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1 M2M standardization in ITU-T and its perspective
ITU Workshop on “Standardization on IMT, M2M, IoT, Cloud Computing and SDN” (Algiers, Algeria, 8 September 2013) M2M standardization in ITU-T and its perspective Hyoung Jun Kim, Chair of WP3 in ITU-T SG13 Vice-chair of FG on M2M in ITU-T SG11 Algiers, Algeria, 8 September 2013

2 M2M/IoT Definitions IoT IoT M2M (service layer) MTC M2M M2M IoT
A global network infrastructure, linking physical and virtual objects through the exploitation of data capture and communication capabilities [EU FP7 CASAGRAS] IoT A global infrastructure for the information society, enabling advanced services by interconnecting (physical and virtual) things based on, existing and evolving, interoperable information and communication technologies [ITU-T Y.2060] M2M (service layer) Considered as a key enabler for IoT MTC A form of data communication which involves one or more entities that do not necessarily need human interaction M2M Communication between two or more entities that do not necessarily need any direct human intervention M2M Information exchange between a Subscriber station and a Server in the core network (through a base station) or between Subscriber station, which may be carried out without any human interaction [IEEE p] IoT a world-wide network of interconnected objects uniquely addressable, based on standard communication protocols [draft-lee-iot-problem-statement-05.txt]

3 M2M/IoT-related entities in ITU-T
Joint Coordination Activity on Internet of Things ( ~) 30 participating entities: All ITU-T SGs, ITU-R WP1A, WP1B, WP5A, ISO TC 122, 204, ISO/IEC JTC 1 SC 6, 31, WG 7, ETSI, CEN, OMA, GS1/EPC global, YRP, ECMA, GSIFI, TIA, GSM MSTF, OGC Working deliverable: IoT Standards Roadmap IoT Standards Roadmap On-going and published work on IoT in other SDOs and ITU Open to public (free download) IoT work plan On-going and planed work on IoT within ITU-T Internet of Things Global Standards Initiative ( ~) Core Questions: Q1/3, Q12/11, Q3/13, Q4/13, Q5/13, Q7/13, Q12/13, Q16/13, Q25/13, Q21/16, Q22/16, Q25/16, Q6/17 Additional Questions: 16 Qs Focus Group on M2M service layer ( ~ )

4 Focus Group on M2M Service Layer (1/2)
Many industries have been addressing M2M solutions and applications frequently requiring custom hardware/software, typically resulting in long time-to-market, high development costs and high operational expenses (work duplication, industry fragmentation) FG M2M was established in 2012 with the key goal of study on requirements and specifications for a common M2M Service Layer: Cost-efficient platform Across IoT vertical markets [M2M technologies as a key enabler of the IoT] Multi-vendor environment

5 Focus Group on M2M Service Layer (2/2)
FG M2M initial focus: e-health FG M2M aims at including vertical market stakeholders not part of traditional ITU-T membership, such as World Health Organization (WHO) and e-health professionals, and at collaborating with M2M and e-health communities (research, academies, SDOs, fora, consortia) Liaisons have been activated with M2M and e-health standardization efforts

6 FG M2M meeting plan Last meeting Planned meetings
16-19 July 2013, Bordeaux, France (hosted by e-Device) Planned meetings 3, 4 and 5 September 2013, e-meeting 8-11 October 2013, Jeju, Korea 3-6 December 2013, London, UK

7 FG M2M work program and structure (1/2)
Cross-working groups E-health basic concepts , definitions, terminology, taxonomies M2M enabled E-health ecosystem aspects and business models M2M enabled E-health standardization activities and gap analysis WG1: Use cases and service models Use cases and Service Models WG2: Requirements and architectural framework of the M2M Service Layer Preliminary understanding of M2M reference model and M2M Service Layer Service and functional requirements of the M2M Service Layer common to support of different application domains as well as based on and specific to e-health use cases M2M Service Layer architectural framework (capabilities, functional components, reference points)

8 FG M2M work program and structure (2/2)
WG3: API and protocols – activated on Jan 2013 Framework of APIs and protocols for M2M APIs and protocols for specific M2M interfaces (focus on e-health) Assumption: high reusability of existing specifications based on the analysis of existing APIs and protocols in order to support the identified requirements

9 FG M2M ongoing deliverables
WG1: Use cases and service models (D1.1) M2M use cases: e-health WG2: Requirements and architectural framework of the M2M Service Layer (D2.1) M2M service layer: requirements and architectural framework WG3: API and protocols (activated on Jan. 2013) (D3.1) M2M service layer: M2M APIs and protocols guidelines Cross WGs deliverables (D0.1) M2M standardization activities and gap analysis: e-health (D0.2) M2M enabled ecosystems: e-health

10 Remote patient monitoring / assisted living
Remote patient monitoring / assisted living is the service category currently identified by FG M2M as work focus (other categories still under discussion) The figure provides an overview of the key technical components of the e-health ecosystem involved in “Remote patient monitoring/assisted living”

11 IoT vs. ETSI M2M SCLs

12 IoT vs. M2M service layer in FG

13 FG M2M liaisons with responsible SDOs
M2M centric: ETSI TC M2M, oneM2M E-health centric: WHO, mHealth Alliance, GSMA, HL7, DICOM, Continua Health Alliance, ISO/TC 215, CEN TC 251, IHE, GS1 Healthcare, epSOS

14 Further information JCA-IoT Convener: Mr. Hyoung Jun KIM IoT-GSI TSR Coordinator: Mr. Heyuan Xu FG M2M Chairman: Mr. Heyuan Xu

15 Thank you for your attention.
Hyoung Jun KIM Standards Research Center Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute Tel: , Fax:

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