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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0134-00-004q Submission ETRI March 2013 Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission.

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1 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Slide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: Internet of Things (IoT) Applications Date Submitted: 19 March, 2013 Source: Seong-Soon Joo, Jong-Arm Jun, In-Hwan Lee, Cheol-Sig Pyo Company: ETRI Address: 161 Gajeong-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, KOREA Voice: , FAX: , Re: Abstract: The standardization activities on the Internet of Things (IoT) are introduced and the IoT based services are surveyed. Purpose:Response to the IEEE TG4q call for applications Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release:The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P

2 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Slide 2 Internet of Things (IoT) Applications Seong-Soon Joo*, Jong-Arm Jun, In-Hwan Lee, Cheol-Sig Pyo ETRI

3 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Internet of Everything The term Internet of Things was first used by “Kevin Ashton” in 1999 Internet is now in 4 th generation –Objects can be readable, recognizable, locatable, addressable, and controllable via the Internet. 99 percent of things in the physical world are still unconnected –Internet of Things (IoT) is a subset of IoE source: Dr. Emami, “An Application Space for ULP”

4 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Definitions of the IoT ITU-T –A global infrastructure for the information society, enabling advanced services by interconnecting (physical and virtual) things based on, existing and evolving, interoperable information and communication technologies [ITU-T Y.2060] FP7 –A global network infrastructure, linking physical and virtual objects through the exploitation of data capture and communication capabilities [EU FP7 CASAGRAS] IETF –a world-wide network of interconnected objects uniquely addressable, based on standard communication protocols [draft-lee-iot-problem-statement-05.txt] Slide 4

5 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Architecture of the IoT linking physical and virtual things Slide 5 Source: ITU-T Y.2060, 2012

6 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Functional Reference Model of the IoT Source: IoT Forum Bled – Nov Internet of Things European Research Cluster (IERC)

7 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 IoT Applications - IERC (I) Scenario –Smart Street Lighting –Urban Waste Management –Smart Urban Planning and Sustainable Urban Environment –Smart Medication –Ageing Population: Alzheimer’s Disease –Continuous Care –Emergency Response –Intelligent Commuter –Mobile Payment –Smart Logistics –Intelligent Shopping Application –Smart Product Management –Smart Metering and Mobile Application for Smart Meters –Home Automation –Smart Renewable Energy –Smart Events –Smart Orchard Slide 7 source: IoT-I, D2.3: Report on IoT applications of strategic interest, Sep 2012

8 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Top 5 business models –Continuous Care: Health Care enables patients with chronic diseases or elderly people with health impairments to stay in their own home despite their health constraint, –to reduce cumbersome visits to the doctor –to avoid premature relocation to a nursing home. A special device for her home will help her to monitor –her blood-pressure, blood-sugar, etc –and also in case she falls will transmit an alert. –Remote Factory Management: Smart Factory Pressure sensors are located along gas/oil pipelines. Abrupt change of pressure provokes automatic closing of lines. Sensors are placed on each section, depending on the architecture and risk assessment. –Smart Product Management: Retail monitor information –the products: type\variety, state, condition of the storage, expire date, quantity\stock in the line, the changes in the products’ location, time of moves, location, position... –the consumers: profile, time spent in the area or in front of a product, products they are interested in, etc. –infers: the flow of the goods in the section, the efficiency of his marketing strategy in the department, and he learns about the behavior\satisfaction of the consumers according to the supply Slide 8 source: Presser, M. and Krco, S., Ch 7, IoT applications of strategic interest, The Internet of Things, 2012, IERC IoT Applications - IERC (II)

9 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 –Smart Events: Emergency during the Olympic Games, a smoke sensor within the stadium is triggered, and the data is soon confirmed by another sensor in the same area. as soon as the incident location is known, an evacuation of the area is prepared –to do so, the games’ central command needs to immediately modify the transportation routes throughout the area –to both avoid the incident area and to free up capacity to absorb the sudden surge in load on the network (pedestrian, road, underground, rail) –t he central command center invokes the appropriate emergency plan to enforce these changes requests data feeds from the relevant sensor networks to be made available to monitor the effects of the plan in real time –Aging population – Alzheimer’s disease : Health Care enable the monitoring of whereabouts and mental conditions at home and in neighborhood doctor and patient’s children can now monitor remotely and receive a message in case of a problem retain his private and social life Slide 9 IoT Applications - IERC (III) source: Presser, M. and Krco, S., Ch 7, IoT applications of strategic interest, The Internet of Things, 2012, IERC

10 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 IoT Applications - IERC (IV) The application scenarios, although diverse, offer 4 main business model directions: –Cost savings and efficiency (Cheaper) –Service motivation, e.g. environmentally, safety or public relationship motivated investments (Better) –Application economy based on IoT and Open Data (App Economy) –Selling off IoT generated data (Open Data Economy) There are conflicting views across all of the scenarios in terms of the maturity of technology. –The basic communication technologies are available, but de facto and proven standards are not widely used. –The sensing technologies are either expensive, complex or are just plainly not available; or have secondary issues, e.g. mobile sensing increases the battery consumption. Slide 10 source: IoT-I, D2.3: Report on IoT applications of strategic interest, Sep 2012

11 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Miscellaneous Things craziest things connected to the Internet –Julianne Pepitone,, Sep. 18, 2012 – things/index.html –muscle –outlet –light –glove: golf glove –umbrella stand –door lock –pen –scale –T-shirt –shoes –speaker Slide 11 –drone –key: locator, finder –pet: companion, feeder –watch: fuel band, health tracker, body media, sleep –pillow –bicycle: barometer, tire, social –plant –faucet –lamp –utensil

12 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Shoes Talking Shoes –Google’s Art, Copy & Code experiments –artist Zach Liberman from YesYesNo and Studio 5050 –Bluetooth for communicating to smartphone –accelerometer, gyroscope and pressure sensor to monitor current activity levels –translates the wearer’s movements into funny, motivating and timely commentary –The things it says can be posted to Google+ by the user, sent to real-time ad units, and broadcast via onboard speakers. It can talk to the world and to the web. By connecting a pair of sneakers to the web, we’re creating unique opportunities between physical objects and digital ad spaces Slide 12 source:

13 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Key Tag –Cobra Tag –create a two-way separation alarm between smartphone and valuables Bluetooth wireless technology When that connection is broken, both phone and the tag device on your essential start ringing to let you know something is being left behind. In addition to receiving an audible alert, the Cobra Tag app can send a map link to the location where you lost phone or other belongings –2 way finder tap the button on the Cobra Tag to ring your Smartphone if you are looking for your Cobra Tag protected item, use the phone’s application to make the Cobra Tag ring –Cobra Tag Universal works within 30 feet (about 10 meters) of the device with the app installed Slide 13 source:

14 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Bike Social Bike Share System –bikes has a GPS-enabled lock that works with regular bike racks. –book bikes using a web browser, mobile application, or the keypad interface on the bike use their mobile phones to check-out available bikes and unlock them from anywhere (via a keypad and pin code sent from a centralized service) –when finishing the ride, can share your routes and statistics on-board GPS and cellular system keeps track of how long they have been used for and where they have been placed at the end of their journey aggregated data from the system helps identify popular routes and parking locations which will help create a better bike network –Cities can launch a Social Bicycles system for 1/5th the cost of existing solutions Slide 14 source : /

15 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Sticker Stick-N-Find –John Mitts, SSI America –Bluetooth location sticker around the size of a quarter attach to Keys, TV remote, luggage, and other easily misplaced items in your life. –operating range of 100 feet and a replaceable CR2020 watch battery that will last about a year of use (based on 30min. a day use). –come paired with a smart phone app a radar screen that can tell you how far the item is away from you (it does not indicate a specific direction) a "virtual leash" that will send out an alarm if the stickers move more than a predefined distance away from your phone. Slide 15 source :

16 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Lamp Good Night Lamp –a set of connected lamps that you distribute among your friends and family "Connecting to your loved ones around the world at the flick of a switch" If you tap the top of the chimney on the larger lamp the smaller lamps will replicate this action from anywhere else in the world –enabling the lamps to speak to each other remotely using Wi-Fi and Cosm on the backend –how to use Be alerted when your child goes to bed Turn it off on the way home from work so your family knows your on your way If you work with a remote team, you can use it to signal your availability for a conference call Slide 16 source: /

17 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Faucets Intelligent Faucets –Wi-Fi water filtration system –intelligent ecosystem delivering water information and hydration via the cloud “Putting water back in the cloud” –deliver to one’s smartphone a whole host of important information about a user’s water; information including the remaining life of the filter the actual reduction of contaminants in the water the daily rate of water consumption in their household. –With the personalized Hydration Coach App precisely manage all of one’s daily water consumption requirements get information on replenishing the body’s hydration balance. –Even a basic gadget such as a water filter has received the high tech treatment Slide 17 source: /

18 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Pillow Pillow Talk –a product which connects long distance lovers consisting of two wristbands and a smartphone app –it enables couples to connect with each other via their heartbeats. –The wristband picks up the wearer’s heartbeat and transmits it via Bluetooth to the iOS or Android app. –You are connected directly to your partner via the app; you will receive his/her heartbeat, they will receive yours By plugging in your headphones or the pillow speaker (available separately) you can lie in bed and head the realtime heartbeat of your loved one. The result is an intimate interaction between two lovers, regardless of the distance between them. Slide 18 source: /

19 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Utensil Happy Fork –help users lose weight and decrease digestive problems Eating too fast leads to poor digestion and poor weight control –a capacitive sensor and a built-in vibration motor on a fork –send out gentle physical notifications or small indicator light flashes alerts when you are eating too fast –eating data is transmitted via Bluetooth to smartphone and an online tracking dashboard –monitor "fork serving" how long it took to eat your meal. the amount of "fork servings" taken per minute. intervals between "fork servings". –HAPILABS app coaching program to help improve eating behavior Slide 19 source:

20 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 WiFi controlled paper reaDIYmates –Internet connected paper toys –move and play sounds –depending on what’s happening in your digital life When you get an from your mother-in-law, the creature sitting on your desk can run around screaming "oh no!" or play a funereal dirge. If a Facebook friend likes your photo, the paper toy can dance around to a happy beat. –Assemble them easily in 10 minutes, then decide what you want them to do through a simple web interface. Link them to your digital life (Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, RSS feeds, SoundCloud, and more to come) or control them remotely in real time from iPhone. Slide 20 source :

21 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Muscle MyoLink –wireless, wearable open-source EMG / EKG / EEG body monitoring sensors continuously measures muscles, heart, brain –muscles and heart are trying to tell a story translate that story from electricity into information –monitoring paraspinal muscles during bending from waist vs bending from knees while monitoring Lower Thoracic Paraspinal muscle region –uses MyoLink sensors to make an elderly care monitoring system fall detection, cardiac event detection, and muscle atrophy measurement –make an at-home Physical Therapy application to measure range of motion and muscle energy expenditure Slide 21 source:

22 doc.: IEEE q Submission ETRI March 2013 Summary IoT standardization –ITU-T, EU FP7, IETF working on –not in maturity stage still not have consented definition on the IoT not have agreed architectural reference model IoT applications –make conventional industry cheaper, better, more open Transport, Smart Home, Smart City, Environment Smart Factory, Supply Chain, Retail, Agriculture, Energy Emergency, Health Care, Lifestyle, Culture and Tourism –linking physical thing and virtual thing enlarge the horizon of connected things shoes, faucet, pillow, muscle, utensil, … Technology for the IoT based services –for early deployment, typical current technologies are applied –a huge percentage of things are not connected to Internet –for the next phase of the IoT, it will need new technologies disappearing technology short range, low power wireless devices energy harvesting –IEEE q could be an enabler protocol Slide 22

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