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IoT-EPI OverviewIoT Standardisation Approach22 June 2016, Common Worksop, Valencia, SpainOvidiu Vermesan UNIFY-IoT

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT Standardisation Project Mapping

Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionIoT-EPI Project Mapping

Service discovery & communication

Service & Application Marketplace

Service co-creation & interop communication

Discovery & sharing of resources; platform interworking

Service CompositionPlatform InteroperabilityDevice & Data Management & IoT apps

Gateway interworking

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Environment/Energy MonitoringLivestock MonitoringPort/Vessel MonitoringSmart Retail, Product Monitoring

Smart Mobility

Smart Healthcare, QuantifiedSelf

Smart City

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19On behalf of AIOTI WG03 Chairman [email protected]

IoT EPI Common Workshop Event: standardization landscape session

AIOTI Philippe Moretto, ETSI STF UNIFY-IoT Presenter and Moderator Wed 22 June, Valencia

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20Introduction to Alliance for IoT Innovation AIOTIwww.aioti.eu or www.aioti.org

AIOTI was launched by the EC in March 2015 to create a vibrant IoT ecosystem in Europe, and aims notably at breaking silos between leading vertical IoT application areas.AIOTI is an important tool for supporting the policy and dialogue within the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem and with the EC.AIOTI builds on the work of the IoT European Research Cluster (IERC) and expands activities towards innovation within and across industries. AIOTI also offers an opportunity to discuss legal obstacles to further IoT take up, and to forge consensus. The Alliance will also help the EC to prepare future IoT research and innovation, standardization and policy.

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21AIOTI StructureSteering CommitteeWG Chairs, EC, SME Representative (startupbootcamp)Working Groups (Chair, Alternate Chair):WG 01: IoT European research cluster (SINTEF, open position)WG 02: Innovation Ecosystems (Philips, Stromatolite)WG 03: IoT Standardization (ETSI, Huawei)WG 04: Policy issues (Vodafone, Arthur's Legal )WG 05: Smart living environments for ageing well (STMicro, open position)WG 06: Smart farming and food security (Gradiant, Orange)WG 07: Wearables (Samsung, iMinds)WG 08: Smart cities (Telefonica, Engineering)WG 09: Smart mobility (Bosch, Dunavnet)WG 10: Smart environment/smart water management (Sigfox, TI)WG 11: Smart manufacturing (EFFRA, open position)WG 12: Smart Building (Schneider Electric , open position)WG 13: Smart Energy (Alstom , open position)

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Co-funded by theEuropean Commission22AIOTI WG3 IoT Standardization Scope of Work

Standardisation will play a key role in the uptake of IoT. Since many of the benefits from the IoT will occur on the basis of widespread adoption, sharing data across the value chain and novel services, the development of global - industry-led - standards is pivotal to ensure effectiveness, interoperability and economies of scale. In particular reference models as the basis for a reference architecture, that can be shared by industrial actors across different application domains can help breaking silos between leading vertical IoT application areas.

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AIOTI WG03 Phase 1 since March 2015 (Phase 2 after June16)~270 Members in WG03 (+400 Members in all AIOTI WGs), ~340 subscribers in AIOTI WG03 EC Intranet, ~30 SDO/Alliances in liaison with : 3GPP, AIM, BBF, CEN, CENELEC, ETSI, FIWARE, GS1, GSMA, IEC, IEEE P2413, IETF, IIC, IoT-Forum, IPSO Alliance, IPv6 Forum, IRTF, ISO, ISO/IEC JTC1 WG10, ITU-T SG20, MIPI Alliance, OASIS, OGC, OCF, OMA, oneM2M, TM Forum, The Open Group, ULE Alliance, W3C, Weightless SIG, WWRF, ZigBee, ZVEI...AIOTI WG03 Deliverables3 Reports were delivered in October 2015 : High Level Architecture (HLA) IoT Landscape Semantic interoperability https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/news/aioti-recommendations-future-collaborative-work-context-internet-things-focus-area-horizon-2020The work of AIOTI WG03 is seen as a reference for the AIOTI Working Groups in order to address the interoperability issues and to recommend the use of standard-based solutions for the deployment of IoT solutions. We have been talking to SDOs and Alliances about collaborations and interworking as a means to reduce fragmentation. What AOITI brings to all is a dramatic acceleration of the pace of those discussions.

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Latest updates and releases (as of 27 May 2016) :IoT SDOs and Alliances Landscape - Release 2.6IoT LSP Standard Framework Concepts - Release 2.6 HLA (end of June) - Release 2.1IoT Semantic Interoperability - Release 2.1+ a new AIOTI WG03 sub-group ToR and report V1.0 on IoT Security & Privacy

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ETSI STF 505 in full collaboration with AIOTI and funded by the EC has published (draft available for consultation) 2 ETSI Technical Reports (TR) on IoT Landscape + Use Cases and Gap Analysis (+dissemination +EC workshops) by end of 2016

H2020 ICT30 UNIFY-IoT and BE-IoT support AIOTI WG3:http://questionnaires.unify-iot.eu/survey/GknjLCfSzEPwJRxlH2020 IoT LSP Pilots and big CSA (to start in January 2017) IoT research, development, innovation, pilots and standardisation is always going on, it does not wait for H2020 or AIOTI to start its deployment. It is necessary to keep the momentum of AIOTI WG03 because this forum is useful for its members but also for the entire IoT community. There is obviously space for improvement to sustain the AIOTI WG03 open approach spirit. It is important to keep liaisons to SDOs/Alliances that are willing to collaborate formally with AIOTI.30

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H2020 ICT30 UNIFY-IoT and BE-IoT support AIOTI WG3:http://questionnaires.unify-iot.eu/survey/GknjLCfSzEPwJRxl

H2020 IoT LSP Pilots and big CSA (to start in January 2017) IoT research, development, innovation, pilots and standardisation is always going on, it does not wait for H2020 or AIOTI to start its deployment. It is necessary to keep the momentum of AIOTI WG03 because this forum is useful for its members but also for the entire IoT community. There is obviously space for improvement to sustain the AIOTI WG03 open approach spirit. It is important to keep liaisons to SDOs/Alliances that are willing to collaborate formally with AIOTI.

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Read us IERC Book (edition 2016) Chapter 832

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Submit Paper IoT/M2M worshop 2016 (deadline 30 June!)33

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34Contact: AIOTI WG03 Chairman [email protected]: ETSI STF UNIFY Philippe Moretto [email protected]

AIOTIALLIANCE FOR INTERNET OF THINGS INNOVATIONwww.aioti.eu#AIOTIThank you!

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Co-funded by theEuropean CommissionProblem: Missing Interoperability

Dr. Arne Brring - Siemens AG

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GoalsDo:Enable syntactic & semantic interoperability of IoT platformsLowering market entry barriers Fostering an open IoT ecosystems

Dont:Develop yet another platform.Instead:reusing & building up on existing methods to allow interweaving of platforms, things, and users.

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