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1 European Commission Initiatives … on RFID and the Internet of Things Dr Florent Frederix Head of Sector RFID European Commission ETSI Workshop on RFID and The Internet Of Things, 3rd and 4th December 2007

2 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Content The Cluster of European RFID projects (CERP) RFID standards mandate RFID policy actions RFID and international cooperation

3 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December The cluster of RFID projects Running projects addresssing RFID applications (1/2007) AMI-4-SME ATB Bremen STREP CoBIs SAP STREP DYNAMITE VTT STREP CE-RFID Metro CA CONCLORE BIBA STREP BRIDGE GS1 IP SMMART TURBOMECA IP MinAMi STMicroelectronics IP PABADISPROMISE Uni Magdeburg STREP Indisputable Key Sveriges Provnings IP StoLPaN Motorola STREP PROMISE Sintef IP STOP SAP STREP TraSer MTA Sztaki STREP PRIME IBM IP SMART Intrasoft STREP POLYAPPLY STMicroelectronics IP OpTag Innovision STREP Traceability of livestock JRC EMF-NET Philips STREP U-2010 Uni Luxembourg IP Security Business environments Technology Health Coordination Product Life-cycle CERP

4 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Description of CERP Projects (1) AMI-4-SMEAmbient Intelligence Technology for Systemic Innovation in Manufacturing SMEs Improving business processes especially of SMEs based on ambient intelligence ideas BRIDGEBuilding Radio Frequency Identification in the Global Environment Developing and implementing tools to enable the deployment of EPCglobal applications in Europe CE-RFIDCoordinating European Efforts for Promoting the European Value Chain Aims at improving the conditions of competition for RFID technology and its further development in Europe and at reinforcing the political environment of RFID at European level CoBIsCollaborative Business Items Closing the gap between networked embedded systems technologies and their application in large-scale business processes and enterprise systems (Oil and Gas Industry) DynamiteDynamic Decisions in Maintenance Setting up an infrastructure for global e-maintenance to allow mobile monitoring of machinery and processes (Industrial Machinery Maintenance) Indisputable Key Developing a methodology and advanced technologies that improve the use of wood and that optimize forest production through the chain of transformation, minimizing environmental impacts (Forrest Industry) PRIMEPrivacy and Identity Management for Europe Project validating scientific and research results, aiming at developing a prototype of a privacy-enhancing Identity Management System to foster market adoption, solutions for managing identities will be demonstrated in real-world scenarios CERP

5 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Description of CERP Projects (2) PROMISEProduct orientated manufacturing systems including RFID technology Development of applications to improve life-cycle management of products to allow tracking and tracing and to improve production, management and monitoring systems SMARTIntelligent Integration of Supply Chain Processes and Consumer Services based on Unique Product Identification in a Networked Business Environment Use of a distributed software-architecture and innovative electronic services, capitalizing on existing infrastructures and standards, to allow real time information sharing among supply chain partners as well as information services to customers SMMARTSystem for Mobile Maintanance Accessible in Real Time Concept to answer the maintenance challenges of the transport industry (aeronautics, road transport, marine transport) by providing up-to-date information to assist the mobile workers in all their tasks wherever they operate StoLPaNStore Logistics and Payment with NFC StoLPaN examines the potential for bringing together the new kind of local wireless interface, NFC and mobile communication (Retail, E-Cash, Access, Ticketing) SToPStop tampering of products Solutions for the authentication of products based on RFID and related ambient intelligence technologies TraSer Open source project developing, testing, and documenting innovative open-source tracing and tracking solutions for products and product data of companies in changing networks CERP

6 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Description of 2008 CERP Projects ASPIREAdvanced Sensors and lightweight Programmable middleware for Innovative Rfid Enterprise applications Innovative, programmable, royalty-free, lightweight and privacy friendly middleware. GRIFSGlobal RFID Interoperability Forum for Standards Support action for global RFID-related standardisation activities, involving in particular organisations from Europe, China, Japan, Korea and USA. Objective of the project is to maximize the consistency of global standards. CASAGRASSupport action for global RFID related activities and standardisation CASAGRAS aim is to provide a standards and regulatory framework to assist in business and enterprise development where attention of RFID from an international standpoint is required. CuteloopCustomers in the loop isurfAn Interoperability Service Utility for Collaborative Supply Chain Planning across Multiple Domains Supported by RFID Devices CERP

7 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December RFID standards mandate Why do we need standards and interoperability? What can be the topic of a mandate? Identifiers Applications Privacy enhancing technology Frequency spectrum The global picture The RFID standards mandate STANDARDS

8 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Interoperability and standards, why? Closed vs. open systems Up to now, RFID usage has been confined to close system usage Expected potential can only be realised in an open system approach Role of the Commission Stimulate/support global harmonisation of RFID standards Contribute to set RFID standards Role of Industry Actively participate in global standardisation activities STANDARDS

9 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Interoperability and standards Unique identifiers EPC - Global ITU ? Open systems U-code, …. Open standards - Application domains ? Transport Pharmaceutical Financial …. STANDARDS

10 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Privacy: Dangerous deployment scenario? Will privacy laws stop the RFID 'big brother' effect? Privacy ? STANDARDS

11 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Build in privacy compliance Define minimal level of needed PET Invest in new secure technologies Define certification and/or security seal 2. EUs legal framework The Data Privacy and ePrivacy directive Reports of Working Party Enforce legal framework Privacy: A save deployment scenario? Will privacy laws stop the RFID 'big brother' effect? STANDARDS

12 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Spectrum allocation Reallocating spectrum is a long process Consensus exists in Europe to promote a globally harmonised spectrum EC decision on UHF spectrum harmonisation meets todays requirements Sufficient for initial RFID deployment Future adoption Longer term spectrum requirements have to be explored now Industry offered already their help for the analysis Frequency spectrum STANDARDS

13 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Ubiquitous SD MMC E-Tower Game Machine Telephone PC DVD Audio TV STB DVC Map Information IC Card SD MMC SD MMC SIM Digital contents Intranet Information Personal Information Car/RailwayMobile Office/Factory HomeOutdoor Street/Shop Public expectation The global picture STANDARDS

14 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December RFID standards mandate Contact: Antonio Conte – DG ENTR STANDARDS

15 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December RFID policy: Need for Legal Certainty Data protection, privacy and security Data protection, privacy and security Guidance on practical implementation of RFID under existing legal framework Governance of resources Governance of resources Model of an information retrieval network for RFID tags in the emerging Internet of Things Radio spectrum Radio spectrum Short-term and longer-term spectrum requirements Standards Standards Working towards international standards Working towards European standards Environment and health Environment and health Raising public awareness of existing legal framework POLICY

16 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Actions at European Level: A threefold strategy Technology development ICT-FP7 (RFID in 4 challenges out of 7) Cluster of European Research Projects (CERP) Awareness and multi-stakeholder debate RFID Expert Group: from June 2007 to March 2009 Regulatory measures Self-regulation Codes of conduct and exchange of best practices on data security and privacy aspects of various RFID applications Legislation Recommendation to public authorities (2007) Input from RFID Expert Group, Art. 29 WP, other initiatives Further possible legislative steps (after 2008)? POLICY

17 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Key Milestones 28 June 2007 Establishment of RFID Expert (Stakeholder) Group Balanced representation of all relevant interests May 2008 Recommendation Principles that public authorities and other stakeholders should apply wrt RFID usage Amendment of ePrivacy Directive Add appropriate provisions wrt RFID By end of 2008 Communication about the future embedded, networked RFIDs (Internet of Things) Particular attention to security, privacy, trust, governance Assessment of policy options, incl. legislation 2006 – 2008 International dialogue USA, Japan, China, Korea, Russia… POLICY

18 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December EU Institutional Roadmap European Parliament Participation of MEPs in RFID Events STOA Experience Exhibition, Strasbourg, May (http://www.europarl.europa.eu/stoa/events/workshop/2007_experience/default_en.htm)http://www.europarl.europa.eu/stoa/events/workshop/2007_experience/default_en.htm German European Policy Outlook RFID document Council of the EU Competitiveness Council November TTE Council, November Portuguese Presidency of the EU Conference RFID: The next step to the Internet of Things, Lisbon, November (http://www.rfid-outlook.pt/)http://www.rfid-outlook.pt/ European Economic & Social Committee Exploratory Opinion adopted on 11 July POLICY

19 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December Data protection and security recommendation roadmap Dec 07 Jan 08 Fev 08 Mar 08 Apr 08 May 08 Public Consultation Impact Assessment Inter-Service Consultation Adoption POLICY

20 RFID and The Internet Of Things, ETSI, December RFID and international cooperation RFID EU-US lighthouse project Action plan endorsed by US federal government & EU Commission Governmental dialogue China (2005) Japan (2006) South Korea (2007) FP7 thematic networks GRIFS: GS1 / ETSI / CEN ASIA, EUROPE, US CASAGRAS: AIM UK / Univ of Tokyo / U-it (Seoul) / Univ of London / NRC (US) Awareness raising

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