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The OSGi Service Platform
in the Smart Home and
Energy Management and
Domotic Appliances
Ecosystem
Dr Paul KOPFF EDF R&D
The OSGi Service Platform in the Smart Home and
Energy Management and Appliances Ecosystem
OSGi is an OPEN STANDARD
for MA...
SMART HOMES are the most promising PLAYGROUND
for integrated ecosystems of services
INDEED !
But (too many ? Not obviously...
Selling electricity is in itself a SERVICE
Moreover : innovative tariffs could propose
incentives for demand response
mana...
As an introduction to our argument we will
exemplify Demand Response Management
as a customer oriented (set of) service(s)
Metering services installed in a Home Gateway
will cooperate with Smart Home Services so that
users don’t have to care abo...
Seller service
DRM
tariff
00115.637
kWh
Overconsumption
alarm events
OSGi : Open Services Gateway initiative – a standard ...
We called « @HOMium » this vision of examplar
B2B relations between service providers
The meter owner has valuable data to...
The Power Meter driver is an OSGi bundle which
implements basic metering services developped
by the meter owner for other ...
1st example : DRM tariff etc.
-  The power meter owner provides metering services
LoadService let check curtailing constra...
In our case :
Interworking Smart Home Services may opportunisticaly REUSE
existing hardware resources that are needed by e...
Diagnostic
SERVICE
L-Mgt
SERVICE
DRM tariff
SERVICE
Serial
METER
00115.637
kWh
METERING
SERVICES
REAL
HARDWARE
Cons/Use
SE...
Diagnostic
SERVICE
L-Mgt
SERVICE
DRM tariff
SERVICE
DEMO
METER
00115.637
kWh
METERING
SERVICES
REAL
HARDWARE
Virtual
Appli...
Questions?
P RIS FOREVER P RIS !
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The OSGi Service Platform in the Smart Home and Energy Management and Domestic Appliances Ecosystem - Paul Kopff, Research Engineer, EDF

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The OSGi Service Platform in the Smart Home and Energy Management and Domestic Appliances Ecosystem - Paul Kopff, Research Engineer, EDF

  1. 1. The OSGi Service Platform in the Smart Home and Energy Management and Domotic Appliances Ecosystem Dr Paul KOPFF EDF R&D
  2. 2. The OSGi Service Platform in the Smart Home and Energy Management and Appliances Ecosystem OSGi is an OPEN STANDARD for MANAGED ADMINISTRATION of a SHARED IMPLEMENTATION SPACE for INTERWORKING SERVICES in some COMMON ECOSYSTEM MOBILE PHONES : obviously an IMPLEMENTATION SPACE for SERVICES But maybe because of the very limited space for hardware resources they will essentially focus on Web-like Services for which the OSGi standard is not considered unique. CARS : there are in facts 2 ecosystems (the engine etc. and the cabine) Both have much space for RESOURCES meaning INNOVATIONS and there is ONE dominant stakeholder : the MAKER SMART HOMES : the initial idea, the laziest business !
  3. 3. SMART HOMES are the most promising PLAYGROUND for integrated ecosystems of services INDEED ! But (too many ? Not obviously dominant !) stakeholders must be convinced to initiate B2B relations (as RESOURCE/SERVICE providers) that (unfortunately) are not immediately REWARDING Typical fears to give (up) too much and get (back) not enough Thus at this time, NO Smart Home Services have been successfully deployed as a broad commercial offer We have seen only a few luxury demo houses OUR MOTIVATIONS ?
  4. 4. Selling electricity is in itself a SERVICE Moreover : innovative tariffs could propose incentives for demand response management
  5. 5. As an introduction to our argument we will exemplify Demand Response Management as a customer oriented (set of) service(s)
  6. 6. Metering services installed in a Home Gateway will cooperate with Smart Home Services so that users don’t have to care about any constraints The french EDF/EURIDIS power meters have 2 ports TELERELEVE port for EURIDIS remote metering bus (used by the utilities for commercial remote metering) TELEINFO port for data collection by Home Gateway 00115.637 kWh On this serial output, data frames (of 100 to 250 bytes) are continuously emitted at 1200 bauds -> 1 frame every 1-2sec An academic example of tariff with peak hour load limitation : The customers who adopt this tariff will get cheaper rates but will have to curtail their consumptions during some daily time windows : the peak hours Through the TELEINFO port, a software component installed by the electricity seller will check if these constraints are met and if not, apply a penalty rate It would be difficult to manage this without home automation The tariff checking component also broadcasts overconsumption alarms to home automation software components from other service providers
  7. 7. Seller service DRM tariff 00115.637 kWh Overconsumption alarm events OSGi : Open Services Gateway initiative – a standard for home services Other’s service Smart Home Load limitations during peak hours Automatic curtailing Utility service Power Meter Reader Domotic control networks Meter Data Collaboration at the level of services is fostered by the adoption of the OSGi standard
  8. 8. We called « @HOMium » this vision of examplar B2B relations between service providers The meter owner has valuable data to dispatch Power Meter Owner CUSTOMER Smart HOME Meter Owner Consum. per Use Appliance managers Validated data Validated data Validated device driving Tariff alarms Consumption alarms Energy Pricing Usage information Home Automation Predictive Maintenance (different uses at different prices) More other services… Energy Seller
  9. 9. The Power Meter driver is an OSGi bundle which implements basic metering services developped by the meter owner for other service providers. •  DataService sends all incoming data frames to listening OSGi services •  WarpService Records and dispatches data only around an event of interest •  Tariff Watcher sends current tariff Change events to listeners •  OverloadWatcher sends subscribed power Overload events to listeners •  MeteringDetection sends remote metering Detection events to listeners •  LoadService for GivenLoad(s) sends preconfigured Load limit events to listeners •  UseService for GivenUse(s) sends preconfigured Use variation events to listeners Everything may be considered as an event of interest AND THE POWER METER ITSELF provides such events :!
  10. 10. 1st example : DRM tariff etc. -  The power meter owner provides metering services LoadService let check curtailing constraints - The electricity seller provides cheaper tariffs Overconsumption alarms are broadcasted - The Smart Home service provider offers automation the appliance managers are given curtailing consigns 2nd example : real-time diagnostics -  The power meter owner provides metering services UseService let detect variable consumptions - The consumption per use service process them it identifies various appliance consumptions -  The appliance managers watch for malfunctions abnormal consumptions may give hints - More documented diagnostics may be automatically sent to (remote ?) maintenance service providers Metering data are valuable in Smart Homes because they add value to all kind of services and thus offer B2B opportunities to the meter owners
  11. 11. In our case : Interworking Smart Home Services may opportunisticaly REUSE existing hardware resources that are needed by existing services (e.g. controling heating with anti-burglar volumetric sensors) In this case, advertising for a new service could simply amount to let the customer use it for a while for free (and check interworking) But most of the time, new services imply also new resources, thus new investments (and checks of interworking compatibility, too !) The customer does not like to engage in new investments before he has seen what will happen, and how he will like it ?! For NEW TARIFFS and ENERGY MANAGEMENT, we propose : Use the services for free WITH virtual consumptions One last (but not least) issue to deal with : Customers like to SEE what they buy !
  12. 12. Diagnostic SERVICE L-Mgt SERVICE DRM tariff SERVICE Serial METER 00115.637 kWh METERING SERVICES REAL HARDWARE Cons/Use SERVICE TeleInfo Generic metering services defined on a previous slide Specific implementation for RS232 serial com port 2 bound bundles The meter sends TeleInfo through an RS232 port SerialMeter bundle for real consumptions
  13. 13. Diagnostic SERVICE L-Mgt SERVICE DRM tariff SERVICE DEMO METER 00115.637 kWh METERING SERVICES REAL HARDWARE Virtual Appliances Consumption Simulations Cons/Use SERVICE TeleInfo DemoMeter bundle for advertising & demo This implementation adds measured AND simulated consumptions
  14. 14. Questions? P RIS FOREVER P RIS !

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