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Jean-Michel Ortholand, André Bottaro Daniel Schellhoss Orange Labs ProSyst September, 20th, 2011

Orange

Open Home Automation Infrastructure

Jean
-
Michel Ortholand, André
Bottaro


Daniel Schellhoss


Orange Labs




ProSyst


September, 20
th
, 2011

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Outline

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The Home Automation market is a new world of applications


2


However, the Home Automation market just slowly emerges


3


Orange proposes a technical & economical opportunity to Home
actors


4


Orange chooses
OSGi

technology and
ProSyst

and starts first
experiments


5


Challenges remain for the infrastructure to be open to 3
rd

party
applications



6


Open the box!

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The Home Automation market is a new
world of applications

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What is Orange Home Automation ?

A bunch of services and smart devices installed at home that allow


an
always
-
on system
that

watches

over
your

home and
alerts

you

if
something

goes

wrong

(
Serenity
)




an
easy

management
of
actuators

with

well

designed

and
rich

interfaces (
Comfort
)




the o
ptimisation
of
electricity

and
gas

consumptions

(
Energy
)


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French case

Consumers equipment perspectives


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Home Automation and Smart Home


Other services can be met by the Home Automation
infrastructure


Health: The care of elderly or handicapped people at home

(Ambient Assisted Living)


Wellness: A coach at Home


Multimedia : Content sharing



A new world of applications will emerge with the variety
of sensors, actuators, and devices that become
available



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The Home Automation market

just slowly emerges


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A slowly emerging market


The Smart Home Market is fragmented into niche markets


Proprietary protocols, APIs and solutions


Expensive solutions with a professional installation


Numerous partnerships on vertical applications



Weak ecosystem structure


Weak infrastructure for sharing applications


Multiple standards = weak integration


electricity
efficiency
pilot

Security &
energy
monitoring
with EPS

energy
efficiency trial
with alertme

Homescope,
to see at
home


Video
-
surveillance

Offer with
iJenko



Smoke
detection with
Delta Dore

Energy@Ho
me with
Electrolux,
Enel, Indesit

energy
monitoring
with remote
on/off switch

Security



energy &
security

demand
response

Androïd@Home





Hom
e
s

Many service providers and solution integrators initiatives…

… and business actors that play both as service providers and product manufacturers

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Heterogeneity of local networks
communication protocols

Wired and powerline Communication

Radio Communication

Low rate protocols

High rate protocols

Ethernet

DPWS

IP application

protocols

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3


Orange proposes a technical & economical
opportunity to Home actors

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Orange commitment : open the Home
to the Internet …

Computer

TV

Phone

Devices

Open for third
-
party

devices

Open for third
-
party

services

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Opportunity : Catalyze the market through the
share of a common technical infrastructure


Leverage a common ICT infrastructure


Standard sensor networks


Advanced Home Gateway or a box dedicated to home automation apps


Remote Device/Network Management platform



To lower the barriers and make the market emerge


Lower installation and maintenance costs of each service


Go beyond quadruple play, accelerate service delivery


Enlarge the Home Automation market

Operator platform

Remote HMIs

Embedded software platform

hosting applications.

Adv. Home gateway or dedicated box

Shared screens

Shared sensors

Shared infrastructure

3rd party platforms

Home Application stores

Home

Controller

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4


Orange chooses
OSGi

technology

and
ProSyst

and starts first experiments


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Home Controller

HOME DEVICES

Activators, sensors


Third

party(s)

application

Third

party(s)

Information

System

Third

party local

application

Access

Platform

API

Specific Home controller :

-

a multi
-
services / multi
-
partners
java/OSGi running environment

-

security, right management,
isolation

-

SDK to interact with Home AN
Controller and devices

-

Native ZigBee HA
communication, extensible to
other RF protocols

-

API to
initiate

interaction from the
Cloud with Home
Controllers and
devices

-

Security, right
management

-

No message
transport

-

API to manage
and to supervise
Home Area
Network

Orange open infrastructure


Management

& supervision
Platform


API

Home
Box



Orange
Labs

-

Recherche & Développement

Software stack


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OSGi

and
ProSyst


Sharing and isolation


Java


Embedded solution



Main provider for embedded OSGi


Industrial approach (licensing,
standardization)


HDM abstraction layer


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5


Challenges remain for the infrastructure to
be open to 3
rd

party applications



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An advanced state of the art, however incomplete

Embedded service software platform

Partial solution to
be

improved

Resource sharing and isolation on a common embedded software
platform

OSGi

is the technology reference on the market before .NET and
Androïd

but it addresses only code sharing and isolation

Robustness, adaptation to constrained devices, transactional
guaranties

OSGi

Micro Edition


specified by Orange and IS2T, maintained
by IS2T


shows promises, however demands testing and tools.

Security


management of the access rights to applications, to
hardware functions and to deployed sensors

Dynamic and distributed application programming, data mediation
infrastructure

Device and software management platform and application
shops

Partial solution to
be

improved

Modular validation of applications

Tools are needed to bring guarantees before deployment

Openness of device management platforms and application shop
tools to 3rd parties

Secure and scalable tools remain to be developed.

Modular application deployment and administration

Protocols exist (TR
-
69) and need to be adapted and integrated.

Sensor network management

Protocols (TR
-
69) need to be adapted and tested against concrete
use cases based on new low rate sensor networks (
ZigBee
).

Hardware box platform and sensor networks

Partial solution to
be

improved

Low power and low cost technology requirements

Technology interoperability

The promise of
ZigBee

and IPv6 must be guaranteed.

Consistent integration of sensor network technologies on a
hardware platform

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6


Open the box!


Orange and
ProSyst

ambition

Application
designers
(bundles & services)



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Techno providers
(SW part of the platform)



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Create a dynamic market of applications with Home players:


Standardize the infrastructure:
OSGi
,
HGI,
BBF,
UPnP … and
ZigBee




Keep in touch for the using of
Orange APIs
!

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Thanks


Orange Open Home Automation Infrastructure

Jean
-
Michel Ortholand, André
Bottaro


Daniel Schellhoss


Orange Labs




ProSyst


September, 20
th
, 2011

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