Re: [Bnbsg] Fwd: IoT Theme for IETF 90 Bits-N-Bites Program

Drew Dvorshak <dvorshak@isoc.org> Mon, 28 April 2014 16:32 UTC

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From: Drew Dvorshak <dvorshak@isoc.org>
To: Alexa Morris <amorris@amsl.com>, "bnbsg@ietf.org" <bnbsg@ietf.org>
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Subject: Re: [Bnbsg] Fwd: IoT Theme for IETF 90 Bits-N-Bites Program
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On 4/28/14, 11:40 AM, "Alexa Morris" <amorris@amsl.com>; wrote:

>Not sure this email made it to the full Steering Group List so forwarding
>in case. 
>
>Begin forwarded message:
>
>> From: Alexandru Petrescu <alexandru.petrescu@gmail.com>;
>> Subject: Re: IoT Theme for IETF 90 Bits-N-Bites Program
>> Date: April 18, 2014 at 6:26:27 AM PDT
>> To: Alexa Morris <amorris@amsl.com>;
>> Cc: Lemon Ted <ted.lemon@nominum.com>;
>> 
>> Hi Alexa,
>> 
>> Thank you for the request and I will be happy to provide some feedback.
>> 
>> (I am not sure whether you consider regular IETF attendees, or
>>otherwise, or both.)
>> 
>> A few answers come quickly to my head, but maybe it is not the right
>>way, depending on discussion.
>> 
>> In one dimension, one would stimulate the following:
>> - demo on table with small devices blinking and maybe a larger screen.
>> - video footage of a demo performed in a lab or house or road, which
>>  would be difficult to transport to Toronto.
>> 
>> In another dimension, one would contact persons who already performed
>>or supervised IoT demos at recent private events during IETF, related to
>>IoT, e.g.:
>> - Jari Arkko (Ericsson): demo of IP on a sensor, for household
>>  networking.
>> - Ralph Droms (Cisco): demo of 6lowpan technology on small device.
>> - Tina Tsou (Huawei) and SNMP expert: SNMP on house temperature
>>  regulator.
>> - Teemu Savolainen (Nokia and Polar): demo of IP on Nokia smartphone
>>  and Polar sports watch.
>> - hardware designers, or close-to-hardware software implementers, names
>>  of posters in the lwig WG.
>> 
>> In a third dimension, would  would consider IoT technologies according
>>to application domains:
>> - demos of IoT for smart buildings (HVAC, indoor localization,
>>  high-risk buildings).
>> - demos of IoT for smart homes (automated household, robotic vacuum
>>  cleaners).
>> - demos of IoT for vehicular communications (remote consultation of
>>  vehicle data, v2v communications, 'car as a sensor', 'crowd-
>>  car-sensing'.)
>> - demos of IoT in industrial settings: future manufacturing.
>> 
>> In a more theoretical way, one would consider demos that set light on
>>the following discussion topics:
>> - full IP on the sensor (as opposed to currently 6lo/6lowpan/RPL
>>  technologies which set a breaking barrier between a Router and a
>>  sensor).
>> - nature of the link layers of Things and their way of satisfying
>>  requirements of IP .
>> - multi-stage deployment of IP to the sensor (e.g. QR code reader
>>  connects to the smartphone connects to the Internet).
>> - minimalistic set of IP protocols to run on ridiculously minimalistic
>>  computing and communicating hardware.
>> - bandwidth-constrained but memory-rich Things, or size-constrained but
>>  energy-rich Things. (instead of simply considering 'constrained'
>>  devices).
>> 
>> As for more company names, it is sufficient to check the frequent
>>recent posters and Chairs on the following email lists at IETF:
>> http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/[acronym]/current/maillist.html
>> - 6lo WG
>> - 6tisch WG
>> - RoLL WG
>> - lwig WG
>> - ACE BoF
>> - Core WG
>> 
>> When time allows and inspiration needed, dive into people and company
>>names at RFC 6574 - IAB Report of 2011 Workshop of interconnecting smart
>>objects with the Internet.
>> 
>> These are the answers that come quickly to me, but otherwise, depending
>>on the discussion, maybe I can provide more special contacts.
>> 
>> Yours,
>> 
>> Alex
>> 
>> Le 17/04/2014 23:18, Alexa Morris a écrit :
>>> Carsten, Pascal, Thomas, Alison, Alex,
>>> 
>>> I¹m contacting you all because you were recommended as people who
>>> have knowledge in the Internet of Things space. The IETF Bits-N-Bites
>>> program is officially going forward in Toronto and the theme for the
>>> event is IoT.  We are still figuring out how to organize BnB around a
>>> central theme (which we¹ve not done to date) and we really want this
>>> program to showcase things that will be of genuine interest to our
>>> community.  Based on the feedback we¹ve received from both past
>>> participants and IETF attendees, we are striving to increase the
>>> emphasis on actual technical demonstrations.
>>> 
>>> We also want to develop a more focused method of targeting potential
>>> participants so that we can get the right organizations / companies
>>> in the room. I asked Ted Lemon for some suggestions on who we should
>>> involve, and he recommended all of you. I understand that you may be
>>> too busy to devote any time to this effort, but if you do have a few
>>> moments, I¹m looking for answers to the following questions:
>>> 
>>> 1) What IoT technologies are most appropriate to showcase at BnB?
>>> What would be both interesting and practical in terms of
>>> implementation?
>>> 
>>> 2) Who would be the right people to engage? What  companies or
>>> organizations are doing interesting things in this space and so might
>>> want to participate?
>>> 
>>> If you can point me in the right direction, I¹d be extremely
>>> appreciative. And if you know of others who might be a good resource
>>> to help with an IoT themed BnB program, please send them my way!
>>> 
>>> Regards,
>>> 
>>> Alexa
>>> 
>>> ---------- Alexa Morris / Executive Director / IETF 48377 Fremont
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>>> +1.510.492.4001 Email: amorris@amsl.com
>>> 
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>> 
>> 
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