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  • Standard for an Architectural Framework for the Internet of Things (IoT) IEEE P2413

    September 2016

  • 2

  • What we talk about when we talk about CPS/IoT

    3

    What is our goal (satellite view)?

    How? Informization of physical interaction

    mechanical sensor

    mechanical actor

    brake pedal brake

    electronic sensor

    electronic actor

    brake pedal brake

  • P2413 Background and History Outgrowth of multi-year series of IoT Standards workshops and roundtables. Objective: understand requirements by vested stakeholders.

    P2413 was initiated through guidance of IEEE-SAs Industry-Strategic IoT Team. Focus on bridging market needs with developing IoT technology landscape.

    IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group (representing 200+ industry members) provides sponsorship for P2413. Maintain balanced focus on industry / market / technology and standards eco-system within development framework.

  • Motivation and Goals of P2413

    q P2413 - Standard for an Architectural Framework for the Internet of Things (IoT) - Promotes cross-domain interaction - Descriptions of various IoT domains, definitions of IoT domain

    abstractions, and identification of commonalities between different IoT domains

    - Quality "quadruple" that includes protection, security, privacy, and safety

    q Motivated by the need to promote cross-domain interaction, aid system interoperability and functional compatibility, and further fuel the growth of the IoT market

    q Aims to provide an architecture framework which captures the commonalities across different domains and provides a basis for instantiation of concrete IoT architectures

    03.08.2016 Motivation, Approach, Content Development and Status 5

  • Approach and Dependencies

    q P2413 is a top down approach q Follows the recommendations for architecture descriptions

    defined in ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010 Systems and software engineering - Architecture description (2011)

    q ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010 - Provides a core ontology for the description of architectures - Specifies provisions that enforce desired properties of

    architecture frameworks - Can be used to establish a coherent practice for developing

    architecture frameworks - Can be used to assess conformance of an architecture

    framework

    03.08.2016 Motivation, Approach, Content Development and Status 6

  • What is an Architecture Framework?

    Lets have a look at ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010

    Takeaways: IEEE 2413 no new architecture and will not reinvent existing standards (IETF, IEEE 802.1 ) To be designed in a way that existing architectures congruent with IEEE 2413 We will address communalities across application domains (see next slides)

    Definition: conventions for construction, interpretation and use of architecture views to frame specific system concerns

    Conventions for a type of modelling: class diagrams, sequence diagrams, etc.

    Definition: interest in a system / systems relevant to one or more of its stakeholders

    Definition: individual, team, organization, or classes thereof, having an interest in a system / systems

    Definition: work product expressing the architecture of a system from the perspective of specific system concerns

    Architecture framework

  • Shared Concerns

    Healthcare

    Home & Building

    Retail

    Energy

    Manufactur-ing

    Mobility/ Transpor-

    tation

    Logistics

    Media

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    Where does the input come from?*

    Utilities

    Hospitals & Doctors

    ICT infrastructure providers

    Public transport companies

    City authorities

    Automation equipment providers

    Application developers

    Consumer equipment providers

    Appliances providers

    Manufacturing industries

    Logistics companies

    Regulators

    Consumers

    Facility management

    Insurance companies

    * due to the diversity of IoT application areas only selected domains and stakeholders are shown

    Retail stores

  • ISO/IEEE/IEC 42010 Architecture Framework

    03.08.2016 Motivation, Approach, Content Development and Status 9

    q Architecture frameworks are principles, conventions and practices for the description of architectures established within a specific domain of application and/or community of stakeholders

    q Architectures are abstract notions

    q Architecture descriptions are concrete artifacts that can be shared and analyzed

  • P2413 Architecture Framework

    03.08.2016 Motivation, Approach, Content Development and Status 10

  • Basic Document Structure

    Part 1 IoT: Vertical Application Domains

    Provides descriptions of IoT behaviors in the context of vertical application domains

    Informative

    Part 2 IoT: Modeling the Horizontal

    Discussion of the core characteristics across IoT domains

    Part 3 Architecture Framework

    IEEE/IEC/ISO 42010:2011 conformant description of the P2413 IoT Architecture Framework

    Normative

    03.08.2016 Motivation, Approach, Content Development and Status 11

    Part n

    Annex

    Using the IoT Architecture Framework

    Further elaborates the P2413 IoT Architecture Framework to develop a domain specific IEEE/IEC/ISO 42010:2011 conformant architectural description

    Informative

  • Architecture Framework Dev Process

    03.08.2016 Motivation, Approach, Content Development and Status 12

  • IEEE P2413 Membership

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    1. BroadBand Tower, Inc. 2. Cisco Systems 3. Emerson 4. EPRI 5. Finger Food Studios 6. Hitachi, Ltd. 7. Honeywell International 8. Huawei Technologies 9. Industrial Technology Research

    Institute (ITRI) 10.Infocomm Development

    Authority (IDA) 11.Intel 12.IoTecha 13.Kaspersky Lab

    14.Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI)

    15.Mitsubishi Electric 16.NIST 17.Qualcomm Inc. 18.Rockwell Automation 19.Schneider Electric 20.Senslytics 21.Siemens AG 22.SIGFOX 23.STMicroelectronics 24.Toshiba Corporation 25.Wipro 26.Yokogawa Electric Corporation 27.ZTE

  • IEEE P2413 Working Group Meetings

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    1. 10-11 July 2014, Hosted by Siemens in Munich, Germany 2. 16-17 September 2014, Hosted by STMicroelectronics in Santa Clara, CA USA 3. Teleconference, 28 October 2014

    4. Teleconference, 17 December 2014 5. 22-23 January 2015 in Taipei, Hosted by Institute for Information Industry (III). 6. 27-28 April 2015 in Grenoble, Hosted by Schneider Electric 7. 27-30 July 2015, Hollywood Beach, Florida USA

    8. 2-6 November 2015, Grenoble 9. 1-3 February 2016 in Washington DC USA 10. 11-14 April 2016 in Tokyo Japan, Hosted by Renesas 11.Teleconference, May 2016 12. 7-10 June 2016 in Santa Clara, CA USA 13. 27-30 September 2016 in Barcelona Spain

    14.24-27 January 2017, Shinagawa, Tokyo (hosted by Hitachi) 15.27-30 March 2017, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

  • IEEE P2413 Liaisons

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    Established Liaisons 1. ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 10 "Working Group on Internet of Things 2. IEEE 802.24 "Smart Grid Technical Advisory Group 3. IEC SG8 "Industry 4.0 - Smart Manufacturing 4. ITU-T JCA-IoT "Joint Coordination Activity on Internet of Things 5. Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) 6. IEEE P42010 7. OPC Foundation 8. IVI

    Liaisons in Progress 1. ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 6/WG 7 "Network, transport and future network 2. oneM2M 3. Kantara Initiative 4. AIOTI 5. Open Fog Consortium (OFC)

  • P2413 Conclusions

    P2413 identifies evolving transformational integration and convergence across technology and application domains as main objective

    P2413s goal is to provide an extensible integrated

    architectural framework that will continue to evolve and unify standards-creation and architecting efforts.

    P2413 will continue to deepen industry engagement by

    leveraging global IoT workshops, webinars, roundtables, and other tools of the IEEE IoT initiative.

    P2413 is an open community and all are welcome to

    participate and to share perspectives on addressing and preparing for the inter-connected world of 2020.

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    Thank you!

    Join the IEEE P2413 Working Group http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/2413/

    For additional information, please contact: Oleg Logvinov P2413 Chair

    oleg.logvinov.us@ieee.org or

    Soo Kim IEEE-SA Project Manager

    s.h.kim@ieee.org

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