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1 DOCUMENT #:GSC15-PLEN-59 FOR:Presentation SOURCE:TIA AGENDA ITEM:Plenary 6.12 CONTACT(S):Jeffrey Smith, TIA DEL, Numerex M2M Standards Activities at TIA Jeffrey Smith, Ph. D. Chief Technology Officer, Numerex Corp Chair of TIA TR-50 Smart Device Communications Standards Committee Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) GSC-15

2 Highlight of Current Activities at TIA TR-50 Following presentation by Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) delegation at GSC-14, TIA Engineering Committee on Smart Device Communications was launched in December 2009; Chair and Vice Chair were elected in February 2010 TR-50.1 subcommittee on Requirements and Architecture was subsequently created; Chair and Vice Chair were elected in April TR50.1 project references to date: During Development (i.e., Project Phase) PN – List of Parts PN – Common Terminology PN – Reference Architecture Publication Document Number TIA – List of Parts TIA – Common Terminology TIA – Reference Architecture 2

3 Highlight of Current Activities at TIA TR-50 (contd) As of GSC-15, 5 TR-50 meetings since creation with participants from a wide range of organizations in private sector and government from North America, Europe, China, India and Japan Work to date: review of use cases for related applications and common set of requirements Collaboration with trade organizations and academia, for instance, TR-50 participation at Connected World in June 2010 in Chicago, IL and at the M2M Evolution Conference in October 2010 in Los Angeles, CA and discussions with Georgia Institute of Technology, especially in the area of data security Internal cooperation with other TIA groups: TR-45 (Mobile and Personal Communications Systems Standards), TR-48 (Vehicular Telematics), TR-49 (Healthcare ICT) and Emerging Technologies Subcommittee Liaison with SDOs and such organizations e.g. participation at IEEE workshop at Santa Clara University, CA in September 2010 on Smart Grid, Emerging devices and "the Internet of Things, and, also, at ETSI M2M Workshop in October 2010 in Sophia Antipolis, France Actively involved in Third Generation Partnership Project 2 (3GPP2) Open collaboration through TIA website 3

4 TIA TR-50 Scope (Chair: Jeffrey Smith, Numerex; Vice Chair: Jim Wert, ILS Technology) Engineering Committee TR-50 Smart Device Communications is responsible for the development and maintenance of access agnostic interface standards for the monitoring and bi-directional communication of events and information between smart devices and other devices, applications or networks. TR-50 will develop a Smart Device Communications framework that can operate over different underlying transport networks (wireless, wired, etc.) and can be adapted to a given transport network by means of an adaptation/convergence layer. The TR-50 framework will make its functionality available to applications through a well-defined Application Programming Interface (API) that is agnostic to the vertical application domain (eHealth, Smart Grid, Industrial Automation, etc.)

5 TIA TR-50.1 Scope Requirements and Architecture (Chair: Peter Nurse, Sigma Delta; Vice Chair: Mitch Tseng, Huawei) Requirements shall be agnostic to the application (e.g. eHealth, Smart Grid, Industrial Automation, etc.), but shall reflect the requirements of the applications of interest. Examples of such publications include Use Cases and Stage-1 Descriptions. System architecture shall be agnostic to the application, but shall reflect the requirements of the applications of interest, including their information models. Data models requirements shall be agnostic to the application, but shall reflect the requirements of the applications of interest. In its work, Subcommittee TR-50.1 shall take account of the following: Security (e.g., data content, authentication, signaling); End to End Performance and scalability of equipment and networks; and Device Management (incl. discovery and identity)

6 GSC Mandate Collaborate in planning future standards development to gain synergy and to reduce duplication. Source:

7 M2M is no longer a niche market 2004: Will M2M Survive? in Where is M2M Headed?, M2M Magazine (now Connected World Magazine), Fall 2004, p : The presence of the mainstream cellular communications and IT markets [at Connected World in June 2010 in Chicago, USA] signifies the transition of M2M from a niche and nascent collection of science projects to a fundamental development on the path of cellular/IT market growth and evolution, Sam Lucero, ABI Research, July 13,

8 M2M is becoming mainstream The Connected Planet * The Internet of Things * The Smarter Planet * Smart objects talking to other objects, for the benefit and protection of our quality of Life *SOURCE: Philips for Connected Planet, European Commission for Internet Of Things, IBM for The Smarter Planet, As a result of the growing interest in M2M, there is a lot of standardization activities...

9 Strategic Direction: Avoid Duplication Examples of Current M2M-related Standardization Work (1): 3GPP 3GPP2 TR _ALU__LS 3GPP2 M2M Updates.pptTR _ALU__LS 3GPP2 M2M Updates.ppt CCSAs Ubiquitous Network Technical Committee ETSI General M2M Activities (TC M2M) ETSI and Smart Card Platform work related to M2M EU-funded project CASAGRAS ('Coordination and support action for global RFID-related activities and standardisation') GISFIs Work on Specs for Standardized Framework on Internet of Things (M2M) ITU Mobile Wireless Access Systems for sensors and/or actuators – See e.g., Liaison statement to ITU-R Working parties 1a and 5D,ITU-T JCA-NID, ITU-T SG 16, ITU-T SG 17, and External organizations on Mobile wireless access systems providing telecommunications for a large number of ubiquitous sensors and/or actuators scattered over wide areas in the land mobile service ITU-T Study Group 15 Optical transport networks and access network infrastructures - Open Mobile Alliance Device Management 9

10 Strategic Direction: Avoid Duplication Examples of Current M2M-related Standardization Work (2): GSMA Embedded Mobile Initiative work/mobile_broadband/embedded_mobile/http://www.gsmworld.com/our- work/mobile_broadband/embedded_mobile/ Wi-Fi Alliance certification programs (IEEE ) Bluetooth (IEEE ) https://www.bluetooth.org/apps/content/https://www.bluetooth.org/apps/content/ Zigbee Alliance (IEEE ) M2M-related solutions WIMAX(IEEE ) project planning committee GS1 standardization work IETFs Constrained Restful Environments (core) https://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/core/charter/https://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/core/charter/ Wavenis Open Standard Alliance Work within World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) European Usenet project service-networkshttp://ercim-news.ercim.eu/en76/special/ubiquitous-machine-to-machine- service-networks

11 Strategic Direction: Avoid Duplication Examples of Current M2M-related Standardization Work (3): Transportation space Vehicular Emergency Data Set (VEDS): ISO TC ITS - ERTICO ITS Europe ITU and Standardization Activities for Intelligent Transport Systems t/oth/23/01/T PDFE.pdfhttp://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu- t/oth/23/01/T PDFE.pdf Smart Grid space IEC TC 57 - Communication networks and systems for power utility automation. bin/procgi.pl/www/iecwww.p?wwwlang=E&wwwprog=sea22.p&search=iecnumber&header=IEC&pubno=61850& part=&se=&submit=Submithttp://www.iec.ch/cgi- bin/procgi.pl/www/iecwww.p?wwwlang=E&wwwprog=sea22.p&search=iecnumber&header=IEC&pubno=61850& part=&se=&submit=Submit NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Standards Project ETSI and Smart Grid IEEE Smart Utility Networks (SUN) Healthcare space ISO TC 215 HL7.org Continua Health Alliance ISO/IEEE Personal Health Data (PHD) Standards Home automation space ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 25/WG 1 – Home Electronic System

12 Challenges Develop global coordination and collaboration among the standards organizations to avoid overlaps and any confusion in M2M standardization (risk of fractured ecosystems and disparate interfaces) Ensure standards allow flexibility to support the future array of M2M applications Demonstrate, broadly and clearly, benefits of M2M standardization to all stakeholders 12

13 Next Steps/Actions (1) Explore with GSC PSOs and Observer Organizations the critical importance of: Cooperation and collaboration among Standards Developing Organizations, fora, alliances and other consortia directly or indirectly related to M2M for minimizing, and possibly eliminating, overlapping M2M standardization efforts Establishing processes and structure for exchanging information, monitoring and harmonizing M2M global standardization effort 13

14 Next Steps/Actions (2) Explore with GSC PSOs and possibly other organizations the need and practicality of establishing a GSC- sponsored M2M Standardization Task Force (MSTF) to facilitate global coordination and harmonization Explore with GSC PSOs and possibly other organizations the need and practicality of identifying leadership (or prime responsibility) for well-defined and GSC-accepted critical components and features of the M2M value chain 14 MSTF GSC PSO 1 Other GSC PSOs GSC PSO 2 Other GSC PSOs Etc. M2M Value Chain M2M Standardization Framework

15 Supplementary Slides 15

16 TIA TR-50 Scope (Chair: Jeffrey Smith, Numerex; Vice Chair: Jim Wert, ILS Technology) Engineering Committee TR-50 Smart Device Communications is responsible for the development and maintenance of access agnostic interface standards for the monitoring and bi-directional communication of events and information between smart devices and other devices, applications or networks. These standards development efforts pertain to but are not limited to the functional areas as noted: Requirements; System Architecture; Cross-industry communication; Leverage existing (and future) physical infrastructure; Information models (state diagrams); Security (e.g., data content, mutual authentication); End to End Performance and scalability of equipment and networks; Network Management/Operations; Device Management (incl. discovery and identity); Protocols; Minimum Performance, and Conformance and interoperabilityTesting TR-50 will develop a Smart Device Communications framework that can operate over different underlying transport networks (wireless, wired, etc.) and can be adapted to a given transport network by means of an adaptation/convergence layer. The TR-50 framework will make its functionality available to applications through a well-defined Application Programming Interface (API) that is agnostic to the vertical application domain (eHealth, Smart Grid, Industrial Automation, etc.)

17 TIA TR-50.1 Scope (Chair: Peter Nurse, Sigma Delta; Vice Chair: Mitch Tseng, Huawei) The development and maintenance of publications pertaining to requirements. Such requirements shall be agnostic to the application (e.g. eHealth, Smart Grid, Industrial Automation, etc.), but shall reflect the requirements of the applications of interest. Examples of such publications include Use Cases and Stage-1 Descriptions. The development and maintenance of publications pertaining to system architecture. Such system architecture shall be agnostic to the application, but shall reflect the requirements of the applications of interest, including their information models. Such publications include, for example, description of the functional elements, definitions of relationships between functional elements, definitions of relationships between functional elements and elements external to the system, data flow diagrams, control flow diagrams, and definition of the application program program interface, State Diagrams and Stage-2 Descriptions. The development and maintenance of publications pertaining to data models. Such requirements shall be agnostic to the application, but shall reflect the requirements of the applications of interest. Examples of such publications include Stage-3 Descriptions, XML schema. In its work, Subcommittee TR-50.1 shall take account of the following: Security (e.g., data content, authentication, signaling); End to End Performance and scalability of equipment and networks; and Device Management (incl. discovery and identity)


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