Presentation on theme: "Copyright 2003 The ZigBee Alliance, Inc. Submission Title: [Profile Architecture WG for Open House presentation] Date Submitted: [3rd June 2003] Source:"— Presentation transcript:
Copyright 2003 The ZigBee Alliance, Inc. Submission Title: [Profile Architecture WG for Open House presentation] Date Submitted: [3rd June 2003] Source: [Nick Shepherd] Company [Philips] Address [Cross Oak Lane, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 5HA, UK] Voice:[+44 1293 815 057], FAX: [+44 1293 815 050], E-Mail:[firstname.lastname@example.org] Re: [Open House] Abstract:[Profile Architecture WG for Open House presentation] Purpose:[Overview of Profiles Framework] Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the ZigBee Alliance. It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release: The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution will be posted in the member area of the ZigBee web site.
Copyright 2003 The ZigBee Alliance, Inc. ZigBee Open House Berlin, 3rd June 2003 Nick Shepherd, Philips Profiles Architecture WG
Copyright 2003 The ZigBee Alliance, Inc. Applications and Profiles At the top of the stack, we find the Applications Applications are divided into specific areas,or Profiles –Building Automation inc Lighting Includes commercial Lighting, HVAC –Residential and Light Commercial –Industrial Control –Remote Control / Consumer Electronics Profiles define specific application devices –The devices themselves –Interaction and behaviour BA Profiles ResiHVACIC
Copyright 2003 The ZigBee Alliance, Inc. Profiles Architecture WG The top of the Network / Security / 15.4 stack is an empty frame –Includes addressing to a 15.4 node The Profiles Architecture WG defines the infrastructure on top of the services provided by the ZigBee stack to provide a common device model and command set This interface is defined in the General Operational Framework, or “GOF”
Copyright 2003 The ZigBee Alliance, Inc. General Operational Framework The GOF currently covers: –Sub-addressing and addressing modes –Object Model –Device Description Type of device, power source, sleep modes, coordinator, etc –Commands Set/Get, Method, Event, Transparent and their Responses –Data formats including linear, exponential, relative time, string –Application level Error signalling and handling Actual details provided by the individual Profile Actual application profiles are defined in the individual profiles WGs –eg the Building Automation WG
Copyright 2003 The ZigBee Alliance, Inc. Goals for this meeting Finalise details of the XML format Device Description and Binding mechanisms –Including how to identify common services between devices with different capabilities Requirements for gateways to other systems Template and processes for writing device profiles