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Cut the Gordian Knot –
The QIVICON Eco System for the Smart Home.
Jochen Hiller, Developer Evangelist Connected Home, Deut...
Smart Home supported customer scenarios.
+  Energie savings
+  Security
+  Comfort
+  Multimedia integration
+  Healthcare...
Smart Home Market in Germany.
A mass market is starting.
Smart Home Market Germany (€€ Billion)
Source: Strategy Analytics...
§  High broadband penetration
§  Increasing usage of smartphones/tablets
§  Decreasing prices for components
§  Increa...
Significant Industry Interest.
Energy utilities
Heating, AC & Ventilation
Household appliances
Electric installat‘n
manufa...
Current Market Situation.
§  Offers are difficult to understand for customers
§  Proprietary systems with limited choice...
What is needed to open the Smart Home Market?
§  Devices from multiple manufacturers
§  Extensible protocols (wireless, ...
Our Vision for 2020.
> 50% of households will be
smart in 2020 QIVICON as the leading platform
2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 8
The Open Eco System based on the QIVICON Platform.
Configuration &
Basic Client
Partner Ecosystem
QIVICON – the base for t...
The QIVICON Home Base.
2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 10
The QIVICON Home Base.
Hardware Specifications.
§  1-Core ARM v11, 600 MHz
§  512 MB RAM
§  2 GB Flash
§  TPM Module
§...
The QIVICON Home Base.
Software Specifications.
HGI SWEX underpinning:
§  Linux OS
§  Java VM (CVM, JavaSE7 planned)
§ ...
The QIVICON Home Base.
The software stack is based on OSGi.
§  Facilitates OSGi standards
§  OSGi Security Model will be...
Benefits for the end-customers.
The best available solution for individual needs.
+  Rich choice of attractive and
innovat...
Benefits for the partners.
§  Open, standardized and flexible technical solution
§  Not limited to DT access customers
§...
Overview of QIVICON partners.
constantly growing
2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 16
… and many challenges to realize the vision.
§  Sensors and Actuators immature and/or expensive
§  In-house connectivity...
Roadmap.
QIVICON internal
Testphase
(since July 2012)
External
Testphase
(planned Q4 2012)
Commercial
Launch
(Q2 2013)
Int...
Thank you for your attention.
Contact me: j.hiller@telekom.de
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Cut the Gordian Knot - The QIVICON Ecosystem for Smarthome - Jochen Hiller,Carsten Otto

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Cut the Gordian Knot - The QIVICON Ecosystem for Smarthome - Jochen Hiller,Carsten Otto

  1. 1. Cut the Gordian Knot – The QIVICON Eco System for the Smart Home. Jochen Hiller, Developer Evangelist Connected Home, Deutsche Telekom AG. Ludwigsburg, October 23rd 2012
  2. 2. Smart Home supported customer scenarios. +  Energie savings +  Security +  Comfort +  Multimedia integration +  Healthcare, e.g. Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 2
  3. 3. Smart Home Market in Germany. A mass market is starting. Smart Home Market Germany (€€ Billion) Source: Strategy Analytics (2012): “Total Annual Smart Home Revenue – Western Europe”, DT Assumptions Smart Home Services Smart Home Installation Smart Home Hardware 1,0 1,4 1,7 2,0 2,30,2 0,4 0,6 0,8 1,1 0,4 0,5 0,6 0,7 0,8 1,3 0,3 0,6 0,1 1,8 0,1 0,3 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2020 4,2 3,5 2,9 2,3 1,6 1,0 0,4 Depends on defintion + 64% 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 3
  4. 4. §  High broadband penetration §  Increasing usage of smartphones/tablets §  Decreasing prices for components §  Increased awareness through energy debate (especially in Germany) §  Pull effects slowly building through trials and first mass-market offers §  Increasing willingness of partners to join an open, standardized platform Why now joining the Smart Home market? 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 4
  5. 5. Significant Industry Interest. Energy utilities Heating, AC & Ventilation Household appliances Electric installat‘n manufacturers Consumer electronics Security, Home monitoring Health, Assisted living Photovoltaics Differentiation, Customer Retention, Growth Remote Management/Diagnostics Customer Insights, Customer Demand Key Drivers: 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 5
  6. 6. Current Market Situation. §  Offers are difficult to understand for customers §  Proprietary systems with limited choice for §  Hardware (sensors, actuators) §  Applications §  Limited Usability Experience (too complex) §  Either DIY solutions of (expensive) premium offers Need for a standardized platform for the mass market 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 6
  7. 7. What is needed to open the Smart Home Market? §  Devices from multiple manufacturers §  Extensible protocols (wireless, wired, IP based) §  Easy-to-use setup & configuration §  Applications from multiple providers, incl. free developers §  Easy remote access to devices, services, applications §  Standardized APIs for the Smart Home An Open Eco System for the Smart Home 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 7
  8. 8. Our Vision for 2020. > 50% of households will be smart in 2020 QIVICON as the leading platform 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 8
  9. 9. The Open Eco System based on the QIVICON Platform. Configuration & Basic Client Partner Ecosystem QIVICON – the base for the smart home SDK/Portal incl. Shop End-customer relationship Backend -PlatformHome Base Service-, Devices- and Developmentpartners 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 9
  10. 10. The QIVICON Home Base. 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 10
  11. 11. The QIVICON Home Base. Hardware Specifications. §  1-Core ARM v11, 600 MHz §  512 MB RAM §  2 GB Flash §  TPM Module §  4 USB Slots §  Ethernet §  Optional 3G Stick §  Optional Battery Pack Wireless HA connectivity: §  HomeMatic (built-in) §  ZigBee (USB Stick) 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 11
  12. 12. The QIVICON Home Base. Software Specifications. HGI SWEX underpinning: §  Linux OS §  Java VM (CVM, JavaSE7 planned) §  OSGi 4 Runtime (ProSyst) §  ProSyst mBS §  QIVICON APIs Remote Access: §  OAuth2 Authentication §  Synchronous: JSON-RPC §  Server Push: WebSockets 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 12
  13. 13. The QIVICON Home Base. The software stack is based on OSGi. §  Facilitates OSGi standards §  OSGi Security Model will be applied §  Deep integration with JavaVM (CVM, JavaSE under investigation) to ensure platform stability (Resource Management) §  OSGi Service Model heavily used internally (EventAdmin, DMTAdmin, ...) §  QIVICON applications (set of OSGi bundles) will be certified and signed by platform provider (Deutsche Telekom) §  Transparent Connectivity with OSGi based backend §  Remote Management & Provisioning via backend §  Extensible APIs / Services for 3rdParty applications 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 13
  14. 14. Benefits for the end-customers. The best available solution for individual needs. +  Rich choice of attractive and innovative solutions +  Strong brands by the partners +  Sensors and actuators of different manufacturers – everything compatible +  Excellent price/performance ratio +  Connected by radio – no wires, no disruptive opening of walls, mobile when moving +  Future proof, modular expandable and sustainable 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 14
  15. 15. Benefits for the partners. §  Open, standardized and flexible technical solution §  Not limited to DT access customers §  Lower costs due to economies of scale §  DT as competent and reliable partner, driving international standards §  Opportunity to shape the market together with other strong partners §  Differentiation through own customer solutions, sales and installation channels §  Option to sell applicable partner offerings via DT-sales channels 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 15
  16. 16. Overview of QIVICON partners. constantly growing 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 16
  17. 17. … and many challenges to realize the vision. §  Sensors and Actuators immature and/or expensive §  In-house connectivity really challenging §  Wired base: needs electricians (KNX, DigitalStrom), only for new building applicable §  Wireless: reliability, reach, interference, latency times, security, battery life time of sensors §  Standardization of §  wireless standards §  Device abstractions §  Need to engage in international and national initiatives §  Security / Privacy 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 17
  18. 18. Roadmap. QIVICON internal Testphase (since July 2012) External Testphase (planned Q4 2012) Commercial Launch (Q2 2013) Internal Testphase (since March 2012) 2012-10-23Jochen Hiller 18
  19. 19. Thank you for your attention. Contact me: j.hiller@telekom.de

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