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1. Welcome and Opening Introductions – Scott Burnett (IBM), CHC Chair 2. Review Past Minutes – Scott Burnett 3. CHC Research Update – Greg Walker, CABA.

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1 1. Welcome and Opening Introductions – Scott Burnett (IBM), CHC Chair 2. Review Past Minutes – Scott Burnett 3. CHC Research Update – Greg Walker, CABA Research Director 3.1 Recently Completed CHC research: CABA Monetization of Connected Homes Landmark Research 3.2 CHC Landmark Research for 2014: CABA Connected Consumer Roadmap Landmark Research 3.3 CHC Landmark Research for 2015 (Tentative): CABA Cybersecurity and Connected Homes Landmark Research 3.4 Multi-Client Boutique Research: Update 3.5 CABA e-Store: BSRIA, Compass Intelligence LLC, Navigant Research, Memoori, ON World CABA Connected Home Council Meeting (CHC) Meeting Agenda – Wednesday, April 2, 2014

2 4. CHC White Papers Sub-Committee Update - White Papers Sub-Committee Chair 4.1 Approved Proposals for CHC White Papers 4.2 General Discussion and Call for New White Paper Topics 5. Industry Profile 5.1 All Things Connected: M2M, Internet of Things - Melissa Simpler, AFFINEGY, CHC Vice-Chair 5.2 Home Automation Device Interoperability - Mike Bergman, Consumer Electronics Association 6. New CHC Business – Scott Burnett Potential work and projects that CABA should undertake or forward to the CABA Board of Directors: 7. Next CHC Meeting – Teleconference June / Closing Remarks – Scott Burnett You can view all CHC participants, past minutes, etc. at: council council CABA Connected Home Council Meeting (CHC) Meeting Agenda – Wednesday, April 2, 2014

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4 Michael Bergman Senior Director, Technology & Standards Consumer Electronics Association CE.org CEA IoT / Home Automation Discovery Group

5 Device Control over the Internet APIs – Powerful, flexible – Tools, concepts, structures all specific to the manufacturer… – …so manufacturer must support the app developer Can we reduce the support effort? XML schema – Can accomplish similar same thing(s) as an API – Can be a common framework for most functions – API can be reserved for “extensions” to XML capabilities – Eliminates some manufacturer support time

6 XML Schema Structural layout of an XML document, with its constraints and contents Constraints are grammar, data types, rules E.g., “an element can have only one datatype” Schema sets the rules for passing data to control the device

7 API docs tools Mfg support developer tools API docs Mfg support APP Current Approach APP

8 developer APP tools Mfg support Live link to Model- specific XML XML docs Mfg support Live link to Model- specific XML XML docs Concept Approach

9 The Extents What it is: – For app-device communications (messaging, services) – Suitable for “core” features (mfg may have own “added value” features not exposed to XML) What it is not: – Not for device-device communications – Not to install, configure, bind a device to its native network – Not a replacement for manufacturer’s own app / control methods – Not a security protocol (but compatible with secure systems)

10 Info Types Sample Datatypes: – Device name – Device model#, serial #, and other identifying information – Manufacturer information – Manufacturer Logo – Native network(s) supported (ZigBee, Z-Wave, WiFi, BT, etc.) – Services (on, off, dim, temp setting, etc.) – Ratings (1000 watts…) – Messages, data types, ranges, etc., supported – Native network profiles supported (e.g. ZigBee light switch, Z- Wave thermostat, etc.)

11 Purpose of Discovery Group To bring manufacturers together to review – Concept – Existing work and specs – Opportunities And to decide on “next steps”

12 CEA Technology & Standards Forum May 19-22, 2014 Renaissance Seattle Hotel Early Bird Deadline: Friday, April 25, Standards-Spring-Forum (Or bit.ly/1lytZvz )

13 Agenda (highlights) Monday, May 19, :30 p.m. R6.3 Wireless Power Committee 3:30-5:30 p.m. R6 Portable Handheld & In-Vehicle Electronics Committee Tuesday, May 20, :30 a.m. R4.3 Television Data Systems Subcommittee 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. R4.8 DTV Interface Subcommittee 12:30-2 p.m. Lunch John Simmons, Microsoft, “The Significant Impact of Standards on Both Commercial Web Video and the Web Itself" 2-5 p.m. R4 Video Systems Committee 4-6 p.m. Global Industry Standards Alliance (GISA) 6-8 p.m. Technology & Standards Reception Wednesday, May 21, a.m.-12:30 p.m. TC100 Advisory Group on Strategy (AGS) 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Internet of Things/Home Automation Discovery Group 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. R7 Home Networks Committee 12:30-2 p.m. Lunch Kevin Tillman, CEA Market Research, “Industry Trends” 2-5:30 p.m. TC100 Advisory Group on Strategy (AGS) 2-3:30 p.m. R3 Audio Systems Committee 3:30-5 p.m. Security for Connected Devices Discovery Group 6-8 p.m. Technology & Standards Reception Thursday, May 22, a.m.-12:30 p.m. TC100 Advisory Group on Management (AGM) 2-5:30 p.m. TC100 Advisory Group on Management (AGM)

14 Michael Bergman CE.org

15 Affinegy – CHARIOT™ Charging forward the Internet of Things Era CABA Spring Forum, April 2, 2014 Melissa Simpler, CEO

16 Imagine a day when..

17 Connected Home Life – Mainstream by 2016 Media Management Home Monitoring Home Control Home Security Energy Management Network Management

18 The Mobile Catalyst for Explosive Growth

19 Smart Connectivity = Basic Microcontroller + Bluetooth Wireless + Simple Sensor (temp, vibration, acceleration) Cost of “Smart” Connectivity = $1 by 2020 Source: Gartner Forecast for IoT, Nov 2013

20 Consumers Want “Platform Play”

21 Scalable Assured Secure Smart YOU


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