IoT Standards for Smart Nation

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    STANDARDS FOR A

    SMART NATION

    DR. TOH CHAI KEONG ASSISTANT CHIEF EXECUTIVE

    ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY GROUP INFOCOMM DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE

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    SINGAPORES CHALLENGES

    Ageing Population Urban Density

  • Our vision is for Singapore to be a Smart Nation - a nation where people live meaningful and fulfilled lives, enabled seamlessly by technology, offering exciting opportunities for all.

    Lee Hsien Loong

    Prime Minister

  • IMPROVE LIFES OF SINGAPOREANS

    LIVING

    TRANSPORT

    HEALTH

    SMART NATION

  • SMART NATION Enabled by technologies

    Apps

    Data

    Comms Smar

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    Pla

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    Agein

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    nsity

    Connect: BT, WiFi, ZigBee, 4G, LTE-M

    Sensing: Sensors, IoT,

    Analytics Compute

  • NEED STANDARDS

    DIFFERENT DEVICES & SYSTEMS TO WORK WITH (INTEROPERATE) EACH

    OTHER

  • COMMUNICATIONS: Interfaces, Protocols, ..

    NETWORKS: Protocols (RIP, TCP,..)

    DATA: Formats, Semantics,

    APPLICATIONS: APIs, etc

    NEED FOR STANDARDS

    Interoperate

  • Comms

    Protocols

    Data Formats

    Service Methods

    Covers physical layer communications; bits; signaling; Modulation; error control; etc. Wired & Wireless Comms

    Data & Control Interfaces Standards

    Covers the rules of communications = protocol. Protocols for messaging, routing, etc.

    Covers the standard for serialization of data

    Covers the standard for data acquisition and control

  • STANDARDS ECO SYSTEM Industries, Government, etc

    IND

    UST

    RIE

    S

    ITSC Internet of Things TC

    Requirements

    Terminologies

    Commonalities

    Recommend

  • STANDARDS HARMONISATION

    Standard Bodies

    WWW

    Industry Alliances

    Create blueprint standards to guide development of

    interoperable IoT and sensor networks

    Google

    Oracle.

    Many industry players in the IoT landscape

    Many industry standards

    OneM2M

    ISO

    IEEE

    iRobot

    Siemens

    Arudino

    IEC

    Our approach

  • STANDARDS DONE TO DATE TR 38 - Sensor Networks for Public

    Wired Network

    Wireless Network

    Low Power Wireless Network Fibre, Ethernet

    Smart bus stop

    Smart meters

    Surveillance cameras

    https://www.google.com.sg/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CAcQjRxqFQoTCMi4taHskMcCFQgJjgod8dYL0w&url=https://www.colourbox.com/vector/cctv-symbol-pictogram-security-camera-vector-3662111&ei=Om7BVcizA4iSuATxra-YDQ&bvm=bv.99261572,d.c2E&psig=AFQjCNEmZ7XDtoNlViDNrSLWff_ykrPv2g&ust=1438826183584348

  • STANDARDS DONE TO DATE

    TR38 recommendations Service Methods: OGC SWE Open Geospatial Consortium Sensor Web Enablement Std Data Formats: XML from W3C Efficient XML Interchange (EMI) JSON (Javascript Object Notation) Protocols: RESTFUL ( HTTP, IETF CoAP) Pub-Sub (MQTT, XMPP)

    TR 38 - Sensor Networks for Public

  • STANDARDS DONE TO DATE

    MQTT

    Open

    EXI

    802.11

    CoAP

    Open

    EXI

    802.15.4

    HTTPS

    Open

    XML

    LTE

    TR 40 - Sensor Networks for Homes

  • STANDARDS DONE TO DATE Quick Summary

    Protocols

    Service Methods

    Comms

    Data Formats

    Information

    Knowledge

    RESTful (HTTP/HTTPS, CoAP)

    Pub-sub (MQTT, XMPP, DDS)

    XML, JSON, EXI

    OGC SWE

    WSN (IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.15.4, Bluetooth, Cellular)

    Wired (Fibre, Ethernet)

    RESTful (HTTP/HTTPS, CoAP) Pub-sub (MQTT, XMPP, DDS)

    XML, JSON, EXI

    Open APIs

    WSN (IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.15.4, Bluetooth, Cellular)

    Wired (Coaxial, Fibre, PLC, Wired Ethernet)

    TR38 Sensor networks for

    (Public Areas)

    TR40 Sensor networks for

    (Homes)

  • OTHER STANDARDS TO DO Future Work

    IoT Reference Architecture

    IoT Information & Service Interoperability

    IoT Security Standards

  • STANDARDS COMPLIANCE

    Systems from different ministries and agencies need to interoperate and share data. Who will ensure compliance is done?

  • Standards are important for SG

    Smart Nation technologies

    open

    interoperable

    Need collective efforts

    Lets build a Smart Nation together

    STANDARDS FOR SMART NATION Conclusion

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    THANK YOU