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M2M 101: Definition and History. 17
M2M Building Blocks. 18
M2M Evolution. 19
The major components of M2M. 20
Wireless M2M Devices. 21
Wireless Transport of M2M Data to and from the Monitoring Facility. 21
The Back-end Operations and Support Infrastructure. 22
M2M Solution Building Blocks: a More In-Depth View. 23
The Machine The Customer Intends To Monitor And Control 23
The In-Field Hardware Device Created By The Hardware Vendor 23
Wireless Network. 23
The Back-End Server 24
The Internet 24
The Customer Facility For Monitoring And Controlling The Machines. 24
Part Two: M2M Technology. 25
The Field-Deployed Hardware And Firmware Technology. 25
Analog to Digital Converter, Digital to Analog Converter (ADC / DAC) 26
Memory. 27
Input / Output (I/O) 27
Power Module. 27
Processor and Clock. 27
Wireless Service Technology and Protocols. 29
GSM- (Global System Mobile) 29
CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) 30
iDEN (Integrated Digital Enhanced Network) 30
Analog or AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone Service) 30
The Technologies. 32
GPRS (General Purpose Radio Service) 33
1xRTT or CDMA2000. 33
iDEN Packet 33
High-Level Features Of 3G Wireless. 33
Immediacy. 33
Packet Switched- Internet Protocol (IP) Compatibility. 34
Spectrum Efficiency. 34
CPDP (Cellular Packet Data Protocol) 34
Control Channel – SMS, Analog Control Channel. 34
SMS-The Short Message Service. 34
The Advantages of SMS. 35
Analog Control Channel 37
Circuit-Switched Data (CSD) 37
Wireless Technology Recommendation for M2M. 38
GSM-SMS and GPRS. 38
CDMA0inRTT. 38
iDEN Packet 38
Picocell 39
Femtocell 39
MicroCells. 40
Technology in use. 42
Zeppelin Based Communication Backbone. 43
Overview.. 46
Product Analysis. 48
3G. 49
4G. 51
LTE. 53
RFID in a Nutshell 55
Embedded Systems. 57
Real-Time Embedded Systems. 60
Networked Embedded Systems. 61
Power Aware Computing. 63
Security in Embedded Systems. 64
System-on-Chip Design. 64
Testing of Embedded Core-Based Integrated Circuits. 66
Embedded Applications. 67
Automotive Networks. 67
Industrial Automation. 68
Intelligent Sensors. 68
Technology Strategy. 70
Hardware Budget 70
Scope of Deployment-Domestic or International 70
Ease of Creating The Application. 70
Wireless Service Options. 70
Wireless Access Costs. 71
Further Technology Considerations. 71
IP Addresses: Static, Dynamic and Persistent 71
Back-end Server Technology. 72
Gateway to Wireless Carrier or Service Provider. 73
3G-GPRS, 1xRTT iDEN Packet 73
Delivery of SMS to the Internet 73
Server That Processes Inbound And Outbound M2M Messages. 75
Adds A Layer Of Security. 75
Provides Billing Services. 75
Enables Customer Care. 75
Logs and Manages Traffic. 76
Interprets inbound and outbound M2M messages. 76
PART – Two -B- RFID.. 77
Automatic Identi?cation Systems. 78
Barcode systems. 78
Optical character recognition. 78
Biometric procedures. 79
Fingerprinting procedures (dactyloscopy) 79
Smart cards. 80
Memory cards. 80
Microprocessor cards. 80
RFID systems. 81
Components of an RFID System.. 83
Types of RFID Systems. 83
Types of Tags. 83
Passive Tags. 84
Semi Passive RFID Tags. 84
Active RFID Tags. 84
Active Tags with Sensors/GPS. 84
Difference between Active and Passive RFID. 85
Application Field. 85
Comparison between RFID and the different available tracking techniques. 87
Part 3: M2M Business Dynamics. 88
Why M2M is taking place-what happened. 88
Differences Between Telemetry/SCADA And M2M Systems. 88
M2M Opportunities: Services Companies Can Offer. 89
Hardware Services. 90
Wireless Devices. 90
Custom Interfaces. 91
Standards Approval 91
Manufacturing. 91
Support 91
Wireless Services. 92
Software and Back-End Services. 94
Revenue Models. 95
Recurring Revenue Flow.. 99
Business and Technology Strategies. 101
Choosing a Wireless Service Provider. 101
SIM Cards. 101
Activations. 101
Cost per SMS / Data Block. 102
SMS / Data Retry Scheme. 102
SMS Delivery Receipt 102
Store and Forward. 103
Roaming. 103
SLAs. 103
SMS with GPRS and 3G.. 103
Billing Services. 103
Assessing A Wireless Services Provider’s Capability. 104
Wireless Service Level Agreement: Key Criteria. 106
Return on Investment (ROI) 109
Reducing Costs By Replacing Existing Processes And Procedures. 109
Increasing Efficiency Of An Operation. 109
Using M2M To Remain Competitive. 109
Billing Business and System Considerations. 110
Wireless Carrier 110
Wireless Aggregator and VAR.. 111
Wireless Services Reseller 111
Itemized Billing. 111
Recommended Billing Service Features. 112
Accept Raw Input Data From Wireless Carrier For Any Data Technology. 113
Create Single/ Multiple Invoices Based On User-Defined Rates. 113
Add And Modify New And Existing Rate Plans. 113
Add And Modify New And Existing Revenue Sharing Schemes. 113
Create User-Defined Statistical Information Requests. 114
Calculate Overages And Carry Over Amounts Of Data. 114
Invoice For Local Taxes, FCC And Other Federal / State Fees. 114
Indicate Roaming Instances And Invoice As Appropriate. 115
Part Four: M2M Politics, Privacy and Regulatory. 116
M2M Regulatory issues. 116
Approvals. 116
GSM Conformance Testing. 117
PCS Type Certification Review Board (PTCRB) 117
M2M And Telematics: Political And Privacy Issues. 118
M2M: Asset Tracking Using RFID Tags In Retail Stores. 118
Telematics: Vehicle Tracking And Navigational Assistance. 119
Latest Advances in M2M Segment 121
Smart Metering. 121
Worldwide Implementation Status. 121
United Kingdom.. 121
United States. 123
Mobile Banking & Secured ATM… 124
From remote banking to Virtual Branch. 124
m-payments. 125
m-Banking scenarios. 125
ATM Banking & NFC.. 125
M-banking via USSD/SMS. 126
m-remittances. 126
m-Payments. 127
m-banking Anti fraud products. 127
Part 5: M2M Applications and Case Studies. 129
M2M Applications. 129
Utility Company Applications. 129
AMR Business Dynamics. 130
AMR Benefits. 130
General Measurement And Detection Applications. 131
Heating Venting, Air Conditioning (HVAC) 131
Alarm, Presence and Intrusion Detection. 132
Environment 132
Vending and Copier Machine Monitoring. 132
Vending Machine Business Dynamics. 132
Office Copiers. 133
Radio Masts and Towers. 134
Railroad Level Crossing. 134
Parking and Traffic Control 134
Asset and Inventory Tracking / Management 135
Vehicle and Fleet Management 135
Homeland Security. 136
Medical and Healthcare. 137
Part 5a: M2M The Next Level. 138
Importance of M2M… 138
M2M Employer Value Chain Analysis. 139
M2M Needs From Employers Perspective. 139
Part 5b: M2M Technological Advances. 145
M2M Sensors. 145
M2M Sensors: challenges. 146
M2M Sensor Requirement 148
M2M Sensor Networks. 149
M2M Sensor Specifications. 150
Latest Developments in Home Networking. 151
Home Security using Sensor Networks. 152
Home Entertainment Systems. 153
Concepts. 154
Existing Standards. 154
Limitations. 155
Evaluations. 155
Comparison. 158
Part 5c: M2M Communication Protocols. 159
M2M Standards for RFID.. 162
M2M Case Studies. 168
Hypothetical Case Study. 168
Integrating an M2M solution to a Field Service Repair Company. 168
Enterprise Profile (FBS, Inc.) 168
Areas Of Inefficiency For FBS. 169
Recommended Wireless IM (M2M) Solution Components. 169
Post M2M Integration Work Flow.. 169
Wireless Instant Messaging Solution Costs. 172
Gross Profit Analysis. 173
Return on Investment Analysis. 173
Case Study on Jasper Wireless: M2M Services and Application. 176
About the company. 176
Global SIM… 176
Service Management Tool: Jasper Control Center 177
Professional Design and Certification. 177
Customers. 178
Latest Developments. 178
Case Study: Amersam Car Park Management 180
Application Requirements. 180
Amersam: The Car Park Management Company. 180
Individual Monitoring of Every Parking Space. 181
Monitoring and Control of Other Facility Systems. 182
Author’s Note. 183
Case Study: BioLab. 184
The Challenge. 184
The Solution. 184
The Results. 185
Author’s Note. 186
Case Study: Brookstone Equipment Co. 186
The Challenge. 186
The Solution. 187
Author’s Note. 189
Case Study: ADT – Monitoring Parolees. 190
The Challenge. 190
The Solution. 190
Some Key Benefits Of This Solution. 191
Author’s Note. 191
Case Study: Mobile Cardiac Telemetry. 192
CardioNet 192
The Challenge. 192
The Solution. 193
Author’s Note. 193
Case Study Kansas City Power & Light 194
The Challenge. 194
The Solution. 194
FleetBoss Telematics Case Studies. 197
B&A Distributing, Inc., Beverage Distribution. 197
The Challenge. 197
The Solution. 197
Benefits. 197
Maverick Materials-Building Materials Supply. 197
Challenge. 197
The Solution. 197
Benefits. 197
Bayer AG-Inventory Management – ATplan Case Study. 198
The Challenge. 198
The Solution. 199
Benefits. 200
American Red Cross Case Study – Numerex. 201
The Challenge. 201
The Solution. 201
Benefits. 202
Ballarat Health Services – Opto 22 – Australia – Case Study. 203
The Challenge. 203
The Solution. 204
Benefits. 205
AIRS – Advanced Incident Response System – Cisco Case Study. 206
The Challenge. 206
The Solution. 206
Benefits. 207
Tridum – ABB Zurich – Case Study. 208
The Challenge. 208
The Solution. 208
Benefits. 209
Cole Plumbing. 210
Challenge. 210
The Solution. 210
Benefits. 210
Springer Equipment Forklift Sales, Parts, Service, Rentals, Leasing. 210
Challenge. 210
The Solution. 210
Benefits. 210
Provider Profiles. 210
AIRDESK.. 210
Airalliance? Partner Network. 211
Activation. 212
Technology. 212
Professional Services & Support 212
FleetBoss. 213
Software, Firmware, Hardware Development 213
nPhase. 214
Wireless Gateway Services. 214
M2M Developer Program.. 214
Direct, Wireless Service Providers. 214
Telemetrix. 214
Case Study on U.S. Naval Air Systems Command. 215
Location – Naval Air Systems Command, U.S. 215
Project – A Distributed, Intelligent Network of Unmanned Systems. 215
Company – Augusta Systems, Inc. 215
The Challenge. 215
The Solution. 215
Benefits. 216
Case Study on United States Navy. 217
Location – U.S. Navy Regional Supply Office in Norfolk, Va. 217
Project – Aviation Spare Parts Tracking. 217
Company – Intermec RFID.. 217
The Challenge. 217
The Solution. 217
Benefits. 218
Case Study on St. Olavs Hospital, Norway. 219
Location – St. Olavs Hospital in Trondheim, Norway. 219
Project – Using RFID for Garments and Laundry. 219
Company – Texi AS. 219
The Challenge. 219
The Solution. 219
Benefits. 221
Case Study on Heinz. 222
Location – Heinz, U.S. 222
Project – Inventory Tracking. 222
Company – IBM… 222
The Challenge. 222
The Solution. 222
Benefits. 223
Case Study on U.S. Army: Land Warrior. 224
Location – U.S. 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, Fort Lewis. 224
Project – Codename Land Warrior. 224
Company – N.A. (U.S. Defence Research and Development) 224
The Challenge. 224
The Solution. 224
Benefits. 225
Case Study on Automated Meter Reading System (China Gas) 226
Location – China, Asia. 226
Project – Automated Meter Reading System.. 226
Company – Wavenis Technology, Coronis and HowDeep Technology. 226
The Challenge. 226
The Solution. 226
Benefits. 227
Case Study on GPS based Fleet and Asset Tracking. 228
Location – Toronto, Canada and Johannesburg. 228
Project – GPS based Tracking. 228
Company – Geotab. 228
The Challenge. 228
The Solution. 228
Benefits. 229
RTLS adoption in Memorial Hospital Miramar. 230
Overview.. 230
Details. 230
Working Principle. 231
Improvements. 232
Advantages. 233
Implementation. 233
Automation in Hospital Process – Brazil 235
Overview.. 235
Details. 235
Patient Care System – Pantai Hospital Malaysia. 238
Overview.. 238
Details. 238
Environment Sensing and Tracking. 239
The Development Methodology. 240
Advantages. 241
Targets. 242
The Future Step. 243
Tracking and Monitoring Application – Foster School of Medicine. 244
Overview.. 244
Details. 244
Working Principle. 247
Patient Tracking System – Disney Family Cancer Center. 250
Overview.. 250
Details. 250
Achieving the reality. 251
Focus. 253
Equipment Monitoring and Utility Management – Mission Hospital 254
Overview.. 254
Details. 254
Palette Tracking in Japan. 257
Solution Provider 257
Briefs. 257
Part Six: M2M Requirement, Roles and Market Analysis. 261
M2M – Domain Analysis. 266
Company Analysis. 266
Tekelec. 266
Numerex. 267
KORE Telematics. 269
Sierra Wireless. 270
Jasper Wireless. 272
Product Comparison Matrix. 273
List of M2M Companies. 273
Future Analysis on M2M Segments. 275
M2M on Cellular Network. 276
M2M Analysis – Application Perspective. 276
Future Technology Path. 277
Part Six- a – Future Applications and Prototypes. 280
Prototypes. 284
Asset and warehouse management 285
Automotive. 286
Building monitoring and control 286
Environmental monitoring. 286
Health care. 287
Military battlefield awareness. 287
Security and surveillance. 288
Future Research. 288
Secure systems. 288
Embedded Operating Systems. 289
Groups Management 289
Lightweight Signal Processing. 289
High-Data-Rate Sensors. 290
Applications. 291
Asset and warehouse management 292
Automotive. 292
Building monitoring and control 293
Environmental monitoring. 293
Health care. 293
Military battlefield awareness. 294
Security and surveillance. 294
Secure systems. 295
Embedded Operating Systems. 295
Groups Management 296
Lightweight Signal Processing. 296
High-Data-Rate Sensors. 296
Signum, Inc. 298

List of Illustrations

Figure 1. The Three Essential Elements of an M2M Solution. 15
Figure 2. A More Detailed Look at a GSM, M2M Solution. 18
Figure 3. Using M2M To Monitor Water Level. 21
Figure 4. Typical Processor Architecture. 23
Figure 5. A More Compact, All-In-One Device Incorporating All Building Blocks. 23
Figure 6. Wide Area Wireless Protocols and Bearers. 26
Figure 7. The Various Wireless WAN Technologies, Protocols & Bearers for M2M… 27
Figure 8. Typical M2M server integration to a 3G Network. 37
Figure 9. Configuration with an SMS Gateway and GSM network. 38
Figure 10. Combined Back-End Servers, Processor And Monitoring Client. 40
Figure 11. Range of Services M2M Service Providers Can Offer. 43
Figure 12. Hardware Services Combined With Recurring-Fee Wireless Services. 47
Figure 13. Software Services Combined With Recurring-Fee Wireless Services. 48
Figure 14. Primary Revenue Source Opportunities Through Wireless Services. 52
Figure 15. Primary Revenue Sources For Hardware Sales, Development And Support. 52
Figure 16. Primary Revenue Sources for Back-End Server Development, Support. 53
Figure 17 Example SLA Content for Wireless Providers and M2M Customers. 60
Figure 18. Itemized Billing Information Flow. 65
Figure 19. M2M and IM-Enabled Operations of FBS, Inc. 109
Figure 20. Message Flow Between Various Solution Components. 110


【レポート販売概要】

■ タイトル:End-to-End M2M Fourth Edition
■ 発行日:2011年4月4日
■ 調査会社:Mind Commerce
■ 商品コード:MCM312240206
■ 調査対象地域:グローバル
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