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  • LTE for Mobile Consumer Devices- ETSI M2M Workshop 2011 -

    26 - 27 Oct. 2011 , Sophia Antipolis, France

    Sony Europe Limited

    Yuichi MoriokaYuichi.Morioka@eu.sony.com

  • Overview

    Recent Trends of the Mobile Market

    M2M Applications and Requirements

    Communication Technologies for M2M

    Standardization of M2M

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    Ubiquitous M2M Communication through LTEUbiquitous M2M Communication through LTE

  • Overview

    Recent Trends of the Mobile Market

    M2M Applications and Requirements

    Communication Technologies for M2M

    Standardization of M2M

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    Ubiquitous M2M Communication through LTEUbiquitous M2M Communication through LTE

  • Saturation of Mobile Market

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    ITU reports that there were 5,373 million global mobile subscriptions in 2010

    this equates to 78% of the total world wide population

    50 billion machines to be connected by year 2020

    this equates more than 7 times the global population

    Mobile operators around the globe desire a share in this vast M2M (Machine-to-

    Machine) market

    Just seeking higher data rates will not create new revenue

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    Mobile market is saturating, operators seeking a paradigm shift to create new revenueMobile market is saturating, operators seeking a paradigm shift to create new revenue

  • Overview

    Recent Trends of the Mobile Market

    M2M Applications and Requirements

    Communication Technologies for M2M

    Standardization of M2M

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    Ubiquitous M2M Communication through LTEUbiquitous M2M Communication through LTE

  • M2M Applications

    Category Example Application

    Automated Home Remote media control, Heating control, Lighting control

    ee--VehicleVehicleAuto HomeAuto Home FleetFleetee--HealthHealth TelemetryTelemetry

    e-Health Remote monitoring, Remote diagnostic

    e-Vehicle Navigation, Road safety, Traffic control

    Telemetry Smart metering, Parking metering, Vending machines

    Fleet Hire car monitoring, Goods vehicle management

    Tracking Asset tracking, cargo tracking, order tracking

    Finance Point of sale terminals, ticketing

    Maintenance Industrial machines, elevator monitoring

    Security Public surveillance, personal security

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  • Cloud

    MTC Server

    Base station

    Key Requirement

    Ubiquitous connectivity Medium data rate

    M2M Applications Remote Media Control

    Portable Media Player

    Base station

    Base station

    Home Media Server

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    Automated Media Sync

  • MTC Server

    Base station

    e-Health database

    Cloud

    M2M Applications Remote Health Monitoring

    e-Health Sensor

    Tablet

    Smart Phone

    Base station

    Base station

    Key Requirement

    Long battery life High Security Easy Setup

    E-Health Monitors

    Tablet

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    Automated Diagnostics

  • Varying Requirements for M2M Applications Different M2M applications have different set of requirements

    Consumer electronics require a single communication technology that can

    satisfy a wide range of requirements

    Not desirable to have multiple technologies that only satisfy parts of the requirements

    Key Requirements for M2M applications;

    Mobility : Supporting higher mobility can also connect applications that are

    stationary (e.g. mobile link for tablets can also connect stationary LCD TVs) stationary (e.g. mobile link for tablets can also connect stationary LCD TVs)

    Power : Lower power consumption can also work for applications that are mains

    powered (e.g. low power link for headphones can also connect Home Theater Systems)

    Data Rate : Supporting high data rates can also connect applications that only

    require low rates (e.g. high speed link for media server can also connect eReaders)

    Security : Supporting high security is beneficial for any application

    Cost : Lower cost is always better than higher cost

    Easy Use : Easy set up and usage is beneficial for any applications (Out of the box)

    Longevity : CEs can be kept by a consumer for more than 10 years

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    Technology that encompasses more Technology that encompasses more requirements is desired for CErequirements is desired for CE

  • Overview

    Recent Trends of the Mobile Market

    M2M Applications and Requirements

    Communication Technologies for M2M

    Standardization of M2M

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    Ubiquitous M2M Communication through LTEUbiquitous M2M Communication through LTE

  • Wired vs. Wireless Communication

    Two basic types for communication: Wired and Wireless

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    Two basic types for communication: Wired and Wireless

    Mobility

    Some M2M applications inherently rely on wireless e.g. navigation, tablets etc.

    Ease of Deployment

    Wired installation difficult when wired infrastructure at consumer is variable

    Diversity of wired standards

    Robustness

    Wireless less prone to single points of failure (e.g. power outages)

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    Wireless communication technology is better suited for many M2M applicationsWireless communication technology is better suited for many M2M applications

  • Wireless PAN/LAN vs. WAN

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    Two main types for commercial wireless communication: PAN/LAN and WAN

    Wireless PAN/LAN technologies for M2M can cause;

    Coverage Holes : no control over which PAN/LAN deployed at consumers location

    Difficult Setup : not easy for some consumers to set up own PAN/LAN networks

    Security Risk : networks set up by consumers may not be secure

    PAN: Personal Area Network, LAN: Local Area Network, WAN: Wide Area Network

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  • Characteristics of PAN/LAN vs. WAN

    Characteristic PAN/LAN WAN

    Data rates ZigBee : up to 250kbps

    WiFi : 1Mbps - 600Mbps

    GPRS: 10s of kbps

    3G : 1Mbps - 14Mbps

    LTE : 10Mbps - 300Mbps

    Power Low power (~0dBm) Higher power (~24dBm)

    Cost Less than $5 More than or approx. $10

    Spectrum Unlicensed

    e.g ISM bands, 868MHz, 910MHz,

    2.5GHz

    Licensed

    e.g. 700MHz, 900MHz, 1.7GHz,

    1.8GHz, 2.6GHz etc.

    Topologies Star and mesh Star

    Main standards ZigBee, WiFi, Bluetooth, ZWave,

    KNX-RF

    GPRS / GSM, UMTS, LTE,

    WiMAX, CDMA, EV-DO

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    Power consumption and cost are the key Power consumption and cost are the key drawbacks drawbacks of WAN technology for M2Mof WAN technology for M2M

  • Overview

    Recent Trends of the Mobile Market

    M2M Applications and Requirements

    Communication Technologies for M2M

    Standardization of M2M

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    Ubiquitous M2M Communication through LTEUbiquitous M2M Communication through LTE

  • M2M related Standardisation Bodies

    Aspect Standardization Bodies

    Service ETSI, TIA, IETF (CoRE)

    Access and Core Network 3GPP, 3GPP2, TISPAN, DSL forum, WiMAX forum

    Gateway ETSI, IETF (6LoWPAN)

    PAN/LAN ZigBee, WiFi, IETF (6LowPAN), KNX, ZWave , RFID

    Smart Metering (vertical apps.) ISO, ANSI, CENELEC, IEC

    Various standards bodies working on M2M

    Some overlap, others focus on specific areas

    Market is expected to eventually decide

    From a CE manufacturer perspective, if a single unified approach covers a

    wide range of application/requirements, the technology is preferred

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    3GPP LTE and its low cost enhancements is expected to be the key enabler for M2M3GPP LTE and its low cost enhancements is expected to be the key enabler for M2M

  • Evolution of 3GPP

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    3GPP has led the evolution of mobile telecommunication since its establishment in 1998

    Recently released LTE and LTE-A is now being rolled out and is expected to dominate the

    mobile network in years to come, providing longevity similar to CE devices

    Current LTE will satisfy the requirements of highend CE device (e.g. LCD TVs) but may be

    an over spec for others (e.g. portable audio player)

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