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Consideration and discussion about “overview of ioT ”. China Communications Standards Association. Haihua Li lihaihua@catr.cn Tel: +86-10-62300013 Fax: +86-10-62300034. 21th CJK UNIOT-WG meeting July 11th ~ 13th , 2011 Beijing, China. Table of Contents.

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consideration and discussion about overview of iot

Consideration and discussion about “overview of ioT”

China Communications Standards Association

Haihua Li

lihaihua@catr.cn

Tel: +86-10-62300013

Fax: +86-10-62300034

21th CJK UNIOT-WG meeting

July 11th ~ 13th, 2011

Beijing, China

table of contents
Table of Contents

1、General introduction and analysis about IoT

2、Some views about IoT

slide3

IoT application domains

IoT is a very big umbrella and covers lots of technologies. These technologies not only could be used in the telecommunication domain, but also could be used in the industrial application domains

The main identified IoT application domains are:

  •  Aerospace and aviation,
  •  Automotive,
  •  Telecommunications,
  •  Intelligent Buildings,
  •  Medical Technology, Healthcare,
  •  Independent Living,
  •  Pharmaceutical,
  •  Retail, Logistics, Supply Chain Management,
  •  Manufacturing, Product Lifecycle Management,
  •  Oil and Gas
  •  Safety, Security and Privacy,
  •  Environment Monitoring,
  •  People and Goods Transportation,
  •  Food traceability,
  •  Agriculture and Breeding,
  •  Media, entertainment and Ticketing,
  •  Insurance,
  •  Recycling

(Reference:Internet of Things strategic research Roadmap,2009)

slide4

Example: Smart Grid

In TSAG meeting held in February 2011, it suggests that Smart Grid-related things can be considered by JCA-IoT and JCA-HN in their ToR

slide5

Example: Smart Grid

Power Utility application systems

Interaction &openness of Information & Service

Power Utility equipments

Reference architecture for Smart Grid

(Reference:“Smart Grid overview” deliverable of FG Smart)

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Example: ITS(Intelligent Transport Systems )

ETSI TC ITS

ISO TC 204

C2C CC

R&D projects

CVIS/SAFESPOTCOOPERS/GeoNet

IEEE 802.11

and 1609

ITS

IETF MEXT

COMeSafety

ITU Telemov

Pre-Drive

iTETRIS

ERTICO

CEN TC 278

TISA

Other ETSI TC

LI – HF-ERM

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ITS station reference architecture

  • ‘Access’ representing OSI layers 1 and 2
  • ‘Networking & Transport’ representing layers 3 and 4
  • ‘Facilities’ representing layers 5, 6 and 7
  • ‘Applications’
  • ‘Security’
  • ‘Management’

(Reference:ETSI EN 302 665 )

cooperation of cen etsi
Cooperation of CEN/ETSI

The Contents:

  • in blue font belong to ETSI ToR
  • In red font belong to CEN ToR
  • In green font belong to ETSI&CEN together

This part is unique to the standardization of ITS areas, which need to be defined by ETSI ITS TC &CEN TC278

This part (such as 3G, WiFi, Blue Tooth, IPv6 ,etc) can be defined by other SDOs, specific protocols and interfaces could be selected while developing and deploying ITS facilities

example iot application provided by operator
Example: IoT application provided by operator

“Elevator Bodyguard” service

Elevator Bodyguard service platform

Terminals status monitoring

data collecting related to elevator

Elevator

Operator

Server

internet

GPRS network

Elevator monitoring terminal

Subscribers accessing using mobile phone

Subscribers accessing from internet

table of contents1
Table of Contents

1、General introduction and analysis about IoT

2、Some views about IoT

some considerations and views of iot
Some Considerations and views of IoT
  • For specific applications domains, the relevant industrial roles will deploy their own facilities (for data collecting and device controlling) and application systems (for data processing, internal services and applications). As different application domains have different requirements and service features, special standardizations for these applications are usually required.
  • The industry specific facilities and application systems can be deployed by industrial roles directly, such as power utility, or be deployed by telecom operators or service providers, depending on the business models,
  • Even though these facilities and application systems are deployedby telecom operators, the industrial roles will be in charge of the data processing, controlling, applications and services, while considering security, professional knowledge and so on.
  • Telecom operators generally provide basic capabilities such as data transmission, storage, facilities status monitoring.
  • Telecom operators can also deploy some facilities in order to collect information for IoT applications, such as video surveillance equipments at home, Vehicle gateways, Personal equipments with extended information collection capabilities.
  • For access, transport and networking technologies, they can be used in different application domains to provide information transmission path.
service integration and delivery environment
service integration and delivery environment

NGN-SIDE is aimed to support Ubiquitous Network (UN) applications including M2M applications.

(Reference:

CJK-UNIOT19-014_CCSA_NGN-SIDE_Features)

  • main functionalities provided by SIDE:
  • integration of resources from different domains (e.g. telecommunication domain (fixed and mobile networks), broadcasting domain, internet domain, content provider domain etc.) over NGN
  • provision of mechanisms for the support of diverse applications including cloud services, machine to machine, and ubiquitous sensor network applications;
  • ….
idm identity management
IDM: Identity Management

IdM enables various applications to be developed. Example applications are, but not limited to:

  • business applications

–single sign-on and sign-off (e.g., access to multiple applications and services without having to individually authenticate each application or service platform)

–federated services (e.g., access to services across different service providers or NGN providers)

  • identity-based services
  • security applications
  • –role-based access control to information, resources and assets

IdM overview

(Reference:Y.2720)

some considerations about iot
Some Considerations about IoT
  • under the umbrella of IoT, there’re lots of applications and resources belonging to different application domains. In order to support service discovery, service component, and etc, the functional component like SIDE is required
  • Identifiers can be used by different application domains, to support access to services across different domains, role-based access control and etc, the functional component like IDM is required.

We can call these kinds of functional components as collaboration components, which support the interaction between applications, the interaction between application and diverse resources in networks, devices.