Presentation on theme: "OneM2M Technical Requirements - Driven by EU BUTLER and IEEE PAC - Group Name: WG1 (REQ) Source: Friedbert Berens, FBConsulting Sarl,"— Presentation transcript:
oneM2M Technical Requirements - Driven by EU BUTLER and IEEE PAC - Group Name: WG1 (REQ) Source: Friedbert Berens, FBConsulting Sarl, Qing Li, Interdigital Communications, Meeting Date: Agenda Item: ??
Overview of EU FP7 IoT Project BUTLER BUTLER: uBiquitous, secUre inTernet-of-things with Location and contExt-awaReness – Started: October 2011 (Duration 3 Years) – Focuses context-awareness and security for IoT to enable smart life. – Objective 1: Improving/creating enabling technologies to implement a well-defined vision of secure, pervasive and context-aware IoT. Where links are inherently secure (from PHY to APP layers) applications cut across different scenarios (Home, Office, Transportation, Health, etc.), and the network reactions to users are adjusted to their needs (learned and monitored in real time). – Objective 2: Integrating/developing a new flexible smartDevice-centric network architecture Where platforms (devices) function according to three well-defined categories: smartObject (sensors, actuators, gateways), smartMobile (user’s personal device) and smartServers (providers of contents and services), interconnected over IPv6. – Objective 3: Building a series of field trials Which progressively integrate and enhance state-of-the-art technologies to showcase BUTLER’s secure, pervasive and context-aware vision of IoT Context Awareness & Positioning Technologies User Identity, Privacy & Security Semantic Awareness & Behaviour Modelling IoT Architecture, Services & Platforms
BUTLER’s Future Vision – Smart Life Local Social Networks Network of Vehicles Network of Devices Extension to Infrastructure
Overview of IEEE (PAC) PAC: Peer-Aware Communications based on the awareness of their proximity for desired services in a distributed infrastructure-less wireless system – Scope: optimized PHY & MAC design to support Peer to Peer (P2P) wireless communication networks Application or context awareness Peer awareness in proximity Self organized and managed Scalability and flexibility Low latency Low power consumption Group communication Privacy and security Reliability
PAC’s Future Vision – Context-aware P2P Comm.
Peer-Aware Communications (PAC) Smart Life in BUTLER BUTLER & PAC – Use Cases Smart Home/Office: Device-to-Device Monitoring and controlling Saving Energy comfortably Interacting with appliances Smart Home/Office: Device-to-Device Monitoring and controlling Saving Energy comfortably Interacting with appliances Shopping/Entertainment Commercial advertisement Personalized or group-based advertisement Split-and-meet Shopping/Entertainment Commercial advertisement Personalized or group-based advertisement Split-and-meet Smart Health: Patient-to-Helper Monitoring health parameters Enhancing social contacts Monitoring activity Smart Health: Patient-to-Helper Monitoring health parameters Enhancing social contacts Monitoring activity Smart Shopping: Store-to-Shopper Smart sales/advertisement Smart cross-referencing Smart carts for self-purchasing Smart Shopping: Store-to-Shopper Smart sales/advertisement Smart cross-referencing Smart carts for self-purchasing Smart Transportation: Car-to-Car Smart navigation Avoiding traffic jams Reporting traffic incidents Smart Transportation: Car-to-Car Smart navigation Avoiding traffic jams Reporting traffic incidents Smart City: Facility-to-Facility Managing parking space Lighting up a city efficiently Charging electric vehicles Smart City: Facility-to-Facility Managing parking space Lighting up a city efficiently Charging electric vehicles Traffic/Transportation Intelligent traffic management Roadside assistant Accident notifications Traffic/Transportation Intelligent traffic management Roadside assistant Accident notifications Safety/Security Hazard notification Public emergency warning Public helps Safety/Security Hazard notification Public emergency warning Public helps Smart Home/Office Personalized device management Smart metering Content sharing Smart Home/Office Personalized device management Smart metering Content sharing Health Peer-aware monitoring/assistance Support and services such as first aid Contacting emergency and doctor Health Peer-aware monitoring/assistance Support and services such as first aid Contacting emergency and doctor PAC as an Enabler to Support Smart Life PAC as an Enabler to Support Smart Life
BUTLER and PAC – Technical Features PAC Features – Fast Neighbor Discovery without Association – Fast Association with Distributed Coordination – Peer to Peer and Infrastructureless Communications – Distributed Group Communications – Pervasive and Ubiquitous Communications without Centralized Coordination – Secure Distributed Communications e.g. Restricted Discovery and Open Discovery – Location-based Proximity Services – Context-aware Cross-Layer Communications Context-aware Service-oriented Peer Information Context-aware Service-oriented Discovery Context-aware Service-oriented Association BUTLER Features
BUTLER and PAC – Deployment PAC helps to support BUTLER more efficiently PAC helps to collect context and behavior information for BUTLER BUTLER facilitates to learn PAC user behavior and context to improve PAC performance including security and privacy BUTLER facilitates to enable smarter PAC applications
oneM2M Technical Requirement Consideration oneM2M service layer should support context information modeling oneM2M service layer should support context management – e.g. context collection, context analysis, context aggregation, context enrichment, etc oneM2M service layer should support context-awareness – Service layer functionalities can be dynamically adapted, re-configured, software-defined, and/or optimized based on context information – Service layer should support cross-layer optimization (i.e. with higher layers and lower layers respectively) oneM2M should support proximity-based P2P communications at service layer – e.g. M2M devices can communicate with each other directly – e.g. M2M gateways can interact with each other directly – e.g. M2M servers can connect to each other directly oneM2M service layer should support, enable, or optimize proximity- based P2P communications at lower layers
TST BUTLER/PAC Components in oneM2M oneM2M Service Layer at Network BUTLER Application BUTLER Application oneM2M Device Application BUTLER Gateway Applications BUTLER Application Network Application (NA) WAN Device Application (DA) PAC Networks M2M Device Application oneM2M Device Applications Legacy Device Complex BUTLER/PAC Device BUTLER Sensor BUTLER/PAC Gateway Context oneM2M Service Layer Context oneM2M Service Layer Context P2P
The BUTLER External Member Group External Member Group (EMG) should extent the reach of the project towards non project members Main goal is – to cover additional vertical use cases in the EMG not available in the project – To add additional technical experience not available in the project – To support for the planned field trials by providing equipment – To support the internal and external discussion on ethical issues driving the security implementation in BUTLER Interdigital Cooperation is one of the members of the EMG and is very actively working together with BUTLER – This presentation is the result of initial EMG discussions and thus not necessarily represent the view of all BUTLER partners 12
13 uBiquitous, secUre inTernet- of-things with Location and contEx-awaReness FP7 call: FP7-ICT Integrated Project October 2011 September M€ 1234 man.months FP7 call: FP7-ICT Integrated Project October 2011 September M€ 1234 man.months The European FP7-Project BUTLER