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ATIS’ Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Activity. Gale Lightfoot, Senior Staff Program Manager, Office of the CTO, SPB Cisco. Highlight of Current Activities.

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atis machine to machine m2m activity

ATIS’ Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Activity

Gale Lightfoot,

Senior Staff Program Manager, Office of the CTO, SPB

Cisco

highlight of current activities
Highlight of Current Activities
  • ATIS TOPS Council and Board created its Machine-to-Machine Focus Group (M2M FG) to address M2M, Smart Grid, and Connected Vehicle opportunities
    • Co-Chaired by Jeff Edlund, HP, and Gale Lightfoot, Cisco.
  • Sub-teams currently include:
    • (Telematics) Connected Vehicle
    • (Telemetry) Smart Grid
  • Sub-teams meet weekly to consider:
    • Use Cases
    • Architecture Study
    • Protocol/API Analysis
highlight of current activities 2
Highlight of Current Activities (2)
  • Currently assessing
    • In depth Use Case Analysis for M2M, Smart Grid, eHealth, and Connected Vehicle
      • Discover common requirements/specifications
    • Architectural definition for M2M Service Platform
      • Seeking common Service Layer “elements” that enhance overall value of M2M services/applications
    • Identification of players across the value chain
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M2M Value Chain

System

Integrator

Service

Provider

Machine

Module

Middleware

Network

End User

Customer

Service

Modem

Enablers

mgmt

App’s

Gateway

Transport

IC

Sensor

Service

Operations

Integration

Middleware Providers

Service Providers

Network Equipment Providers

Machine & Device

Manufacturers

System Integrators

Application Developers

strategic direction
Strategic Direction
  • Opportunity to define ICT’s contribution and role in these emerging markets.
  • Continue to discover area(s) of common ground where Verticals and ICT’s potentially converge.
  • The mobility aspect of all M2M-related activities makes ICT’s role critical.
  • M2M value-added services remain a relatively untapped market for ICT.
  • Opportunity to examine potential use of the same features/functions and parameters to support a common M2M service platform.
strategic direction 2
Strategic Direction (2)
  • The M2M potential for complexity is enormous – Must seek reduction of complexity!
    • Forecasted >15B Connected Devices by 2015; >50B by 2020!
    • Subscriber saturation in the U.S. has occurred. There are now more mobile subscriptions than U.S. residents.
  • Service Enabling Platform!
    • Machines and sensors represent the clearest way for mobile revenue and services to grow.
      • Requires developer friendly environment
    • Many telemetry applications do not use much bandwidth.
      • Much more activity
      • QoS issues!
    • Attraction is similar to short message service: high margins, low bandwidth consumption.
      • Much more activity
      • QoS issues!
challenges
Challenges
  • M2M activities involve a broad cast of players from multiple industries with varying terminology.
  • Many “moving parts” currently being developed without thought of seeking “common threads”.
  • Converging of multiple platforms.
  • Establishing a “Trusted Environment” for all businesses associated with vertical services/applications.
next steps actions
Next Steps/Actions
  • Coordinate and align M2M activities with other SDOs and organizations.
  • Continued interaction and collaboration with the verticals (e.g., eHealth, Smart Grid, etc.) providers.
  • Use Case assessment used to sift out service layer commonalities across different verticals.
proposed resolution
Proposed Resolution
  • ATIS proposes revisions to the existing M2M Resolution contained in:
    • GSC-15/30: Machine to Machine