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2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00 1 Cisco Confidential Secure Wireless Plant ETSI Hells Kitchen. June 2008 Patrick Wetterwald Innovation Engineering Manager pwetterw@cisco.com Slide 2 2 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential Sensor Networks are everywhere with an endless scope of applications Enable New Knowledge Improve Productivity Healthcare Improve Food & H20 Energy Saving (I2E) Predictive maintenance Enhance Safety & Security Heal th Smart Home Defense High-Confidence Transport and assets tracking Intelligent Building Slide 3 3 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential Internet / Intranet L2N TrueMesh Wireless HART ISA SP100.11a Xmesh Znet MintRoute MultiHop LQI CENS Route Smart mesh TinyAODV Honeywell So far WAS (Wait And See) - The current Trend gateway Slide 4 4 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential Early opportunities will be in Industrial, Transport and Retail; Consumer apps will come later Time (Years Out) #/Scale of Connected Devices 1 3 2 L H M Third Wave Second Wave First Wave of Adopters .. Transport Buildings Retail Healthcare Industrial Residential Source: Harbor Research Power Slide 5 5 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential Industrial Applications Process Control Maintenance & Operations Safety & Security Pressure Process temperature Chemical composition Energy usage Perimeter security Emergency lighting Machine health Tank level Equipment status Calibration Energy usage Poison gas concentration Emergency showers Slide 6 24 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential ISA100.11a, IP technology and IETF ISA 100.11a endorsed 6LoWPAN IPv6 packets but not stack (ND, ICMP) And the transit link is not covered yet Really need draft-hui for better compressiondraft-hui Backbone Router draft @ 6LoWPAN Backbone Router draft Proposing an IPv6 based best practice To promote full IPv6 in ISA100.11a And WSN in general by contagion Have chairs and partners support Also I-D on fragment recoveryfragment recovery 6LowPAN sends up to 25 fragments Over multihop lossy radio => Need Flow Control and recovery Slide 25 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00 25 Cisco Confidential IP Networking Technology for Industrial Automation Slide 26 26 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential IP core Technology applies: The network as a standardized open system Cisco Confidential Harbor Research Confidential Architecture Framework Connectivity 802.11, 802.15.4, 802.3, 802.3af, 802.16 Provisioning and Configuration Device Identification, Location and Personalities Data Plane Network Forwarding Path- Filtering, QoS, Traffic Engineering Management Plane Discovery, Diagnostics, Inventory, Fault Isolation Device Security Authentication, Rogue Detection, Encryption Network Security Virus Protection, Intrusion Detection, Attack Mgmt Application Networking Eventing, Location, Data Replication and Virtualization Intelligence in the Network Scalability, Availability Slide 27 27 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential Virtualization needed Virtualization: 1 to Many or Many to 1 One network supports many virtual networks Virtual Office Domain Actual Campus LAN Process Control Network Virtual Plant Control Domain Slide 28 28 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential IP to the Sensors New services and applications M2M, remote management New Markets Process Control for factories Control and Automation for home, building, cities Larger Core Market Open standards to the sensor Lower cost More connected devices and new applications A wider Internet Shaping the future Internet of things Think of VoIP as a model but for a great many of tiny devices, everywhere. Slide 29 29 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential The golden path Vision Sensors and actuators using Internet technology Thats Billions of devices in the next 10 years Enabling new services and applications Steps Forming an alliance: IPSO (IP for Smart Objects) IP for automation open standards (ISA100.11a) Introduce sensors at IETF (6LoWPAN and ROLL) Apply standards where needed (home, building, power grid) Progress ROLL requirement WG docs 6LoWPAN RFC 4944 now rechartering for ND ISA100.11a targeted YE08 Slide 30 30 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential IPSO (IP for Smart Objects) Objectives of the Alliance Promote the use of IP in Smart Objects by publishing white papers, case studies, issuing technology press releases, providing updates on standards progress and other supporting marketing activities Organize focused interoperability testing events But - the Alliance will NOT work on protocol specifications, algorithms, etc. those activities will be done at the IETF and other standard organizations ! Slide 31 31 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential Slide 32 32 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential What is the HART protocol? (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer Protocol) Early implementation of Fieldbus. One of the most popular today. Uses 1200 baud Frequency Shift keying (FSK) based on the Bell 202 standard to superimpose digital information on the conventional 4-to- 2OmA analogue signal. Maintained by an independent organization, the HART Communication Foundation, the HART protocol is an industry standard developed to define the communications protocol between intelligent field devices and a control system. HART is the most widely used digital communication protocol in the process industries, with over eight million HART field instruments installed in over 100,000 plants worldwide. HART is supported by all of the major vendors of process field instruments HART preserves present control strategies by allowing traditional 4-to- 2OmA signals to co-exist with digital communication on existing two-wire loops. Slide 33 33 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential HART Slide 34 34 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.C25-451582-00Cisco Confidential WirelessHART Specification Released for Approval New technology establishes wireless communication standard for process industry applications (Austin TX USA 17 April 2007) - The HART Communication Foundation (HCF) announces the completion of draft specifications for Wireless HART Communication and their release to HCF member companies for review and approval. Wireless HART is the first open and interoperable wireless communication standard designed to address the critical needs of the process industry for reliable, robust and secure wireless communication in real world industrial plant applications. The combination of HART plus wireless is a major step for the industry. Wireless HART provides new capabilities for users to get information on process parameters and to monitor the performance of plant assets in areas that have previously been technically or cost-effectively difficult to achieve, says Ron Helson, HCF Executive Director. Wireless HART ushers in the next major technology life cycle and makes possible the next generation of HART-enabled productivity solutions.