CABA Connected Home Council (CHC) Meeting CABA Board Member and CHC Chair, Scott Burnett from IBM, and CABA CHC Vice-Chair, Melissa Simpler from Affinegy, are pleased to announce that the next CABA CHC meeting will be held Wednesday, June 25, 2014 by webinar and conference call. Meeting Time: 12 Noon – 1:30 PM ET Conference Call: 866.740.1260 Access Code: 6861814 Agenda 1. Welcome and Introductions - Scott Burnett (IBM), CHC Chair - Ron Zimmer, CABA President & CEO 2. Review Past Minutes - Scott Burnett (IBM), CHC Chair Agenda 3. Research Update - Greg Walker (CABA) 3.1 Update on CABA’s recently completed ‘Monetization of Connected Homes’ Landmark Research Study 3.2 CABA Landmark Research Study for 2014, ‘Connected Consumer Roadmap: Driven by the Internet of Things’ Connected Consumer Roadmap: Driven by the Internet of Things Agenda 4. CHC White Papers Update – Greg Walker (CABA) 4.1 Convergence of the Connected Home and Car, Keith Robinson, Compass Intelligence Compass Intelligence is proposing a Convergence of the Connected Home and Car white paper research. These two markets are on a collision course for convergence and each market brings an interesting value-proposition to the table. It is believed that some of the offerings that the automotive industry brings to the table such as telematics products like OnStar, would be of great value to home automation companies. There are products and services on both sides of the market spectrum that can help catapult key market participants into a leadership position in the fast evolving market. Working Group: Lavanya Rammohan, Compass Intelligence Valerie Foster, Compass Intelligence 4.2 New Research and White Paper Topics Agenda 5. Industry Profile - Gillian Hobbs (BRE) - Clarke Stevens (CableLabs) 5.1 BRE: US Innovation Park, Portland, Oregon - Gillian Hobbs, BRE 5.2 UPnP Forum - Clarke Stevens, CableLabs Innovation Park – Portland Oregon YOUR LOGO Promoting innovation, science and business OR PICTURE for green building OR IMAGE Gilli Hobbs – Strategy Director Building Futures Group, BRE BRE’s History – Founded in 1921 – Originally owned by Government – Set up to improve the quality of construction & set standards – Authority and impartiality – Privatised in 1997 – Now owned by the BRE Trust Building a better world together… – Research, innovation, consultancy, testing, certification, training – Working in the built environment, but also transport, manufacturing, electronics, retail, agriculture… Innovation Parks summary – 1st one at BRE HQ, in Watford, nr London – Began in 2005 – Intended to demonstrate viability of the Code for Sustainable Homes – Demonstrates the use of 400 different construction innovations in emerging technologies – Over 6,000 schools visits – Other parks in Scotland and Wales. Under development in China, USA, Brazil, Mexico Innovation Park Impacts and Benefits Visitors: • Over 60,000 from all corners of the globe including, built environment professionals, dignitaries, Government ministers. • Over 6,000 school children (Education program visits). • Over 10,000 contacts on the Park’s database Participants: • Over 400 organizations showcasing innovative products • Over £10m industry investment in buildings Influence: • 1:10:100 on BRE England Innovation Park • Directly influenced over 100 developments and demonstrations projects in the UK. • Secured over £15m research & development projects • Received national and global media coverage: Over £5m AVE (Advertising Value Equivalent) • Received over 100 awards and prizes • Produced over 20 publication documents Utilities, M&E examples: Rexel Sigma House “There is no better location in the UK to showcase energy-efficient products than BRE Innovation Park Watford, and high profile visitors, both commercial and ministerial, has undoubtedly improved visibility of Rexel’s capabilities.” – smart home metering, – home networking (voice, data & audio), – Energy demand optimisation – other technologies such as grey-water harvesting in a live working environment Utilities, M&E examples: EDF – energy partners on Retrofit demonstration – Demonstration of sustainable refurbishment – Trialled different insulation, windows, boilers, smart metering and monitoring – Widely disseminated and publicised – Led to involvement in ‘Energy Zone’ £3m Energy Technologies Institute consortium project which aims to develop ways to improve the energy efficiency of over 20 million UK homes that will still be in existence in 2050. Utilities and Innovation examples: British Gas – Smart home – British Gas research project – Reduce home energy requirements – Smart technologies – Sustainable refurbishment – connecting the supply chain – BRE – British Gas partnership – Victorian Terrace = SmartHomes Knowledge Hub – Energy saving products and services – Occupier behaviour patterns from national trials and the Integer House The Integer House revisited… – Research facility for the SmartHomes project – Occupier behaviour patterns with regards to energy consumption – How users interact with control systems and smart metering – Built in 1998 (in 10 weeks) – refurbished as a ‘smarthome’ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVVH4FIdr7Y Examples of buildings: Cub House – 65%-90% of the steel is recycled. – The walls are super-insulated to minimise heat loss. – PV panels on the roof - come with each home as standard. – An exhaust air heat pump was fitted, that ventilates the house as well as provides space heating and hot water. – Rainwater harvesting and water saving devices are standard features. – The house contains A/A+ rated appliances and lowenergy lighting fixtures are used throughout. – Designed to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5. Fabric U-Values (W/m2K) Wall s Glazing Floor Roof 0.21 1.25 0.22 0.16 Air Tightness (m3/h/m2 @ 50 pascals) 2.90 Examples of buildings: Renewable House • Hemcrete, a mix of hemp and lime, was used in the timber frame walls. • The timber and Hemcrete structure, and FSC certified timber windows, deliver low Uvalues and good airtightness. • Thermafleece insulation, made from British sheep's wool, was also used - also keeps the carbon footprint down. • Renewable materials in the paint and furnishings provide a comfortable environment. A new bio-renewable carpet manufactured by DuPont is made from corn and sugar. Fabric U-Values (W/m2K) Wall s Glazing Floor Roof 0.19 1.30 0.10 0.16 Air Tightness (m3/h/m2 @ 50 pascals) 2.00 Examples: Landscaping – Imaginative play spaces for children, community gardens and a meeting point. – Innovative artwork, and a pedestrian and cycle link. – Wildlife-friendly gardens and diverse planting of native trees and fruitbearing species enhance the local ecology and enrich biodiversity. – Recycled paving/furniture in the homezone, picnic and seating areas – A variety of porous paving systems provide sustainable drainage systems (SUDs). – Wi-Fi benches for a connected community and a work-from-home environment – Living green wall, which comprises plants growing on a supporting structure. Occupancy Monitoring During a 6-month period of real occupation – Indoor air quality – Thermal comfort and potential for overheating – Moisture levels (both in the indoor environment and within the building fabric) – Performance of the ventilation system – Occupant activity diary and questionnaires – Simulated extra-occupancy BRE International Innovation Parks – Building a Virtual Network BREEAM & Three Star BREEAM和三星 http://ipark.bre.co.uk/page.jsp?i d=59 Vanke 1. Largest real estate developers in China 2. Founded in 1984 and privately owned 3. Chairman: Mr Wang Shi, President: Mr Yu Liang; 4. Over 23,000 employees 5. Built over 75 million homes 6. Meet China ‘3 Star’ Green Building Standard by 2015 7. Challenges • supply chain - innovation & technology • capacity & skills • master planning and house design • construction management 8. Beijing Green Building Park (400,000m2 site in Fangshan District, Bejing) PISAC – University of Brasilia – £2m funding for enabling works and initial research: • • • • Carbon impact modelling/evaluation BREEAM SBEM: energy modelling Post occupancy evaluation – Possible prototypes of: • Minha Casa Minha Vida phase 3 • Low embodied impact products and materials • Building to new construction quality norm 15575 – Managed by Prof. Raquel Blumenschein – BRE University Centre of Excellence chair US Innovation Park Mission Accelerate the commercialization and adoption of green building products and services into the American mainstream US Innovation Park - East Portland – Number of sites evaluated with key partner – Portland Development Commission (PDC) – Site offers great transport links – MAX, cycle and I-205 highway – Land available for timeframe, greenfield within urban boundary – PDC own the site and mixed use permanent development in motion – Integral to the regeneration programme for Lents – priority for PDC and Mayor’s office – Community stakeholders keen (charette) and neighbourhood leaders excited by the possibilities for job and skills growth – First IP to be integrated in the community – Nearby attraction Zenger gets 8000 visitors/yr, also Leach Botanical Gardens nearby Concept layout Summary of Opportunities R&D – Smart metering and Smart monitoring - Real time display, user interaction – Test interoperability of systems and products – Low carbon energy systems and product – Short to long term testing and development – reduce the performance gap – Focal point for research partnerships, public/private/academia – Supply chain development and integration Business development areas – Improved consumer engagement and service based business models – Publicity and marketing of new services and products – Training and education of employees and supply chain – Wider educational and community awareness programmes – International knowledge and networking platform Any Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org UPnP Update to CABA June 2014 Clarke Stevens CableLabs UPnP Forum Steering Committee Director & Technical Committee Chair Outline • About UPnP Forum • UPnP Technology Overview • UPnP+ • UPnP Cloud • UPnP Internet of Things • Other UPnP activities UPnP Forum: What, Where, Who • The world’s leading standard (ISO/IEC 29341) defining device interoperability interfaces • Billions of installed devices • • • • • Every Windows PC since Windows ME Every home router and media NAS Every PS3 and Xbox 360 Every Wi-Fi device with Wi-Fi Protected Setup Most connected TVs, Blu-ray players, and smart phones • More than 1000 members; basic membership is free • Current Steering Committee: CableLabs, Cisco Systems, Intel, LG Electronics, PacketVideo, Samsung, TP Vision, ZTE Corp. About UPnP Forum • Develops consensus-driven Internet Protocol (IP) technical specifications to enable device-to-device interoperability through Discovery and Control • Certifies implementations conforming to these standards • Member companies participate and develop extensions to the UPnP Device Architecture (UDA), which defines how to use IP to communicate between devices, and Device Control Protocols (DCPs), which are services between devices • Members of UPnP Forum include market leaders in computing, printing and networking, consumer electronics, home appliances, automation, control and security, and mobile products UPnP Forum Goals • In an open environment, develop standards for interoperable device services using common technologies: TCP/IP, SOAP and XML • Balance protection of member investment in technology with confidence in ability to implement under royalty-free terms • Encourage rapid and broad industry deployment of compliant devices UPnP Technology • Innovate on established Internet standards • XML, UDP/TCP/IP, SOAP • Create open, flexible architecture for service discovery and control • • • Simple Service Discovery Protocol (SSDP) Generic Event Notification Architecture (GENA) Service Control Protocol Description (SCPD/DDD) • UPnP Device Architecture (UDA) • • • • • • 0 Addressing: IP assignment on any network (AutoIP) 1 Discovery: Of services/devices (SSDP) 2 Description: Syntax for devices/services (SCPD/DDD) 3 Control: Of device services (SOAP) 4 Eventing: Updates of variables (GENA) 5 Presentation: Access to device HTML page • Device Control Protocols (DCPs) • • APIs for various device functionality Described using SCPD syntax and UDA protocols UPnP Architecture Diagram • Extensible, open architecture UPnP Technology Interactions UPnP+ • Extends UPnP’s leadership in standards-based machine-tomachine (M2M) communications by cloud-enabling all existing UPnP specifications (and existing devices)—an approach of adapt & adopt, not re-invent • Incorporates newest UPnP specifications, including audio/video, energy management, and security; fully integrates IPv6 while offering seamless backwards compatibility for IPv4 • Enables device organization by “rooms”, providing simple-yetpowerful consumer configuration and personalization capabilities—share your living room across town or across the globe, simply and securely • Expands protocol bridging capabilities, including broader support for sensors, health monitoring, and energy management • Facilitates the always-connected lifestyle while driving UPnP devices to the core of the Internet of Things UPnP Cloud • UPnP Cloud is an Annex to the UPnP UDA much like IPv6. It is referred to as UDA Cloud Annex or UCA. • UCA defines a profile of XMPP that can be added as a “wrapper” to a UPnP device or control point, making them a UPnP Cloud Capable Device (UCCD) or Control Point (UCC-CP) respectively. It allows them to connect to other devices and control points via an XMPP server (UPnP Cloud Server or UCS). • In essence, this allows all DCPs to be leveraged to the Cloud. UPnP Internet of Things (IoT) • New activity in UPnP Forum! • UPnP IoT is collecting use cases, technical requirements and developing an architecture to meet IoT requirements consistent with the UPnP ecosystem. • The Architecture requirements at a basic level: • • • • • • Top level connectivity is IP Define a simple way to accommodate new devices Be able to integrate diverse networks (ZigBee, Zwave, ANT …) Support devices in diverse locations Provide reliable security Curate IoT device interfaces and make them easily definable and accessible. UPnP Internet of Things Assets • UPnP Device Architecture • Discovery, security, management, control, eventing, IPv6, etc. • DCPs • Lights/switches, thermostat, blinds, Digital Security Cameras, A/V • SensorManagement • DCPs condensed to XML structure • Bridging to other protocols • Actuator control • Cloud Annex • Cloud architecture based on XMPP Other UPnP Activities • Multi-Screen • DCPs recently completed and under member review • Enables automatic discovery of multi-screen capable services, and coordinate and synchronize between applications on any number of screens • Man-to-Device Interaction • Architecture requirements being defined • Enables gesture-recognizing utilities, voice-recognizing utilities and wearable utilities as control points to interact with UPnP Services. Summary • Open standards are essential to the ecosystem and consumers • UPnP Forum’s open specifications are the basis for and continue to lead standardization of device discovery and control interfaces • Evolution of the technology provides innovation while maintaining backward compatibility with existing products • UPnP is very widely deployed (billion+ devices!) • UPnP+ will allow control for mobile, cloud, and IPv6 • Lots of exciting work being done! Questions? Agenda 6. New Business – Scott Burnett (IBM), CHC Chair Potential work and projects that CABA should undertake or forward to the CABA Board of Directors: http://www.caba.org/board Agenda 7. Information - Scott Burnett (IBM), CHC Chair - Greg Walker (CABA) 7.1 CABA Strategic Plan 7.2 CABA Marketplace Link: http://homeandbuildingautomationmarketplace.com 7.3 Anti-Spam Legislation Link: http://fightspam.gc.ca/eic/site/030.nsf/eng/home Agenda 8. Adjournment (1:30PM ET) - Scott Burnett (IBM), CHC Chair Next CHC Meeting – Webinar – October/November ======================================= You can view all CHC participants, past minutes, etc. at: http://www.caba.org/connected-home-council . Don’t hesitate to contact the CABA office (613.686.1814 X228/ 888.798.CABA) if you have any questions about the forthcoming CHC meeting.