FOKUS FUSECO Forum 2015
Thu., Nov. 05, 2015 to Fri., Nov. 06, 2015 , Berlin, Germany

DAY 1 - Thursday, NOV 5, 2015 - Tutorials & Workshops

8:30 - 10:00 REGISTRATION

TUTORIALS A & B RUN CONCURRENTLY

Tutorial A - 10:00 - 13:00 

Network Evolution towards the 5G Environment: an Overview of Use Cases and Technology (Radio, Core, Management, NFV and SDN)

The slides are password protected: PDF

With the evolution towards 5G, the mobile communication ecosystem is foreseen to adopt a new approach aiming at better subscriber service as well as to attract other markets such as industry (Industry 4.0/Industrial Internet) and cloud manufacturing, automotive, safety and security and massive M2M deployments.
With novel paradigms such as everything as a software, software defined radio, edge networking, stateless core networks, cognitive network management,  big data in telco, Network Functions Virtualization, Software Defined Networks and Service Function Chaining, a very high level of customization can be achieved. 
In order to be able to provide a coherent evolution towards 5G, the different stakeholders form the different network domains (radio, core network, backhaul, management, applications, virtualization and devices) have to achieve a common understanding across the complete ecosystem. This will provide the means to achieve meaningful R&D results which can be mapped directly to the 5G software and equipment. 
This half a day workshop will provide a comprehensive mirror of the current status of the network architecture evolution towards 5G, including the 5G radio access network, LTE, WiFi,fixed and satellite network convergence, edge network support, backhaul and fronthaul integration, cognitive self-adaptable management systems, support for highly heterogeneous devices and applications. 
The evolution of the core network and of the management system will be underlined in detail as the main triggers for achieving a more efficient network system. Following, a careful critical attention will be given to the different use cases coming from the telecom as well as from other markets domains and the influence of their requirements on the network architecture. The main focus will be given to the core network functionality beyond 3GPP Evolved Packet Core (EPC) including innovative research items for mobility management, security and access control, QoS and connectivity and device management, monitoring and network management. 
A best practice highly innovative model for the core network architecture model following by the best practices from research will be analysed from the perspective of the 5G requirements and of the migration path from the current operator networks. Then, this tutorial will outline how the major concepts will affect the core network architecture. Additionally, the scope of the SDOs (MVNO, 3GPP, ETSI NFV, IETF, ONF etc.), their initial results and their future directions will be introduced. The tutorial terminates with outlining how the new technology can be brought in a relevant manner to the 5G R&D, the status of live 5G testbeds and later exploited in the 5G ecosystem. Furthermore, the software toolkits and experimentation platforms of Fraunhofer FOKUS/TU Berlin will be introduced, namely Open5GCore, Open5GMTC and OpenSDNCore and the 5G Playground,  enabling demonstrations and hands-on know how accumulation and comprehensive prototyping in the context of academic and industry research.
Agenda:
  • Understanding the context: 5G revolution
  • 5G technology advancement directions
  • 5G use cases analysis
  • Software role, virtualisation and software defined networks
  • Deep analysis of 5G core networks and management systems
  • Best practice research model and standardization activities
  • FOKUS Toolkits and practical examples
Tutorial b - 10:00 - 13:00 

A detailed Perspective on IoT, M2M, Data processing and Cyber-physical Systems required for Industrie 4.0/Industrial Internet and Smart Cities

The slides are password protected: PDF

The evolution of the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication towards Internet of Thins (IoT) is on the way. The number of smart objects ranging from home appliances, infrastructure, transportation, and up to industry 4.0 domain are increasingly connected with the public or private cloud platforms over various type of communication channels. The M2M protocols and technologies focus mainly on the connectivity aspects and the management of the end devices/objects. 

Currently, there are various competing wireless access technologies that address various M2M traffic characteristics. While the 3GPP cellular technologies (2G, 3G, and 4G) try to provide global M2M access with various profiling and business models, emerging technologies associated with new players appear in the M2M market. They rely on low-power wide area technologies such as the ultra-wide band, the TV whitespace or the ultra-long rang spread spectrum. However, the 3GPP community aims to improve the RAN (Radio Access Network) in 4.5G and 5G to meet most of the M2M challenges defined by various vertical domains.

In order to ensure the interoperability across the M2M stack, various standards developing organizations (SDO) have recently promoted standardization activities in the M2M domain. The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) develops mobile Service Enabler specifications, and defines a light-weigh device management enabler. In 2012, the oneM2M consortium was established with the aim of consolidating the standardization work in M2M communication. The first release of oneM2M specification has been announced beginning of this year. Recently, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) published a high-level architecture of the IoT-based architecture for the industry. The tutorial will present most of the key features of theses standards.

While the M2M objective is to connect smart objects with the network platforms, the IoT is stepping toward as a fully integrated Internet, which significantly increases the need for cross-domain applications. In this regard, the IoT aims to ensure the interoperability of data flows across different domains and applications. For instance in smart city, the IoT platform should have the capability to analyses data collected from various vertical domains and provide instant real time solutions for many applications in order to promote positive outcomes. 

  • The M2M tutorial will cover the following topics:
  • M2M and IoT motivations and overview 
  • Economic prospective and related business branches
  • Various wireless access technologies covering local and wide area networks
  • The need for a flexible M2M/IoT communication infrastructure
  • Challenges and requirements of M2M/IoT applications
  • M2M Standard Landscape covering access technologies, transport protocols, networks and up to system architectures such as oneM2M, OMA, 3GPP and IIC
  • Available M2M solutions and platforms
  • Introduction to Fraunhofer FOKUS OpenMTC and Open5GMTC (Open Machine-Type Communication)
  • Demos from different vertical domains 

LUNCH BREAK / DEMOS 13:00 - 13:45

WORKSHOPS 1, 2, 3 RUN CONCURRENTLY

Workshop 1 - 13:45 - 17:15

Towards the 5G Environment

This workshop brings together operators which are currently concentrating on the evolution towards 5G. This includes a variety of technologies including radio and core network evolution, new management mechanisms, network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networks (SDN). The workshop aims to mirror the current stage of 5G development beyond current LTE/EPC deployments, the foreseen challenges, the potential and the expected opportunities as well as the results from the research phase and testbed facilities.
Workshop 2  - 13:45 - 17:15

ICT for Industrie 4.0/Industrial Internet

Workshop 3  - 13:45 - 17:15

The Evolution of IoT/M2M Platforms and Services for various Vertical Domains

WORKSHOP 1 | SESSION 1 - 13:45 - 15:15

Radio and Core Network

Chairs: Dr. Marius Corici, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
Antonio Manzalini, Telecom Italia, Italy

Satellite-terrestrial integration within the 5G environment
Alexander Geurtz, SES, Luxembourg

5G Backhauling / PDF
Luis Miguel Contreras Murillo, Telefonica, Spain

Theme: Generalized Orchestration / PDF
Sławomir Kukliński, Orange Lab, Poland

What Mobile Core Network Architecture Concepts will have an impact on 5G Evolution? / PDF
Jonathan Hart, BT Technology, Service & Operations, UK 

Theme: 5G Core Networks / PDF
Hans Einsiedler on behalf of the EU-Commission and the 5G-PPP Association, Germany

Bringing Software-Defined Technologies into the 5G Arena / PDF
Prof. Raymond Knopp, Mobile Communication Department, Eurecom, France

Service differentiation in mobile networks with NFV, SDN and MEC / PDF
Adam MacHale, CTO Mobility EMEAR, France

WORKSHOP 2 | SESSION 1 - 13:45 - 15:15

Information and Communication Technologies for Industrie 4.0/Industrial Internet and Factories of the Future

How IoE accelerates Industrie 4.0 / Industrial Internet
Dr. Bernd Heinrichs, Managing Director IoE EMEAR & openBerlin IoE Innovation Center, Cisco, Germany

The Architecture of the Industrial Internet / PDF
Stephen J. Mellor, Chief Technical Officer for the IIC, Australia

Industrial Internet of Things: Unleashing the Potential of Connected Products and Services. Findings from the World Economic Forum report
Bodo Körber, Managing Director at Accenture Digital Germany, Germany 

Industry 4.0 - from the vision to the major trend of the economy / PDF
Wolfgang Dorst, Division Manager Industrie 4.0, BITKOM, Germany 

Information and Communication Technologies for Industry 4.0/Industrial Internet and Factories of the Future

This session will provide an overview of current global, European and German initiatives related to industrial internet and industrial communication technologies and will address latest technological advancements in the field of industrial communication, industrial ICT infrastructures and cyberphysical systems enabling Factories of the Future and Industry 4.0/Industrial Internet.

Industrial Internet an Overview

Viewpoints from globally active initiatives (industrial internet consortium), European research initiatives (Factories of the Future) and German initiatives (Industrie 4.0/Industrial Internet) will be presented allowing to identify similarities and differences in approaches and focus.

Industrial Wireless

Wireless spectrum / resource management and wireless SDN mechanisms are allowing for highly resilient, robust and reliable mission critical wireless communication in factories, logistics and distributed construction sites. A whole new level of flexibility and adaptability can be achieved within factories, but also on a large-scale distributed scale ranging from logistics to distributed construction sites.

Industrial ICT Infrastructures and Cyberphysical Systems

Highly flexible, programmable industrial infrastructures, cyberphysical systems, innovative human-machine interfaces are allowing for distributed production, full migration to wireless, remote control and collaborative robotics, smart logistics, and work-piece-centric manufacturing.

WORKSHOP 3 | SESSION 1 - 13:45 - 15:15

The M2M and IoT Platforms as key Enabler for Smart Solutions and Applications

Chair: Philippe Houtteman, Ooredoo, Qatar

M2M Innovation in Middle East / PDF
Philippe Houtteman, Ooredoo, Qatar

oneM2M Standard Status and Key Features of next Release / PDF
Dr. Wolfgang Granzow, Senior Director Technology, Qualcomm CDMA Technologies GmbH, Germany 

IoT Security Requirements and Solutions / PDF
Daniel Godde, Ericsson GmbH, Germany

The Smart Emerging Economy, empowered through tech-laboration
Hugo Van Zyl, Telkom, South Afrika 

The business impact of FIWARE and the startups / PDF
Alexander Berlin, peacefulfish, Germany

This session will address the evolution of M2M towards the IoT and the related platforms and architecture. The workshop will address the challenges from business and technical perspectives of various vertical domains. M2M platform developers and service providers will present their view and experience from current development and deployment activities. 

COffee Break / Demos 15:15 - 15:45

Workshop 1 | Session 2 - 15:45 - 17:15

Virtualization

Chairs: Giuseppe Carella, TU Berlin / Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany

Prof. Dr. Aki Nakao, 5G Japan Promotion Chair, Tokyo University, Japan

Opportunities and Challenges in Software-defined 5G Network Architectures and emerging Agile Eco Systems / PDF
Prof. Dr. Thomas Michael Bohnert, ZHAW, Switzerland

OPOSSUM: A real implementation of Software defined infrastructure / PDF
Martin Herbst, Multikom Austria Telekom GmbH, Austria

Theme: End-to-End SDN: A Unified Framework to Empower Diverse Services / PDF
Eiji Kawai, NICT, Japan

Cloud Browser RTEs and APIs / PDF
Alexandra Mikityuk, Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany

Theme: Telco Business in the Era of SDN and NFV / PDF
Lauri Isotalo, Elisa Corp., Finnland

Orchestration of an EPC-as-a-Service / PDF
Simone Ruffino, Senior Network Engineer at Telecom Italia

The application of Machine Learning and Data Analytics to Network Management for large scale networks / PDF
Robert Mullins, TSSG, Ireland

Theme: LOLTEL: A mostly open-source based fully virtualised experimental MVNO. What we did last year and what we will do next year, and how  you can do it too. / PDF
Werner Eriksen, Telenor Digital, Norway

WORKSHOP 2 | SESSION 2 - 15:45 - 17:15

ICT enablers for Industie 4.0 / Factories of the future

Industrial ICT Infrastructure Boosting New Business Models and Processes / PDF
Edwin Sutedjo, Nokia, Germany

Wireless Automation for Advanced Manufacturing/Industry 4.0 / PDF
Dr. Lutz Rauchhaupt, ifak e.V., Germany

Industrie 4.0 Application Monitoring and Control / PDF
Eckhard Hohwieler, Fraunhofer IPK, Germany

The BERCOM Project - Blueprint for Pan-European Resilient Critical Infrastructures based on evolved LTE COMmunications / PDF
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Wietfeld, TU Dortmund, Germany

Cloud Fieldbus: Connect Industry to Internet
Stefan Vaillant, Cumulocity GmbH, Germany

Industrial Clouds, Analytics, Cybersecurity and Industrie 4.0/Industrial Internet Applications

This session will address industrial data spaces, cloud computing mechanisms and big data analytics as enablers for smart manufacturing, smart logistics and industrie 4.0/Industrial Internet applications. Industrial Cybersecurity will be addressed subsequently raising awareness of the increased demand for highly secure communication, data protection and privacy within 4.0 industries. Finally, industrial applications within factories, but also beyond, ranging from supply chain management, logistics and aftersales applications will be addressed and best practices presented.

Industrial Data Spaces, Clouds and Analytics

Highly secure, reliable and resource efficient cloud-based data spaces, hybrid/multi-cloud network, resource and service orchestration mechanisms (incl. ETSI MANO based Network Function Virtualization Orchestration - NFVO) and mobile/cloud edge computing (MEC) / edge clouds enable globally distributed production, logistics as well as various low latency, real-time applications including real-time video analytics, location services, augmented reality, optimized local content distribution and data caching.

Industrial Cybersecurity

 For industrial communication purposes, data and communication security, access control and privacy play a highly critical role and need to be implemented through holistic security mechanisms already applied at design time.

Applications for smart Factories and Industry 4.0/Industrial Internet

Agile, demand-driven supply chains and logistics, energy efficient production, collaborative robotics, real-time applications allowing for a total view and a total recall of the complete situation within a factory or across construction sites for safety, product and process analytics, smart inventory management applications, aftersales services enabled through smart and connected devices, are only a few examples of how cyberphysical systems and industrial communication help to become more efficient, more flexible and more adaptive to changing factors.

WORKSHOP 3 | SESSION 2 - 15:45 - 17:15

Innovative M2M/IoT Solutions and Applications

Chair: Dr.-Ing. Adel Al-Hezmi, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany 

SmartSantander: Experimenting on a Future Internet enabled Smart City / PDF
Luis Sanchez, SmartSantander WP3 Leader, University of Cantabria, Spain

The end of M2M and the rise of Enterprise IoT / PDF
Emil Berthelsen, Machina Research, UK

IoT and 5G, a perspective / PDF
Roberto Minerva; Telecom Italia, Italy

Design and IOT, from both and 'object' and a 'service' perspective / PDF
Gus Desbarats, Alloy Chairman, UK

reThink: Disruptive Communication Infrastructure for Smart Cities / PDF
Joachim Schonowski, Senior Innovation and Project Manager, T-Labs, Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany 

In this session, various vertical domains are presented and the related challenges are discussed with experts from different domains. Innovative applications, data analytic, and practical experience are the key message of this session.

Panel Discussions 17:10 - 18:00

Workshop 1 | Panel Discussion 17:10 - 18:00

Opportunities and Challenges in Software-defined 5G Network Architectures and emerging Agile Eco Systems
Chair: Prof. Dr. Thomas Michael Bohnert, ZHAW, Switzerland
Workshop 2 | Panel Discussion 17:10 - 18:00

Panel Industrie 4.0/Industrial Internet

Workshop 3 | panel discussion 17:10 - 18:00

The M2M/IoT Panel will wrap up both M2M sessions and discusses the evolution of M2M/IoT platforms and the associated ecosystems over the previous years. As mass-market adoption for M2M/IoT in various vertical domains such as smart cities, industry 4.0/industrial Internet, etc. is progressing at a reasonable rate, the panelist will discuss the current key challenges and potential solutions based on their experts or successful stories.