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ETSI TC Machine to Machine Where Smart Grids meet M2M Omar Elloumi, Susana Sabater, David Boswarthick ETSI M2M June14th 2010.

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1 ETSI TC Machine to Machine Where Smart Grids meet M2M Omar Elloumi, Susana Sabater, David Boswarthick ETSI M2M June14th 2010

2 ETSI TC Machine to Machine Introduction to the TC June14th 2010

3 3 TC M2M in ETSI ETSI TC M2M: ETSI Technical Committee focused on M2M systems Established January 2009, after 8 months preparation 10 plenaries and 1 ad-hoc physical meeting held, other 3-4 physical meeting before end of the year Very frequent rapporteurs conference calls to progress work Constantly increasing participation and interest on list Europe, USA, China, Korea and Japan companies represented Open approach, drafts on the open site of the ETSI server

4 M2M technical solutions are highly fragmented and usually dedicated to a single application (e.g. fleet management, meter reading) Multitude of technical solutions and dispersed standardization activities result in a fragmentation and dispersed development of the M2M market Standardization is a key enabler to remove the technical barriers and ensure interoperable M2M services and networks Multi application and multi technology M2M system is envisage 4 The ETSI M2M Challenge

5 existing proprietary vertical applications… Inverting the pipes 5 Converged Network (IP+mobile infrastructure) M2M Device Network Infrastructure Application Infrastructure Business Application1 M2M Device# # Business Application2 Business ApplicationN Gateways/ Concentrators Source: HP applications share common infrastructure and networks Laying the foundation for user centric and mass market deployments

6 Work Methodology, a stepwise approach TR Smart Metering TS M2M Service Requirements TR eHealth TR M2M Definitions TR City automation TR Automotive Use Case Technical Reports TS M2M Functional Architecture Stage 3 Technical Specifications TR Connected consumer 6 TR delivery of M/441 work TS M2MCommunications; mIa, dIa and mId interfaces

7 Simple M2M Architecture 7 M2M Gateway Client Application M2M Application M2M Area Network Service Capabilities M2M Core 7

8 8 M2M high level system overview M2M Application M2M Service Capabilities Core network Access Network M2M Gateway M2M Area Network M2M Core Network Mgmt Functions M2M Mgmt Functions M2M Applications Service Capabilities M2M Device M2M Applications Service Capabilities Device M2M Device Domain based on existing standards and technologies, e.g. DLMS, CEN. CENELEC, PLT, Zigbee, M-Bus, KNX, etc User Interface to Application e.g. Web portal Interface (usage monitoring, user preferences…) Network and Applications domain based on existing standards 3GPP, TISPAN, IETF… Device

9 9 M2M Service Capabilities functional architecture framework Progressing Stage 3 work To Other capabilities in other networks (For Further Study) M2M Service Capabilities Interfaces towards resources in Core Networks (based on existing Interfaces: e.g. 3GPP, ETSI TISPAN) M2M Application is owned/run by the M2M Service provider (may be the operator) Core Network A Core Network B mIa Routing mId Stage 3 for M2M R1 M2M Device/M2M Gateway Communication modules M2M Capabilities dIa M2M Application SC1 SC2 SC3 SC4 SC5 SC8 SC7 SC6

10 Glossary of M2M Capabilities Application Enablement (xAE), Generic Communication (xGC), Reachability, Addressing and Repository (xRAR), Communication Selection (xCS), Remote Entity Management (xREM), SECurity (xSEC), History and Data Retention (xHDR), Transaction Management (xTM), Compensation Broker (xCB), Telco Operator Exposure (xTOE), Interworking Proxy (xIP) 10 where x is: N for Network, G for Gateway. D for Device

11 ETSI TC M2M Release 1 Plan 11 Requirements document stable content wise, remaining some editorial work Stage 2 (architecture) July Stage 1 (requirements) Jan Architecture: Key capability identified Message flows documented Identified key interfaces for release 1 stage 3 Protocols: New WI agreed to the last meeting to progress stage 3 work for 3 interfaces: mId, dIa and mIa Stage 3 (protocols) December

12 M2M System Architecture and a Multitude of Standards, Focus on Energy 12 M2M Gateway Client Application M2M Application M2M Area Network Service Capabilities M2M Core ZigBee Alliance. ZB Application Profiles 3GPP SA1, SA3,,… IETF 6LowPAN Phy-Mac Over IPV6 GSMA SCAG,… IETF ROLL Routing over Low Power Lossy Networks CENELEC Smart Metering CEN Smart Metering TC294 IEEE ESMIG Metering Wavenis Alliance KNX HGI Home Gateway Initiative W-MBUS ETSI TISPAN ETSI PLT ETSI ERM ETSI SCP ETSI M2M DLMS UA TC13, TC205 BBF

13 Where Smart Grids meet M2M

14 Source: US DoE 14

15 Where Smart Grids meet M2M Smart grids needs a reliable and gridwide monitoring infrastructure Most utilities don't know that users have lost power until customers pick up the phone and call them WASA: Monitoring and display of power-system components and performance across interconnections and over large geographic areas in near real time, to anticipate, prevent, or respond to problems before disruptions can arise. M2M is about managing a large number of sensor and M2M devices (data collection, communication mediation, lifecycle management, etc. 15

16 SMART GRIDS BUILDING BLOCKS From an ICT Perspective Grid Comm Mgmnt Connectivity Smart Everything Latency & availability requirements Energy Plane

17 M2M Application M2M Service Capabilities Core network Access Network Network Mgmt Functions M2M Gateway M2M Area Network M2M Core M2M Mgmt Functions M2M Applications Service Capabilities M2M Device M2M Applications Service Capabilities Device Plug and play and remote configuration of devices Device management (sensors, meters…) Fault management Performance management High security and availability Multiple accesses and connectivity options Flexible business models (including charging, multitenant) Communication with sleeping devices Data aggregation, storage and retention Name to address mapping Service creation and optimized application development and deployment Telecom services exposure (location, messaging, emergency/safety) Common Information models Transaction and Compensation Grid Comm Mgmnt 17 Managing Grids Communication

18 M2M Application M2M Service Capabilities Core network Access Network Network Mgmt Functions M2M Gateway M2M Area Network M2M Core M2M Mgmt Functions M2M Applications Service Capabilities M2M Device M2M Applications Service Capabilities Device Smart Everything Allow aggregation, interworking and interconnection Permits Local automation processes resulting from collection and treatment of information from various sources Service creation and optimized application development and deployment Use of Service capabilities locally and/or remotely (security, data aggregation, fault management, performance management...) 18 Smartening Devices

19 M2M Application M2M Service Capabilities Core network Access Network Network Mgmt Functions M2M Gateway M2M Area Network M2M Core M2M Mgmt Functions M2M Applications Service Capabilities M2M Device M2M Applications Service Capabilities Device IP connectivity with grid wide coverage Connectivity 19 Connectivity for Grids Communication

20 Where Smart Grids meet M2M Smart grids are about Service platforms and applications using service enablers: Energy markets applications Demand response Micro-grids/distributed generation Intelligent street lighting Sub metering of tenants Vehicle to grid /grid to vehicle Storage/distribution of renewables (wind, fuel cells, solar) Fault prediction/outage prevention Automatic demand response Other future applications… that we dont even know of today (including blended applications) Dynami c DR Dynami c pricing services MBCx for the grid Hybrid/EV participation in real-time markets Web or kiosk- based displays Sub metering of tenants Smart appliances Outage detection Premium power services MBCx for other customer types 20

21 Smart Grid Applications M2M Service Capabilities Core network Access Network Network Mgmt Functions M2M Gateway M2M Area Network M2M Core M2M Mgmt Functions M2M Applications Service Capabilities M2M Device M2M Applications Service Capabilities Device Demand/Response Street lighting Energy Market Applications Measurement based commisioning Blended Applications Vehicle to Grid/Grid to Vehicle Submetering of tenants Fault prediction/Outage prevention … 21 SMART GRIDS using service enablers

22 Relationship to Smart Metering, TC M2M involvement Smart Metering

23 Smart Metering is one of the pillars for SG, but there are other pillars Smart Metering: flexible demand management Use smart metering to improve customers awareness: Show customers their energy consumption patterns Use flexible tariffs to motivate users to spread their non-essential load Use smart metering to control customers non-essential load: Control the non-essential load to fit the overall generation profile Turn appliances on/off/up/down Use smart metering intelligence to Control directly from the meter Allow intelligent, pre-arranged decisions by communicating tariff changes An application of M2M Smart Grids: flexible power management Addresses the whole power value-chain 23 Source: P. Nabuurs, KEMA, presentation at CEER Workshop on Smart Grids 29th June 2009

24 24 M/441 Co-ordination Structure (level 2) Accepted mandate and responsible for standards CEN TC294 CLC TC13 CLC TC205 ETSI M2M Smart Metering Standard-making SM-CG acts as advisory group to the ESOs Helps coordinate standardisation activities Management / Organisation Standard making Working Groups Participating TCs CLC TC205 Participating TCs CEN TC294 CLC TC13 ETSI M2M

25 ETSIs involvement 25 Standard making Working Groups Participating TCs CLC TC205 Participating TCs CEN TC294 CLC TC13 ETSI M2M Home AutomationNon Electricity MetersElectricity Meters… M2M ERM TISPAN WG5 PLT SCP 3GPP ATTM

26 Conclusions

27 27 Many building blocks of the M2M architecture provide a perfect fit for SG Many building blocks of the M2M architecture provide a perfect fit for SG ETSI M2M experts are actively involved in EC TFs working on the mandate (input already considered) ETSI M2M experts are actively involved in EC TFs working on the mandate (input already considered) Conclusions and Next Steps Gap analysis, feasibility study, Opening work items Next steps EC Mandate SG and M2M Smart Grid will have ICT components and parts of that will need to be standardized in ETSI SG and ICT


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