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1 Просист - или как да пуснем щорите вкъщи, докато караме BMW на Канарските острови?

2 ProSyst – about the Company
ProSyst is a leading company for end-to-end embedded software and OSGi solutions Founded 1997 in Cologne, Germany Privately owned, profitable OSGi member since its foundation in 1999 120 employees 2

3 History of ProSyst ProSyst´s OSGi implementation mBS was sold over 4,000,000 times Sold J2EE App Server to SAP AG, entirely focused on OSGi, started mBS 1st mass market deployment, 1st big remote management deal with mPRM Founded as Java Middleware Company 1st smart home customer win with mBS OSGi, started mPRM as first enterprise SW using OSGi technology First mobile device project/product deployed with mBS Several smart home project have been awarded from leading service providers in EU, US and Asia Joined OSGi Alliance 3

4 Connected Home Evolution
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5 ProSyst Connected Home Market
Target Customers Service Providers Device OEMs/Manufacturer (gateways, CPEs, STBs.) Prime Integrators, ISVs, SoCs Offerings Products: Gateway middleware and service platforms, Tools & SDKs, Remote Mgmt Software Services: OSGi & Java Consulting, App development, integration and support services 5

6 Our Open Standards Approach
ProSyst is an active member of the following organizations: Open Standards implemented in ProSyst products include: OSGi, TR-069, UPnP, DLNA, OMA-DM, ZigBee, Z-Wave, KNX, etc. 6 6 6

7 OSGi, the Module System for Java
Adds full remote management support incl. dynamic Firmware update, app lifecycle and configuration management, diagnostics, etc. Adds concurrent multi-service execution to devices Fosters development efficiency due to its modular & scalable SOA architecture, standardized APIs, Java language and many off-the-shelf components The ideal choice as a common software platform for distributed target devices and multi-device-vendors with complex software requirements 7

8 Value Proposition of OSGi
Reduce time to market and cut in-life product maintenance cost by adding/updating/removing apps & services to your remote devices at any time Reduce feature bill of material by utilization of hardware for multiple services and apps Enhancing customer care by serving it with high- quality and real-time device data Foster innovation by leveraging – or opening the platform for – 3rd party developers 8

9 OSGi: Enabling the Open Ecosystem
OSGi Benefits: - Standardized programming & deployment model - Existing OSGi tools & SDKs Existing developer community Existing components Existing knowhow Develop ISVs / Developers OSGi Benefits: - Built-in SW lifecycle management capabilities Existing OSGi remote management servers Publish Apps App Store Provide SDK Distribute Consumer Device Search OSGi Benefits: Standardized runtime execution environment (OSGi Framework) Execute 9 9

10 Our role in the OSGi Alliance
ProSyst is a longstanding member of the OSGi Board of Directors and maintains several Chair positions in the OSGi Expert Groups, incl. the Residential EG ProSyst is one of the most active OSGi members since its foundation in 1999 ProSyst has driven the OSGi specs R1-R5 and carried out many reference implementations and test suites 10

11 Ecosystem for Apps & Services
Opens home devices for manageable apps & services from manufacturers & 3rd parties.

12 Home Services & App Examples
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13 Reference Architecture of an Open Platform
12/03/09 13 13

14 ProSyst end-to-end Product Offering
Modular platforms w/ APIs & add. functionality Tools & SDKs Remote Management Server 12/03/09 14

15 Managed Proxy Approach
Update Cloud ProSyst OSGi Smart Home Solution DLNA API UPnP Home Automation Mgr (Scenes, Rules, Conditions) Home Gateway = Managed Proxy Device Update Agent JSON RPC DLNA / UPnP API Home Device Manager (Devices, Zones) Driver Driver Driver Driver Driver Non-IP devices 15

16 Gateway SW: mBS Smart Home
ProSyst own, low-footprint OSGi implementation certified for OSGi release version 4.2 (5.0 in beta stage) Optimized the use in commercial embedded products, e.g. in broadband equipment, modems, routers, gateways, CPEs, STBs, femtocell devices Eclipse based Software Development Kit (SDK) for 3rd party developers to create, test & validate OSGi apps Home network connectivity incl. Z-Wave, ZigBee, UPnP, KNX, X10, WebCams TR-069 based remote management agent, incl. service and application lifecycle management 16 16

17 mBS Smart Home (cont.) Scalable home automation middleware for scripted automation scenarios Integrated web server and web framework for rich web based interfaces Sophisticated resource management support, enhancing runtime robustness and reliability Intelligent, extensible native watchdog agent Ported and optimized for many JVMs and OSs such as Linux, Android, Windows 17 17

18 Tools/SDK: mBS SDK Collection of Eclipse IDE Plugins,
simplifying development of OSGi devices or OSGi contents ProSyst mBS SDK Eclipse Plugins ProSyst mBS, the carrier grade, highly optimized OSGi runtime for embedded devices OSGi Runtime OSGi Validator Tools for validating functional & non-functional conformance of your OSGi platform 18

19 mBS SDK Eclipse Plugins
Plugin group Description mToolkit Includes a collection of convenient tools for deployment and management of OSGi-compliant bundles on OSGi Runtimes straight from within the Eclipse Workbench. mBProfiler Assists developers in improving the efficiency of applications by exploring different aspects of the performance of a Java program, associated with JVM’s consumption of the available platform resources (CPU, memory and threads). System plugins Offers a set of supplementary features assisting developers in constructing applications for concrete images of mBS Runtime 19

20 White Label SDKs ProSyst SDK For OEMs or Carriers planning to open up an OSGi based device to the public developer community Enables the developer community to create OSGi content for a dedicated device Branded and published by OEMs or Carriers Based on ProSyst‘s leading OSGi SDK offering 20

21 Remote Decive Mgmt: mPRM
mPower Remote Manager (mPRM) is a backend management and monitoring system, for various class of devices based on (but not limited) to OSGi (incl. RFC-140 OSGi Residential Management Tree), TR TR-157 (incl. former PD-194) and OMA-DM standards. In short, mPRM is applicable to realize these use cases: • Platform, Application & Service Lifecycle Management • Firmware & File Update • Remote Configuration & Software Provisioning • Remote Diagnostics (life status checks, logging, monitoring) • Remote Security Administration 21 21

22 mPRM (cont.) • enables Mass Management Operations • remote Install, Update, Uninstall, Configuration, Monitoring & Diagnostics – on the fly • provides sophisticated E2E support & QoS • provides a Web based Admin Portal (can be white-labled) • Software Repository - Inventory of device software and configuration settings • advanced Load Balancing (Cluster Support) • full Security (network- level, certificate mgmt, User authentication and authorization, etc.) 22 22

23 mPRM (cont.) mPRM is Open and Easy to Integrate - boosting rapid adoption of new requirements and integration with 3rd party systems. The open design has the following dimensions: • Open for additional (i.e.custom) management protocols • Open for custom business logic extensions hosted on mPRM • Open for integration with other systems through an extensive set of Web Services APIs (Java, RESTful, SOAP or JEE JCA based APIs) • Open for customized management consoles (UIs) 23 23

24 ProSyst Professional Services
Training and Customized OSGi Workshops Technical Consulting for Java and OSGi Customized Development Project Outsourcing Integration, Testing, QA Support All services are carried out by our 120+ inhouse Embedded and OSGi developers, who earn their bread and butter solving concrete business problems with OSGi technology. Our staff didn't learn about the OSGi Specification through books or reading the code: they participated in writing the specifications and wrote the code. They explain not only how OSGi technology works, but the fundamental design principles behind it to help you use it best. 24


26 mBS Smart Home Roadmap mBS SH 7.3 mBS SH 7.1 mBS SH 8.1 mBS SH 8
• new protocol support: wMBUS, DECT • Support for DevStreams (Allows frame monitoring, recording, analysis & play functionality on Bluetooth, Z-Wave, ZigBee, X10, etc.) • New Auto-Configuration of Peripherals • New Updated HDM module • New Updated API for ZigBee mBS SH 7.1 • Bug Fixes & Improvements • Device Abstraction Layer with Home Device Manager and Home Automation Manger • Added Notification Manager and RSS support mBS SH 8.1 • Bug Fixes & Improvements 2010 2011 2012 April 2013 Q2 2014 2014 mBS SH 8 mBS SH 7 mBS SH 7.2 • Full support for OSGi Core Specifications R5, Compendium Specifications R5 & OSGi Service Platform Residential R4.3 • new protocol support: EnOcean • HDM support for: KNX, UPnP, Bluetooth • Bluetooth Healthcare devices support • Creation of Feature Sets based on functionality • Full support for OSGi Core And Compendium R4.2 • Support for Residential Specifications with Home Gateway Admin & Residential Management Tree • Protocol Support Included: ZigBee, ZWave, UPnP, X10, KNX, Cameras • Bug Fixes & Improvements

27 Selected Customer References

28 Leading Silicon runs ProSyst OSGi
OSGi is becoming a requirement of next generation broadband equipment Many of the leading chip vendors have selected to run ProSyst mBS Smart Home OSGi on their chips Demos were shown at Computex 2010, Metering Europe, Electronica and CES 2011, BBWF 2011, CES 2012, CES 2013 Reference Platforms and Commercial turnkey solutions are available 28

29 Plug Computer running ProSyst
Plug Computer / SheevaPlug / GuruPlug Plug computer providing PC-like performance to run network-based services and apps mBS Smart Home is available as optional add-on mBS Smart Home provides a standardized and consistent infrastructure for services and apps mBS Smart Home helps to easily port and integrate existing services and apps 29

30 Plug Computer running ProSyst
Plug Computer , i.e. Ionics Stratus Plug computer providing PC-like performance to run network-based services and apps mBS Smart Home is available as optional add-on mBS Smart Home provides a standardized and consistent infrastructure for services and apps mBS Smart Home helps to easily port and integrate existing services and apps

31 IP Managed Services Home Gateway
TES301 The Cisco® Model TES301 IP Managed Services Home Gateway offers Service Providers the ability to deliver differentiated, revenue generating, managed services to their customers. In addition to offering an advanced set of features to support voice, data, and video services, the TES301 has been developed to enable multiple incremental services such as Home Security and Safety, Home Automation, Smart Metering, and Energy Control. TES301 runs ProSysts’ mBS Smart Home OSGi Service Platform Target scenario 31

32 Cisco Application Extension Platform (AXP)
Based on Cisco AXP / Virtual Linux Environment and Java OSGi R4 add-on for dynamic service management on AXP platform Incorporates ProSyst mBS OSGi Framework as Universal Application Runtime

33 WindRiver Intelligent Device Platform
complete software development environment for jump-starting machine-to- machine (M2M) device development Based on Wind River Linux Incorporates best of bread ISV software like ProSyst mBS OSGi Framework

34 TECOM Cloud Services Gateway
HG8000 Cloud Services Gateway High performance CPU enanbling cloud services apps Dynamic applications running on top of JVM/OSGi Multimedia files exchangeable between devices through built in DLNA server Wireless sensor network for home security and automation by using Zigbee/Z-wave Enabling voice and video services

35 Access Point ZyXEL SHG3305 Access Point ZyXEL SHG3305 Service-layer gateway supports smart home services on top of existing home network OSGi-based platform for applications-on- demand services offered by service providers Embedded Z-Wave function reduces the cost of initial setup Three USB 2.0 hosts for future function extension for ZigBee, Wi-Fi, 3G, and HDD support

36 Residential Services Gateway
CELLPIPE The Alcatel-Lucent Cellpipe Alcatel-Lucent’s approach combines broadband connectivity and processing/storage capacity into a single CellPipe Residential Gateway that supports the industry’s first Residential Gateway Application Module (RGAM). The RGAM is a USB dongle functioning as a mini-PC for processing and storage, including customer experience management software and applications. n and smart energy softwe. CellPipe runs ProSysts’ mBS Smart Home OSGi Service Platform Target scenario 36

37 Home Platform and Apps Ltd. A great example of ‘The Internet of Things’, part of AlertMe exists ‘in the cloud’ and part in the home, creating a secure Home Area Network (HAN) that connects the user to their home, energy and devices, giving real-time visibility and control from anywhere at any time. AlertMe not only brings the benefits of the Smart Grid into the home, but is also the gateway for a whole host of new Smart Home apps and services. AlertMe Hub and Back End run ProSyst mBS OSGi technology and mPRM 37

38 Home Automation on a Mac
ClareControls, Inc. The first home automation system managed from the cloud and run on a Mac. The ClareHome Controller is powered by the ClareOS and provides all device management services to AppModules, provides all user interface services and acts as the gateway to ClareCloud for ClareHome, ClareAssure, ClareVision run ProSyst mBS Smart Home and mPRM.system updates. 38

39 Additional Apps in ProSyst Ecosystem

40 Sumitomo Home Gateway Service gateway “MR510x series”
Sumitomo MR510x QIVICON box Service gateway “MR510x series” Device for large Service Provider shipments based on OSGi / ProSyst mBS Smart Home

41 Deutsche Telekom QIVICON
DTAG QIVICON Announced at IFA 2011, commercial market launch in late 2013 DTAG and leading partner´s connected home platform ProSyst mBS Smart Home and ProSyst management software mPRM is used More information at

42 E-Energy / Smart Grid Project
Joint Project with RWE, Siemens, Miele, etc. Part of research program "E-Energy: IKT- based energy system of the future" by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology in Germany Development and demonstration of locally networked energy systems to the E- Energy marketplace of the future Develops and tests new approaches to optimizing energy supplies through the use of modern information and communication technologies (IKT) 42

43 TouchPanel powered by mBS OSGi
Busch Jaeger (ABB Group) - ComfortTouch The Busch-ComfortTouch combines the functions of a house control, a home infotainment centre and entertainment centre in one attractive masterpiece With the Busch-ComfortTouch, you can operate or dim the lights, control your blinds, regulate the room temperature, play MP3 or video files, access , surf the web or set the wake up alarm – everything even by remote control Busch-ComfortTouch runs ProSyst mBS OSGi technology See Product Video here 43

44 Miele is now Smart Grid Ready
Miele – gateway runs ProSyst mBS OSGi, device management via ProSyst mPRM Smart grid enabled domestic appliances from Miele can be set to run when electricity rates are cheapest. Smart Start is activated by the user via the machine display. 44

45 Automatization network
Home Surveillance Service Automatization network Telefonica - ADSL Surveillance Service Surveillance service for customer’s premises, houses, residences, etc. Telefonica Videosupervision Service and all connected devices including web cameras are remotely managed and controlled by ProSyst mPRM Server solution. 45

46 Building Automation Solution
Berker (RaumComputer) - Building Automation RaumComputer’s Embedded PC “RC-BOS” runs the ProSyst mBS OSGi Enables Building Automation and Facility Management Control thousands of temperature sensors, light units, light switches, sun-blind motors, alarm contacts Enabling intervention over several interfaces such as PC, Touch-Screen, PDA or Ciscos’ IP-Phone Embedded PC “RC-BOS“ “Köln-Triangle“ Tower, Cologne 46

47 Bombardier Mitrac 3000 System for Locomotives
Bombardier Mitrac 3000: Crossing borders with flexibility Running ProSyst mBedded Server to create modular design for a wide application spectrum Optimized life cycle costs High reliability and security High-power output for high-speed Multisystem capability Easy maintenance shipping prod uct

48 Federal APD Parking Solution
shipping prod uct ProSyst mBedded Server OSGi Framework running in parking lanes and gates Fully integrated Airport Parking and Revenue Control System Encompasses parking equipment, data processing, central control monitoring and billing An interconnecting communication subsystem incl. E-Z pass interface and license plate recognition covering all central parking lanes First deployment: Dallas Fort Worth Int. Airport Next: JFK, Newark, LaGuardia

49 TOPIQ Fleet Management for Trucks
Running ProSyst mBedded Server - open and stable sytem for fleet management Powerful basic functions High reliability and security Remote monitoring Remote upgrading of system software More than 7,000 trucks equipped with TOPIQ are on the road shipping prod uct

50 Continental (Siemens VDO)
Using ProSyst JProfiler during development of OnBoard Units for various car manufacturers Analyze Source Code, remote profiling, memory profiling, CPU profiling Visual representation for VM load or each object of bytes, instances, threads, classes, Garbage Collector activity shipping prod uct

51 Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Project (USDOT)
Reducing the number and severity of incidents and reducing traffic congestion are two priorities of the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) and car makers. Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) will allow vehicles to communicate with a roadside-infrastructure, as well as with each other. The communication capability, in combination with a nationwide data collection and processing network, will enable significant improvements to safety, mobility and productivity/convenience. Subsidy amount: US$ 56 Million Some participants/partners:

52 Additional Research Projects

53 Why ProSyst OSGi Market Leadership: For more than a decade ProSyst OSGi is used in CPEs, STBs, Routers, Gateways, Energy Gateways, Control Panels, Mobile Devices, Cars, Trains, Trucks, Healthcare Devices, etc. ProSyst´s OSGi implementation is optimized for resource-constrained embedded devices: it is faster, smaller and more reliable ProSyst offers the most complete solution with additional unique features such as Resource Mgmt, additional Security, etc. 53

54 Why ProSyst OSGi (cont.)
ProSyst's field proven OSGi implementation has been sold milion times License cost are reasonable, so TCO is lower than developing an own implementation or adjusting and maintaining an Open Source Implementation ProSyst's OSGi comes with 2 years Warranty, Indemnification, Liability ProSyst´s OSGi is backed by a responsive Professional Customer Service team supporting you in the development and deployment phase 54

55 Какви служители търсим?
Open Positions? Software Engineers Software Quality Assurance (QA) Engineers Technical Writers Project Managers Software Architects Internships: Software Engineer – Java Java Quality Assurance (QA)

56 Какви служители търсим?
Why for work for us? Work in an well established and growing international company Work on projects with some of the world’s leading brands Open and friendly working atmosphere Very competitive remuneration package based on performance Ability to participate in the development of the next generation Java and OSGi standards

57 Thank You! Please feel free to contact us at any time!
Dr. Pavlin Dobrev Research and Development Manager, ProSyst Labs

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