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Doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission January 2016 Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission.

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1 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission January 2016 Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [IG DEP Scope and Focused Applications with Different QoS Levels] Date Submitted: [20 January, 2016] Source: Ryuji Kohno, Yokohama National University/CWC-Nippon Co. Address 79-5 Tokiwadai, Hodogaya-ku, Yokohama, Japan 240-8501 Voice: +81 (0)45-339-4115 Email:,] Re: [] Abstract:[This document summarizes necessary technical requirement for focused applications by defining classes of application with various QoS levels corresponding requested levels of Dependability. This is quite important to make IG to SG, TG.] Purpose:[information] Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15. 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 becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P802.15. Ryuji Kohno(YNU/CWC-Nippon)

2 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission January 2016 Slide 2 IEEE 802.15 IG DEP Scope and Focused Applications with Different QoS Levels Ryuji Kohno (Yokohama National University/CWC-Nippon Co.) RAtlanta, GA, USA January 20 th, 2016 Ryuji Kohno(YNU/CWC-Nippon)

3 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission Summary of Requirements Slide 3 -Number of sensors: few tens to hundreds per network -Support for multiple network co-existence & interoperability: few tens of networks -Types of topologies: star, mesh, inter-connected networks -Data rate requirement: up to 2 Mbps per sensor -Latency in normal operation: 250 ms to 1 s -Latency in critical situation: few ms to 15 ms -Aggregate data rate per network: up to 1 Gbps (in some applications) / few Mbps (in others) -Delivery ratio requirement: >99.9 % (in some applications) / > 99 % (in others) -Disconnection ratio < 0.01 % (of time) -Synchronization recovery time: < 100 ms -Coverage range: up to 1000 m (in some applications) / 20 m (in others) -Feedback loop response time: less than 1 s (10 ms In collision avoidance radar) January 2016

4 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission Summary of Requirements (cont.) Slide 4 -Handover capability: seamless between BANs and/or PANs, walking speed, 2 seconds -Transceiver power consumption: SotA acceptable -Module size: wearable for hospital use, maximum size 5 cm x 2 cm x 1 cm for automotive -Module weight: < 50 g for hospital, < 10 g for automotive & body -Data packet sizes (typical, maximum): -Hospital: 100 bytes, 1000 bytes -Automotive: 10 bytes, 1000 bytes -Compatibility with CAN and RIM buses for intra-vehicle -Security considerations: Handover peers need to have trust relationship. High confidentiality and privacy requirements in hospital environment. Lifecycle management. -Sensor lifetime: minimum 1 year, up to equipment lifetime -Jitter: < 50 ms in regular case, < 5 ms in critical situations. 5 % outliers acceptable. January 2016

5 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission Summary of Requirements (cont.) Slide 5 -Interference models: -Intra network interference (MAC&PHY specification dependent) -Inter-network interference (take a look at literature, coexistence statements) -Channel models: -in intra-vehicle (needs to be measured), -inter-vehicle (exists in literature), -in factory (partially exists in literature), -in hospital (exist in literature), -in emergency rescue field (exists?) -Any other? January 2016

6 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission Proposed applications Slide 6 1.Remote healthcare monitoring 2.Remote sensing and controlling 3.Vehicle internal sensing and controlling 4.Collision avoidance radar 5.Inter-vehicle communications and ranging 6.Wearable and implant wireless medical sensing and controlling 7.Applications for ultra wideband radio 8.Reliable and robust radio control 9.Wearable healthcare sensing 10.Secure remote healthcare and medicine 11.Wireless sensing system for Factory with feedback control 12.Dependable multi-hop inter-vehicle communications 13.Inter-navigation and inter-vehicle information sharing in normal and emergency conditions 14.Single wireless communication network solution that functions both in normal and in disaster environments 15.Disaster prevention, emergency rescue and recovery January 2016

7 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission Focused Potential Applications Slide 7Jussi Haapola(CWC/UoO) 1.Automotive 1.1Car Internal M2M 1,2 Inter-vehicle M2M 1.3 Remote Diagnosis in Factory 2. Medical Healthcare 2.1 Wellness, Wellbeing 2.2 Healthcare 2.3 Professional Medicine 3. Social Public Service 3.1 Life Line (Water/Gas/Electricity Supply) 3.2 Public Safety 3.3 Government System 4. Remote Infra Monitoring and Maintenance 4.1 Remote Diagnosis of Infra(bridge/bldg/train) 4.2 Remote Sensing and Controlling Mobile Robots 4.3 Disaster Analysis and Prevention We have been discussing on focused potential applications according to demands in a world. January 2016

8 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission Fitness, Massage& Sauna Sports: Walking, Jogging, Bicycling, Hiking, Skiing etc Public Safety Inter-Vehicle M2M Highly Life Critical Uses(High QoS) Less Life Critical Uses(Low QoS) Home & Consumer Uses Industrial & Governmental Uses Internal Car Dependable M2M Inter-Vehicle M2M Home Medical Therapy Government Infrastructure Visualizing Portfolio of Focused Applications and Time Line Remote Diagnosis for Factory Automation Hospital Clinical Service Remote Wellness & Well-being Life Line (Water/Gas/Electricity Supply) QoS 1; Highest Priority of Demandof Dependability Car, Bldg Care business Entertainment business Regulatory Compliance Test Big Data Mining 8 QoS 3; Relatively Lower Priority forDemand of Dependability qosQoS 2; Middle Leve; ofPrioity for Dependability January 2016 Ryuji Kohno(YNU/CWC-Nippon) Remote Sensing & Controlling Mobile Robots Disaster Analysis & Prevention Remote Diagnosi s of Infra(bridge/bldg/train)

9 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission Meeting Accomplishments Review Discussion in Previous Meetings by Ryuji Kohno (YNU/CWC-Nippon) Call for Agenda in this week Review of Responses to Call for Interest(CFI) 1.Reporting Interviews for CFI by Ryuji Kohno 2.Update of Reviewing Responses to CFI as for Application to FA by Hiroshi Kobayashi(Nissan Automotive) doc. #15-16-0077-00 3.Updated Reports of Interview for CFI as for Application to Social Public Services(Water/GAS/Electricity, Disaster etc) by NEC ) doc. #15-16-0078-00 4.Update of Summary of Requirements by Ryuji Kohno doc. #15-15-0217-06 Necessary Process and Possible Timeline to SG and next steps 1.Request to attend to IG-DEP more from clients such as car, building, and infrastructure manufactures as well as developers 2.Make clear scope for focused applications by classified QoS levels for required dependability 3.Finalize technical requirement for the classified QoS levels 4.Make a draft of PAR and CSD for SG in March 2016 Slide 9 January 2016 Ryuji Kohno(YNU/CWC-Nippon)

10 doc.: IEEE 15-16-0108-00-0dep Submission 15-16-0080-01-0dep-ig-dependability-january-2016-meeting-agenda 15-16-0058-01-0dep-ig-dep-opening-information-for-January-2016 15-16-0077-00-IG-DEP-Updated-Development-of- Wireless-Sensing- System-for-Factory 15-16-0078-00-IG-DEP-Development-of- Wireless-System-for-Social- Public-Services 15-15-0217-06-0dep-ig-dep-review-of-responses-to-call-for-interest- cfi 15-16-0096-00-0dep-January-2016-meeting-minutes 15-16-0095-00-0dep-ig-dep-January-2016-closing-report Contributions Slide 10 January 2016 Ryuji Kohno(YNU/CWC-Nippon)

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