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Connected Things, IoT and 5G

Connected Things, IoT and 5G

Lecture #5 - ET-3010
Connected Things, IoT (Internet of Things), and 5G Infrastructure
Connected Services and Cloud Computing
School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics SEEI / STEI
Institut Teknologi Bandung ITB
Update April 2017

https://eueung.github.io/012017/ltka-05

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Eueung Mulyana

April 28, 2017
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  1.   1 / 71 System, Architecture & Examples Connected

    Things, IoT & 5G Dr.-Ing. Eueung Mulyana https://eueung.github.io/ET3010 ET-3010 | Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA
  2. Outline Connected Things & IoT - Overview Model & Architecture

    5G Infrastructure Applications & Use-Cases 2 / 71
  3.   Overview Connected Things & IoT 3 / 71

  4. 4 / 71 Connected Things IoT 1. Trends & Hype

    2. Terms & De nitions 3. Industrial IoT (IIoT)
  5. Google Trends (5 Years) 5 / 71

  6. Connected Things in Numbers (Source: Cisco via NCTA) 6 /

    71
  7. Emerging Technologies 7 / 71

  8. Internet of Things 8 / 71

  9. 9 / 71 The connection of everyday objects and machines

    so that they work seamlessly together across modern networks (AT&T, 2015) IoT is 'adding internet connectivity to everyday objects' (Aruba, Survey 2017) Connected Things IoT If the Internet of Things meant products like these (e.g. Smart- Toaster) -- little more than home appliances with the word 'smart' added to their names -- the Internet of Things would not be interesting. The Internet of Things is something else entirely -- something that will still be changing the world after every smart toaster has rusted. (Kevin Asthon, 2017)
  10. 10 / 71 The Internet of Things (IoT) is a

    term coined in 1999 by Kevin Ashton, a British technology pioneer working on radio-frequency identi cation (RFID) who conceived a system of ubiquitous sensors connecting the physical world to the Internet. Although things, Internet, and connectivity are the three core components of IoT, the value is in closing the gap between the physical and digital world in self- reinforcing and self-improving systems. Ref: AWS Connected Things IoT What de nes the Internet of Things is data capture. The IoT means sensors connected to the Internet and behaving in an Internet-like way by making open, ad hoc connections, sharing data freely and allowing unexpected applications, so computers can understand the world around them and become humanity's nervous system. (Kevin Asthon, 2017)
  11. 11 / 71 Connected Things IoT While Ashton's de nition

    provides a better and reasonable meaning for IoT, due to the popularity of the term, we can not prevent many sources used for this course material to refer to di erent meanings. Thus we adopt a rather loose condition and might use the terms IoT and Connected Things interchangeably.
  12. (Barrette, 2016) IoT 2010 12 / 71

  13. (Barrette, 2016) IoT 2015 13 / 71

  14. 14 / 71 Waves of Change (GE 2012, via Gorinevsky)

    The First Industrial Revolution: Mechanized Production, Water and Steam Power The Second Industrial Revolution: Mass Production, Electric Power Internet Revolution: Automation; Electronics andc Information Technology
  15. 15 / 71 Industrial Internet IIoT Digital Integration

  16. IIoT - Google Trends (5 Years) 16 / 71

  17. 17 / 71 IIoT Enterprise IoT (EIoT) Connected Industrial High-Cost

    Assets IoT Consumer IoT (CIoT) Connected Low-Cost End-Point Devices This is certainly NOT Ashton's IoT
  18. IT/OT Convergence in the IIoT Ref: Intel 18 / 71

  19. 19 / 71 IT Enterprise Computing: Data Center, Cloud OT

    - Operational Technology Embedded & Industrial System: Machine to Machine, Secure & Closed Networks IIoT DC, Cloud, Fog, Embedded & Industrial System
  20. 20 / 71 IIoT IIoT IT systems make use of

    OT data OT systems consume and use their raw data on-line, but do not accumulate it IIoT accumulates OT data as Persistent Data Ref: Gorinevsky
  21. 21 / 71 Other Terms IoE & M2M Internet of

    Everything (IoE) is introduced by Cisco & covers EIoT + CIoT (+other ingredients). Since the rise of IIoT, this term is adopted by other industry players (e.g. Qualcomm etc.) in a rather loose relationship with Cisco concept. Since a long time, the term Machine to Machine (M2M) is used in the Telco industry. While IoT is more generic, they are now often used interchangeably.
  22. 22 / 71 IoT - Microsoft Create The Internet of

    Your Things 
  23.   Model & Architecture 23 / 71

  24. Typical IoT Architecture (Cabe, 2017) 24 / 71

  25. Components & Functions (Cabe, 2017) 25 / 71

  26. Typical IoT Architecture 26 / 71

  27. Role & Characteristics ... (Cabe, 2017) 27 / 71

  28. IoT Software Stacks (Cabe, 2017) 28 / 71

  29. GCP IoT Cloud Ref: Overview of IoT - Google Cloud

    Platform 29 / 71
  30. Azure IoT Cloud Ref: Azure solutions for Internet of Things

    30 / 71
  31. AWS IoT Cloud Ref: How the AWS IoT Platform Works

    31 / 71
  32. 32 / 71 Google Cloud Internet of Things 

  33.   Infrastructure 5G 33 / 71

  34. 5G & IoT When 5G, the fth generation of wireless

    communications technology, arrives in 2020, engineers expect that it will be able to handle about 1000 times more mobile data than today's cellular systems. It will also become the backbone of the Internet of Things (IoT). Ref: Why IoT Needs 5G - IEEE Spectrum 5G as the rst network designed to be scalable, versatile, and energy smart for the hyper- connected Internet of Everything world. Ref: The plans for 5G to power the IoT 34 / 71
  35. 5G Service Category Ref: Qualcomm 35 / 71

  36. Massive Internet of Things Optimizing to connect anything, anywhere with

    e cient, low cost communications Ref: Qualcomm 36 / 71
  37. Mission Critical Control Ultra-reliable, ultra-low latency communication links Ref: Qualcomm

    37 / 71
  38. Enhanced Mobile Broadband Ushering in the next era of immersive

    experiences and hyper-connectivity Ref: Qualcomm 38 / 71
  39. Extreme & Diverse Requirements - Qualcomm 39 / 71

  40. Spectrum Types/Bands Ref: Qualcomm 40 / 71

  41. Towards 5G Technologies Ref: Qualcomm 41 / 71

  42. Pre-5G Use-Cases Ref: Qualcomm 42 / 71

  43. Pre-5G | LTE IoT Ref: Qualcomm 43 / 71

  44. Realizing mmWave Opportunity for Mobile Broadband Ref: Qualcomm 44 /

    71
  45. Key Technologies Ref: IEEE Spectrum 45 / 71

  46. Band Expansion Ref: IEEE Spectrum 46 / 71

  47. Band Expansion Ref: IEEE Spectrum 47 / 71

  48. 48 / 71 IEEE Spectrum Everything You Need to Know

    About 5G 
  49.   Applications & Use- Cases 49 / 71

  50. 50 / 71 Apps & Examples Connected Things IoT 1.

    Overview 2. Wearables 3. Smart-Home & Appliances 4. Connected Vehicle 5. Connected Factory 6. Smart-City 7. Robots & Drones 8. Virtual & Mixed-Reality
  51. Overview Ref: Intel 51 / 71

  52. 52 / 71 AT&T IoT Business Precon gured vs. Custom

    Solutions
  53. 53 / 71 Microsoft IoT O erings Precon gured vs.

    Custom Solutions
  54. Precon gured Solution Examples - Ref: Microsoft 54 / 71

  55. Precon gured Solution Examples - Ref: Microsoft 55 / 71

  56. Precon gured Solution Examples - Ref: Microsoft 56 / 71

  57. Precon gured Solution Examples - Ref: Microsoft 57 / 71

  58. Precon gured Solution Examples - Ref: Microsoft 58 / 71

  59. Smart-Home & Appliances Ref: Amazon 59 / 71

  60. Connected Vehicle Ref: Intel 60 / 71

  61. Connected Vehicle Ref: AT&T 61 / 71

  62. Connected Vehicle Ref: AT&T 62 / 71

  63. Autonomous Robots Ref: Intel 63 / 71

  64. Drones Ref: Intel 64 / 71

  65. Connected Factory Ref: Intel 65 / 71

  66. Virtual & Mixed-Reality Ref: Microsoft 66 / 71

  67. Smart City Ref: AT&T 67 / 71

  68. 68 / 71 Smart City AT&T 

  69.   Refs 69 / 71

  70. References 1. Kevin Ashton, Making sense of IoT, 2017 2.

    What is the Internet of Things (IoT) - Amazon 3. Rasmus Hellberg, 5G and Its Applications, Qualcomm, May 2016 4. Qualcomm Technologies Inc., Leading the World to 5G, February 2016 5. AT&T, What you need to know about IoT, 2015 6. Guy Barrette, De l'Internet des Objets a PowerBI en passant par Azure, 2016 7. Dan O'Neill, Dimitry Gorinevsky, Industrial Internet of Things: Applications, March 2016 8. Benjamin Cabe, Implementing IoT Architectures with Open Source, Eclipse Foundation, 2017 9. Smarter with Gartner : 3 Trends in GHC for Emerging Tech, 7 Tech Underpin the Hype Cicle for the IoT 10. IT/OT Convergence for Industrial Automation 70 / 71
  71.   71 / 71 END Dr.-Ing. Eueung Mulyana https://eueung.github.io/ET3010

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