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very interesting. usefull

Iron

I'm not working on any IOT.

Iron

Thank you Charles and Jennifer.

Iron

How to differentiate IoT from industry 4 and M2M?

Iron

What standards or regulatory rules are you using?

No one at the moment

Thanks Mr Lord, You present very properly, reminds me of teachers I had that were there.

Iron

What communications channels are you using?

Wifi

Thank you very much

Iron

i started in 1970 in remote control for some indystry appl. now everything is already intefrated in remote control via thisIoT and IIoT.

Iron

I think we have covered everything except specific security and IPv6 questions for today. THANKS AGAIN for your participation and I look forward to "seeing" you tomorrow!

Iron

@cjlord,Don Pancoe  thanks! That's my take, too, and I'll be interested to hear more about energy-efficient networking and the role of gateways/cross-protocol translators in IIOT...

Iron

and jmelotte - I agree!

Iron

We try to go 30 mins. Do you have a question? This system stays up for a while

Iron

up to what time the live chat will continue this monday ?

Iron

I did.  I speak medican

 

Iron

please read medical devices

Iron

i think that there is a big potential also for the medican devices, potable and fix

Iron

@jonf - it depends (I always hate that answer!)... uP processing can be done for a MUCH simpler protocol within a subnet then it's data (or control) can be translated via a router to/from IPv6.  Not every node needs everything.

Iron

@jonf - Internet Protocol (IP) is quite energy inefficient for low-power, wireless devices. 6LoWPAN is supposed to address that, but it isn't really its own wireless physical layer, as I understand it.

Iron

Thanks for a great overview.

What other markets do you see?

Industrial Automation, Aerospace.

Thanks Charles, see all tomorrow.

Iron

Question #... Other Markets.

Answer #... Green Energy Control

Iron

will have to see how this evoloves. Thanks for the informative overview Mr Lord. Seems you have been involved for awhile (read your overview).

Iron

Is IPv6 an appropriate protocol for use with coin-cell or energy-harvesting wireless remote sensor networks which require end-to-end bidirectional addressability?

Iron

Thanks all for your participation. Back tomorrow! CP

Iron

And here I've finally gotten an inuitive understanding of IPv4 addressing, and now I have to learn IPv6 addressing. IPv4 is still common in most of the enterprise networks I work with, however.

Iron

See you all tomorrow

Iron

Bobtronics - Freescale and Renesas have *some* along those lines, I am currently working with both to add to their libraries!

Iron

@bobtronics I've worked with connecting 8-bit ATMELs to an internet connection to push/pull data rest-fully, tho without TLS, which frustrates me

Iron

Charles' question was: Are you currently working on an IoT project?

No, I'm not.

@cjlord, @ Don Pacoe, that's reassuring, maybe it worths some leraning time to be invested in it.

Iron

@schancey - thanks for the IEEE link. I think that group will be an important part of sorting this out over the next few years!

Iron

IOT IIOT is a very interesting concept, but without oversight, it could turn into privacy security mess that you have going on now with internet as it stands now. It was built for communications (cold war survival) and not security. What is in place to prevent the same senerio as the one that is taking place now?. Proactive is better than reactive. Esp in the area of IIoT. Many other issues, but this a simple question within a statement.

Iron

Thank you Charles and Jennifer

@pintilei - IPv4 adress are running out globally, but since the USA originally doled them out, we kept a lot for ourselves and still have some left. Other countries are already using IPv6 because they have no IPv4 addresses left.

Iron

@pintilei, IPv6 should last us for a while. But we also thought 64K was enough memory for a PC at one time also...

Iron

Thanks Charles, EDN and D-K!

Iron

I have not had full audio access but the presentation is quite helpful.

I will have full access by next section tomorrow.

Thank you Charles

"IPv6 uses a 128-bit address, allowing 2128, or approximately 3.4×1038 addresses,"

From Wikipedia

We have already run out of IPv4 addresses.

Iron

Charles, Jennifer et al thank you.

Iron

And as I will address this week, there is a HUGE issue with the older systems' data collected will not be compatable with other systems. So how do we make sure that a temperature from a Johnson Controls wired sensor will be interpreted the same as a wireless from ACME IoT Inc? (yes ficticious, unless bought by Wile E Coyote)

Iron

@cjlord - great presentation! Since every little gizmo gets nowadays an IP address, do you foresee a shortage if IP addresses? Or is this valid for the next generation (2050 or so)?

Iron

Microchip has some "how to connect to the internet" type application notes (e.g. AN731). So they are trying to help embedded engineers get onto the internet. Anybody else doing that at that very nitty gritty level?

 

Iron

haven't yet dealt with too many compliance-related issues (other than the obvious FCC etc)

Iron

Thanks for every body that makes me findout that IOT is everything ...

no limit ...  lets IOT ...

 

 

Iron

EmbeddedX - short answer? Buzzword. But there are real concerns that we are now adding many orders of magnitude of new nodes in the network and we need to figure out what to do with them and how to deal with the data, communications, and processing load. So yes this new IoT is real, but there are some who are branding the "old" things - such as ZigBee - as a "new" IoT.

 

Iron

Also Charle as you pointed it out we have so many Wired and Wireless Protocols in the industry for last 40 years or so. And there are many devices using one or more of these protocols. 

The question is this: In the world of Internet of thing Should have more Bridge Protocols invented for interoperability or the industry is working on some other IoT communication infratructural mechanisms ?

@EmbedXControls: IMHO, I think this IoT has been growing for many years now.  I think that it is just being pointed out as it is about to explode in the sheer volume of devices that will be added in the next few years.

Iron

I mean, my devices are connecrted, your devices are connected. But your device are connecting to my device and vice versa, and we soon won't be middlemen to those conversations!

Iron

http://iot.ieee.org/

Iron

Many of us on here have been working on the IoT before the name caught on. But the idea of EVERYTHING being connected and accessable by someone, or something - there seems to be no limit. 

Iron

Thanks for your patience! Coffee in hand and will be addressing questions.

Please note that I prefer to move questions on IPv6 and security to Wed and Thurs as I will be spending the entire time on those.

Iron

Thank you, very interesing...

 

Iron

thanks for this opportunity 

Iron

@EmbedXControls: Great question. I would love to get a response Charles!

Outstanding, excellent...

Thanks to all of you

We're good

Later,

Iron

is "IOT gateway" a must for connecting multiple nodes to cloud?

Iron

@ Charles - I also have no problem with your lecture being longer than 30 minutes. Lecture as long as you need.

Iron

Thank you Charles and Jennifer

Iron

Thanks Charles and Jennifer

Iron

Charles, we have all kinds of Internet of things for last 20 years. So what is really new in this new Terminology of IoT ? Is it that we are adding Internet connectivity capability to small devices or devices we never thought needed internet access. What is this ?

Thanks for the overview...

Iron

Thank you for your interesting presentation!

 

Iron

thanks , that's quite an interested community

Iron

Thanks,  I'll be here tomorrow.

Very good lecture thank you very much

Thanks for a great presentation Charles!

 

Iron

Thank you Charles, Jennifer, and Digi-Key

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Coffee refill and I'll be right back to answer questions! Thanks for participating!

Iron

Thanks Charles, Jenifer, DN, Digi-Key, Et.Tal.

Iron

Thanks, Charles and Jennifer

Iron

@Charles: My prefered ratio of lecture/live chat would be:

45min lecture / 15-20 min live chat.

So you are very good!

Iron

we are looking at zigbee for sensors

 

Thank you Charles.

Iron

@ Charles, Jennifer,

Thank you,

Iron

Thanks Charles.  Lots of good info to digest

Iron

Thanks Charles, great overview to IoT

4-20ma with Open CAN

 

Iron

Thanks for the lecture

Iron

are there any rebutable  pulblished security standards or recomendations on the net.

Thank you Charles.Good overview.

Iron

Will there be enough bandwidth on the Interent?

Iron

?? How does cell phone protocol work with IOT?  I.E. Do they compliment each other?

Iron

Thank you Charles & Jennifer

Iron

Thanks Charles and Jennifer.

Iron

Very good lecture Charles

Iron

Thank you!  Interesting.

Iron

no standards beyond those mentioned

Iron

IEEE recent lauched a new standard project P2413: "This standard defines an architectural framework for the Internet of Things..."

Iron

Q: Are there any communications standards that you are considering using?

A: Depends on the application, the available hardware, and site considerations.

Iron

Wow.  Great overview!  Thanks.

Iron

IEEE, SAE, ISO, GSMA stds.

Iron

Good afternoon from Florida

Zigbee vs Bluetooth on 2.4 GHz and data integrity as well as signal integrity

Thank you Charles and Jennifer.

Iron

Still learning which standards of all of them that we should learn about.

Iron

Voluntary participation in using your PC or smart phone to gather data for scientific research (CO2 levels, temperature, etc.)

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The end! Don't forget to stay on for the live chat.

Just trying to get a handle on some of the standards.

Iron

Thank you Charles!  Oustanding as always.

Iron

802.11 and OpenCAN

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J1939, 1553, SpaceLink

Iron

only standards mentioned

Iron

@MDOW2020:  You could scan the TV stations to look for empty channel spaces to transmit.

Iron

FCC rules often conflict with NTIA rules for spectrum use and spectrum power.  This becomes an issue in federal governemnt/local government interfaces.

Iron

Charles' question was: What standards or regulatory rules are you using?

 

None right now.

Iron

No standards at this time.

Iron

to meet avionic standards

Iron

PACs medical imaging transport

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Not at the moment

Iron

Charles' question was: What standards or regulatory rules are you using?

trying to use WiFi

Iron

TV Whitespace... great range... but, depending on the city there may be no available channels. Tough to build a system around bandwidth which may not be there.

Iron

@ Don Pancoe - I first learned about SON in practive from the LTE cellular standard. They have an adaptive algorithm to cope with routing.

Iron

5GB will be overloaded soon too

Iron

Here one; Smart-Red-Light Cameras.  (complete Oxymoron) the dumbest, most frustrating traffic assist development ever.

gps and geo-location technology will need to become more precise to get accuracies better thant the current 3 meter level.  agriculture now has augmented-gps with resolution down to 2-5 CENTIMETERS

Iron

(very) late greetings from Detroit. :)

Is Smart the same as Green the same Organic?. A little overused, unless certified as such. No reg body exsists to do that certification.

Iron

 

I have an autostart system on my car that has a sensor that if someone wants to contact me while it is locked it will send it to my key fob.

Iron

@fumblethumb - right.  FIltering methodologies. 

Not that Cisco knows about it self organising. SomeBODY will have to provide all the alternate paths to reach from A to B

Iron

devices seem smart but only as smart as those who program it, until the next software upgrade

Iron

@JimT I would hope that when doctors are handed all that data, they are given the right tools to gain insight from it. Data overload is only a problem if it is presented in a bad way.

My toaster has a uP.  It burns the toast just as well as the old one.  8*)

 

Iron

The economics of smart trucks makes a lot more sense than smart cars IMHO

Iron

@pintilei - weren't Ethernet and TCP/IP networks supposed to be self-organizing? Yet I seem to spend as much time provisioning IP networks and I would have configuring TDM circuits.

Iron

What communications channels are you using?

WiFi, USB, RS232.

Iron

use qam on exsisting carriers to handle data flow

Iron

using: proprietary short-range RF, ethernet, wifi

experimenting with: BTLE, various 802.15.4

interested in: 6lowpan

Iron

try sim900 from simcom for m2m mobile gprs very relaible ... 

 

Iron

Concern of Data-Overload for Humans: Just because the technology exists, doesn't necessarily mean it will be valued by the people in the culture.  Health care reports to Doctors for example. I envision volumes of tedious data streaming to Drs getting overwhelmed and ready to scream!

Robotics would be a big one too.

Iron

IoT projects?  Looking into HamWAN.  (HamWAN.org)

Iron

Self-Organising Networks might become part of the solution

 

Iron

What communications channels are you using?

CAN, WiFi

Iron

Interested in M2M mobile phone network.

Iron

Charles' question was: What other markets do you see? 

Remote data collection; weather, apparatus operation.

Solar application and control

Iron

RE Data overload: sensor fusion, data preprocessing close to the source before moving it across to a server

Iron

Ethernet IP and Zigbee

Iron

particularly automatic hauling vehicles

Iron

Charles just asked about specific Wireless issues concerns for reliability.  AT&T U-verse Wireless Modems are chronically intermittent. This webinar for example!  Wow, was the bandwidth choppy!

Hash-tag  I need a new ISP !

So if it is going to be "Internet" then does it require HTTP protocol?  Does that pretty well exclude all communication like Zigbee that is more like a serial protocol?  CAN is listed, but not recognized as an Intranet type protocol

Iron

Bluetooth LE, Zigbee/Xbee. There doesn't seem to be one fits-all wireless PAN technology out there yet. 6LoWPAN?

Iron

and don't forget many regulators require storage of this data for years (e.g., financial firms must keep records for 3 years)

 

Iron

I'm launching a project using dynamic QR codes and GeoMapping to create a History Trail system that small town historical societies will use to create their own trail segments. www.thehistorytrail.org please excuse the glitches, we're just getting started.

Iron

Charles' question was: Are you currently working on an IoT project?

No

Iron

We use WIFI, LTE, CAN, Serial, and USB

We're working on Intranet of thing....i.e. multi-level but isolated from the outside world for security and safety reasons

Iron

Nordic RF modules, local, cheap, simple, resource friendly - send to central collection point to get on WiFi if needed.

Iron

WiFi, cellular, CAN, other wired networks.

Iron

Q: What communications channels are you using?

A: Planned for WiFI, RFID, CAN, and any others.

Iron

Also, water quality monitoring.

Iron

Blue Tooth and WiFi but there is still the question of fail safe connectivity.

 

Iron

profibus, modbus all the twisted pair comms

Iron

Bluetooth, WIFI, Modbus TCP, Ethernet IP, Profinet, Zigbee

Iron

CAN but interested more in WIFI

No current IoT project

Iron

wifi and bluetooth

Iron

low power wireless is an interest for future projects.

Iron

Looking into HART

Iron

advertising and marketing is missing from the list of industries

Iron

Using BTLE to connect to multiple devices

Iron

Using WiFi and PAN (ZigBee - proof of concept for a wireless sensor network)

Iron

UHF RFID, BTLE, WLAN, WWAN, NFC

Iron

zigbee, wifi, bluetooth and wired ethernet.

Iron

Security is always a good area.

Iron

Pretty basic TCP/IP over fiber or copper ethernet.

Iron

I am working on a device which uses Z-WAVE (Low Power WPAN) protocol for IoT - Home Automation

Medical device communications

using Zigbee and wi-fi

Gold

If you consider the automotive applications, then we are working on a considerable number of IoT apps.

Iron

I'm using WiFi and 10/100BaseT.

Iron

Wifi and BTLE mostly

Iron

RS485 is still very prevalent.

Iron

Charles' question was: What communications channels are you using?

yes, currently working on IoT projects

Iron

Agricultural market is missing

 

 

Iron

interesting point

Iron

Entertainment market.

Iron

Q: Are there any other markets for IioT?

A: Most other markets could be considered as sub markets of those listed

Iron

The bigger problem I see with Wi-Fi in my work is interference. There are so much Wi-Fi devices out there, even a strong signal doesn't mean you can get through.

Iron

I see as an application for Automatic vehicle location ..

 

Iron

Hello cjlord; there really is some engineering going on here in Weatern NC!

Iron

Security in every phase of life.

Iron

@Raja-  I'm kind of wondering if it will eventualy be the ease of how it is done.  For a SCADA system you had to know what information a device has and pull the information out of it.  For IIoT they are generally web based and show web pages.  Eventually the IIoT might just be a collection of web pages from devices linked into a loose network of ethernet devices.

Iron

tracking of food through the supply chain....has item been kept within its optimal parameters (for example)

Iron

I have a home automation Z wave system using the Vera 3

Iron

Watching our borders for illegal entries.

Iron

Security industry

Iron

interested in other non-IP communication protocols for local WANs: MQTT-S, etc...

Iron

Other than personal health, nope.

Iron

Building Information Management Systems encompass everything from the earliest design, through contstruction to daily maintenance and eventual retrofit.

Iron

entertainment and performance uses multiple sensors to monitor physical activty.

Iron

I expect there will be a market for vehicle IoT, not limited to commercial vehicles.

Iron

water monitoring

Iron

Materials Processing?

Iron

I'm only concerned with industrial automation

Iron

Entertaintment industry

Iron

I can't think of any other markets.

Iron

Security industry

Iron

What other markets do you see?

Aerospace

Iron

Charles' question was: Are you currently working on an IoT project?

No.

Iron

markets could include security monitoring and response.

Iron

I have a home automation Z wave system using the Vera 3

Iron

Fire detection and automatically responding in california.

Iron

Other than personal health, nope.

Iron

I'm in Industrial Automation, so I'm covered.

Iron

retail data analytics

Iron

 In construction industry, parts complying with the building codes.

Iron

Charles' question was: What other markets do you see?

Mobile apps/control

Iron

Wildlife tracking

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Monitor tagged employees, pets, prisnoners, souses, etc.

Iron

thanks for your  explanation ..

 

Iron

@Genius - I, too, am trying to understand the difference between traditional SCADA and the IIoT. Maybe it will have more to do with extracting manufacturing process data for business processes? Or perhaps a broad-based IIoT mentality just makes traditional SCADA easier to implement because hardware, software and process are more likely to be aligned out-of-the box?

Iron

you can get wired M2M going to a hub wihc has a LAN connection to internet...It should then be IoT

 

 

Iron

Each appliance and device in a home could be talking to each other.

Iron

Better late than never. Mandatory staff meetings are a real pain.

Iron

M2M seems a IOT if IOT is wire less...

 

Iron

So going by the definition that IIoT is mission critical, that is the definition of SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Aquisition) that I have been doing for years.  I question whether IIoT must be mission critical, or just simply serving information to those people that want to see them.

Iron

Looking at expanding home networkiing

Well-being monitoring.

Iron

Gym equipment talking to your cell phone and the phone sends data to your doc/healt provider...

And/Or to health insurance. Just thinking out loud.

Iron

Yes. Remote home monitoring systems.

cheking the possibiltes for AVL ap. 

 

Iron

Interested in internet protocols... MQTT, TCP, UDP, etc. Which is most common and/or preferred?

Iron

Indeed, for industruial, M@M seems to be more appropriate than IoT?

 

Iron

investigating if it makes sense for me to work on IoT

Iron

We are kind of working on an IOT industrial for the mining industry. We Collect all kind of data from various sensors and forward it using network system

will the addresses be recycled when old devices are out of circulation? what protocol will be used?

Iron

In Industrial Automation much of the IOT from industry seems to come out of the Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Group ideas of the mid to late 90s. We were working on the design of interconnected Industrail systems an information sharing and decision making devices from the mid 90s. What's new to me is the small MCU based sensor work we are doing.

Iron

Doing preliminary investigations of a possible IoT project.

Iron

I just finished an IoT project using a Raspberry Pi to capture pictures of smoke from a smokestack and automatically save the pictures on a monitoring computer.

Iron

Are there backup or failsafe considerations if the internet does go down and how much will that comprise.  Meaning no loss of functionality.

 

Iron

I am working on an IIoT project.

The thing that I want to know is, "how to connect my Android to the internet."

Pretty much the nuts and bolts, but  enought to get me off the  ground.

 

Iron

not at the moment

Iron

Projects: Working on the Connected Car(Telematics)

Iron

Initial phase of project development

Iron

? @Charles

Ditto @rick753. Also the environment impacts (Slide 8: "50B connected devices")

 

Iron

yes, involving audio systems and sensors

Iron

I have both BSEE and MS Industrial Design degrees. The IoT is exactly where I see those two areas converging. I am working on IoT-enabled designs right now, but they are unfortunately under NDAs.

Iron

At hobbyist level only at this time.

 

Iron

Plan to enable our systems to be conected.

Iron

Not working on a current IOT project

hello, Ed from Mex

 

Iron

Not sure exactly

 

Iron

Q:  Are you working on IoT projects

A: Not currently.  Other projects need to be done first. IoT is being considered.

Iron

Yes I am working on an internally conected system due to security.

Iron

Yes, although it is not called IIoT.  In industrial I am doing Andon, inventory managment, and will soon start some SCADA

Iron

project interest: retail - in-store customer behavior monitoring

Iron

Industrial controller project is kinda-sorta-IIoT

 

Iron

I have a question about Assignments of IPV6 addresses !

no IoT projects yet. personal interest right now.

Iron

none yet but the general topic keeps coming up

Iron

Not at the moment.

Iron

Personal projects only, at this time

Iron

@Kevin: IPV6 gives you billions of billions possible IP addresses, a lot more than IPV4

Iron

No not working on IoT

Iron

just tinkering with some things

Gold

I am working on a IPV6 based IoT device

 

IPv4- 32bit address, IPv6- 128 bit, both unique

Iron

Not working on project yet.  Mostly concerned about ensuring security without draining power.

Iron

Not at the moment.

Iron

IPV4 was running out of addresses

What is the primary difference btw IPV4 and IPV6?

 
 

Yes, working on IoT projects

Iron

Charles' question was: Are you currently working on an IoT project?

will all devices have unique addreses?

 

Iron

@kevin C - IPV6 enlarges the available address range.  IPV4 is "full".

Iron

hello from Mishawaka

Iron

Charles, at some point please address the vulnerabilities that come along with everything being connected, e.g. Stuxnet & other worms or destructive code

Iron

What is the primary difference btw IPV4 and IPV6?

Iron

hello from midwest sorry late

Iron

Is this also termed the "Industrial Internet of Things" and is there a difference.  I have hear the term IIoT several time in relation to manufacturing.

 

Iron

Hello from Atlanta

 

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