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M2M Connecting Real-World Things with Cloud Computing. T. Osawa.

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Connecting real-world machines with the cloud and gathering much information will produce many new business opportunities through not only improving products and customer services, but also through selling that meet have also been changing with the appearance of the cloud. 1. Introduction

  • M2M is a concept of connecting many machines mainly via wide-area mobile or satellite networks to allow remote monitoring and control.
  • Specially, it is used in a wide range of fields including remote monitoring of elevators, crime prevention such as car and home security, mobile payments such as credit card authentication terminals, dynamic fleet management, and telematics for luxury cars.
  • Cloud facilitates further expansion of the areas of M2M application.



2. Revolution of M2M by appearance of cloud

  • Combining machines and cloud is significant for business since it is possible to gather operation information from many machines in large quantities and for a long time, leading to a multiplier effect.
  • Next-generation M2M



3. New requirements of M2M and Problems

  • It is important to be able to integrate the information platform in a cloud. To that end, M2M needs a system for integrating various machines and network environments to gather information.
  • That is, M2M requires “integration” from a variety of perspectives more than ever. The types of integration have been classified from three perspectives: global integration; network integration; and vertical integration of applications, network and terminals centered on cloud.
    • Global integration
      • Gathering information about globally dispersed machines to integrate it into a cloud as a virtual information platform requires individual ICT elemental technologies, including network connections, to be globally applicable.
    • Network integration
      • Efficient connection between a number of globally dispersed machines requires an ability to gather information in diverse ways including the Internet, satellite links and, recently, near-field communication technologies in addition to mobile phones.



Vertical integration of applications, networks and terminals centered on cloud

      • To realize M2M, not only communication links but also corresponding communication functions must be incorporated into machines.
  • 4. Provision of FENICS II M2M service
  • To meet the requirements and solve the problems involved with M2M in the cloud age.
  • Fujitsu started offering the FENICS II M2M service in Oct. 2010.
  • Outline of FENICS II M2M service



5. Examples of application

  • Example of remote maintenance of machine tools
    • “Preventive maintenance” is realized, in which machine tool operation information is remotely gathered to detect any signs of failure, and maintenance personal are dispatched before any failure occurs.
    • Example of remote machine maintenance



2) Example of fleet management

  • This example is intended to visualize various types of operational information such as the delivery status and safe driving status by remotely gathering fleet service information.
  • Example of fleet management service