your sectors views are included. All details are on and follow the SmartHouse link.www.cenelec.org

44 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 44 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 SmartHouse is for now The Code of Practice will need to work with existing equipment yet be able to accommodate with future trends. The SmartHouse must overall be safe and secure The SmartHouse must be reliable It has to meet future challenges.

45 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 45 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Future Trends - Challenges Electronics, pervasive computers, communication without bounds - distributed intelligence Systems, networks, integrity, self healing software (or ….) Entertainment, Media, Content - new paradigms The Home Equipment - what devices will be in the future home User Interfaces - how to talk to the devices, equipment, home Equipment and home management - your peace of mind. Resources and Energy (Kyoto/Malthus) Home working – Where does this take us? Physical Security - Safety, Wellbeing, Health, Accessibility Data Security - Content protection, Privacy, Certification Affects of all this on the consumer

46 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 46 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Systems, networks, integrity, The home and its environment will become a maze of systems and networks. They must interoperate (need for a common architecture) They must work safely together But There are many options There are many potential media There will be greatly increased system variability So We cannot easily ensure integrity, safety or security let alone privacy. There are so many things we can get wrong. We need to develop systems and software that are self healing, self diagnosing and remotely managed. This is what the SmartHouse CoP is about: providing necessary information and highlighting gaps. We are not there yet but

47 System error the house will reboot in 20 seconds Checking the integrity of the security system You have a fault in the security system – House closing down Ring for support services Closing down communication systems Dont panic Dont panic Dont panic Dont panic Dont panic Dont panic

48 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 48 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Thats why we need a CENELEC SmartHouse Code of Practice We should have it in place by August 2005 What for the future?

49 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 49 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 This SmartHouse – The Potential

50 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 50 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Phase III

51 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 51 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Phase III

52 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 52 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 Phase III

53 Unpublished © Telemetry Associates Ltd – SMARTHOUSEII-M4.ppt slide no 53 SMARTHOUSE – Second Open Forum 30/11/2004 CENELEC CODE of PRACTICE Thank you Stephen Pattenden Managing Editor, SmartHouse Code of Practice Telemetry Associates Limited


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