End-to-End M2M, Sixth Edition

End-to-End M2M, Sixth Edition

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MIC0213002
Publication Date
February 21, 2013
Pages
417
Regions Covered
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Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications is an emerging technology and industry sub-segment poised to change the way that business is conducted, impacting everything from traditional telephony and IT operations to ERP, SCM, public safety, homeland security, and more.
 
Written by industry experts who have actually designed, implemented and operated M2M applications, End-to-End M2M Sixth Edition provides invaluable information for anyone seeking to better understand the technology, applications, business and regulatory issues. This research distinguishes itself from other publications on this topic by providing the reader with an understanding of M2M, the technologies involved in M2M, reasons to use M2M, key M2M applications, challenges in deploying M2M, and more.
 
This latest version of our comprehensive M2M research includes:
  • Analysis of M2M in the Cloud
  • Global M2M solutions market analysis
  • Global M2M market forecasts through 2020
  • Analysis of many current and emerging M2M applications across various industry verticals
  • M2M strategies for mobile network operators including AT&T, China Mobile, KPN, SingTel, Sprint, Telefonica, Verizon, and Vodafone
 
Purchasers of this report at the Global License (PDF) level will also receive the report Strategic Alliances in the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Ecosystem at no additional cost.
 

Target Audience: 

  • Mobile network operators
  • Systems integration companies
  • Enterprise companies of all types
  • Investment and M&A companies of all types
  • M2M equipment and service providers of all types
M2M 101: Definition and History 18
M2M Building Blocks 20
M2M Evolution 21
The major components of M2M 21
Top ten things to consider while procuring M2M Services 22
Wireless M2M Devices 23
Wireless Transport of M2M Data to and from the Monitoring Facility 23
The Back-end Operations and Support Infrastructure 24
M2M verticals & insights 25
Operational values of M2M 26
Strategic Value 26
M2M Connectivity 26
M2M Visualization 28
M2M Solution Building Blocks: a More In-Depth View 30
30
The Machine The Customer Intends To Monitor And Control 30
The In-Field Hardware Device Created By The Hardware Vendor 30
Wireless Network 31
The Back-End Server 31
The Internet 31
The Customer Facility For Monitoring And Controlling The Machines 31
Part Two: M2M Technology 32
The Field-Deployed Hardware And Firmware Technology 32
Analog to Digital Converter, Digital to Analog Converter (ADC / DAC) 33
Memory 34
Input / Output (I/O) 34
Power Module 34
Processor and Clock 35
Wireless Service Technology and Protocols 37
GSM- (Global System Mobile) 37
CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) 38
WiMAX 38
The Technologies 40
GPRS (General Purpose Radio Service) 41
1xRTT or CDMA2000 41
High-Level Features Of 3G Wireless 41
Immediacy 41
Packet Switched- Internet Protocol (IP) Compatibility 42
Spectrum Efficiency 42
CDPD (Cellular Digital Packet Data Protocol) 42
Control Channel – SMS, Analog Control Channel. 43
SMS–The Short Message Service 43
The Advantages of SMS 44
Wireless Technology Recommendation for M2M 46
GSM–SMS 46
CDMA–1xRTT 46
WiFi 47
WiMAX 47
ZigBee 48
6LoWPAN 48
PRIVACY AND SECURITY ISSUES 49
Fragmentation and Slow Growth 50
Challenges 50
M2M Solution Deployment Challenges 51
Latest and upcoming Technologies for Telecom in the M2M Domain 52
Picocell 52
Femtocell 52
MicroCells 53
Technology in use 55
Prototype of Zeppelin Based Communication Backbone 56
Overview 59
Product Analysis 61
3G 63
4G 65
LTE 68
RFID in a Nutshell 70
Embedded Systems 72
Real-Time Embedded Systems 75
Networked Embedded Systems 76
Power Aware Computing 78
Security in Embedded Systems 79
System-on-Chip Design 80
Testing of Embedded Core-Based Integrated Circuits 81
Embedded Applications 82
Automotive Networks 82
Industrial Automation 83
Intelligent Sensors 84
Technology Strategy 85
Hardware Budget 85
Scope of Deployment–Domestic or International 85
Ease of Creating The Application 85
Wireless Service Options 85
Wireless Access Costs 86
Further Technology Considerations 86
IP Addresses: Static, Dynamic and Persistent 86
Back-end Server Technology 88
Gateway to Wireless Carrier or Service Provider 88
3G–GPRS, 1xRTT Packet 88
Delivery of SMS to the Internet 89
Server That Processes Inbound And Outbound M2M Messages 90
Adds A Layer Of Security 91
Provides Billing Services 91
Enables Customer Care 91
Logs and Manages Traffic 91
Interprets inbound and outbound M2M messages. 92
Latest Developments & Market Segment 93
Cloud 93
SAAS (Software as a service) 94
Location as a Service (LaaS) 96
Characteristics 98
Background 99
Adoption 100
Strategic fit for Cloud Adoption 100
Present Status 101
Current Issues 103
M2M & Cloud integration 104
Application benefits of M2M using Cloud 105
Analysis 109
Future prospects with cloud 111
M2M Market Segments 114
M2M in Automation 117
M2M in Telecommunication 119
M2M in Energy and Smart Metering System 120
M2M in Healthcare 121
M2M in Transport & Tracking 122
M2M in Public Safety 125
PART – Two –B- RFID 128
Automatic Identification Systems 129
Barcode systems 129
Optical character recognition 129
Biometric procedures 130
Fingerprinting procedures (dactyloscopy) 130
Smart cards 130
Memory cards 131
Microprocessor cards 131
RFID systems 132
Components of an RFID System 134
Types of RFID Systems 134
Types of Tags 134
Passive Tags 134
Semi Passive RFID Tags 135
Active RFID Tags 135
Active Tags with Sensors/GPS 135
Difference between Active and Passive RFID 136
Application Field 136
Comparison between RFID and the different available tracking techniques. 138
Part 3: M2M Business Dynamics 139
Why M2M is taking place–what happened 139
M2M Opportunities: Services Companies Can Offer 139
Hardware Services 141
Wireless Devices 141
Custom Interfaces 141
Standards Approval 141
Manufacturing 141
Support 142
Wireless Services 143
Software and Back-End Services 145
Revenue Models 147
Recurring Revenue Flow 150
Current Situation and Analysis of M2M 152
Current Status on various Verticals of M2M 154
Fixed Mobile Substitution (FMS) 155
M2M Legacy Solutions 156
Wireless M2M 157
Mobile Operators 158
Electricity 159
Transportation 159
Road Traffic 159
Parking 160
Vending Machines 160
Container 161
Alarms 161
Healthcare 161
Business and Technology Strategies 163
Choosing a Wireless Service Provider 163
SIM Cards 163
Activations 164
Cost per SMS / Data Block 164
SMS / Data Retry Scheme 164
SMS Delivery Receipt 165
Store and Forward 165
Roaming 165
SLAs 165
SMS with GPRS and 3G 165
Billing Services 166
Assessing A Wireless Services Provider’s Capability 166
Wireless Services Check-list 167
Wireless Service Level Agreement: Key Criteria 168
M2M – Global Market Analysis 171
Analysis on Key M2M Verticals 172
Alliances & Market Consolidations 172
Analysis on Sales of Connected Devices 173
Analysis on unified development platforms 174
Growth Analysis of M2M Consumer devices 175
Growth Potential of M2M Applications 176
Smart Grids as a major segment 176
M2M & Satellite communications – Growth and Projections 2011-2016 177
Smart Cars and Telematics – Growth Analysis 178
VAS Application Segments – Growth Analysis - 2017 180
Industrial WSNS & Overall M2M Market 181
Return on Investment (ROI) 182
Reducing Costs By Replacing Existing Processes And Procedures 182
Increasing Efficiency Of An Operation 182
Using M2M To Remain Competitive 182
Billing Business and System Considerations 183
Wireless Carrier 184
Wireless Aggregator and VAR 184
Wireless Services Reseller 184
Itemized Billing 185
Recommended Billing Service Features 186
Accept Raw Input Data From Wireless Carrier For Any Data Technology 187
Create Single/ Multiple Invoices Based On User-Defined Rates 187
Add And Modify New And Existing Rate Plans 187
Add And Modify New And Existing Revenue Sharing Schemes 188
Create User-Defined Statistical Information Requests 188
Calculate Overages And Carry Over Amounts Of Data 188
Invoice For Local Taxes, FCC And Other Federal / State Fees 189
Indicate Roaming Instances And Invoice As Appropriate 189
Part Four: M2M Politics, Privacy and Regulatory. 190
M2M Regulatory issues 190
Approvals 191
GSM Conformance Testing 191
PCS Type Certification Review Board (PTCRB) 192
M2M And Telematics: Political And Privacy Issues 192
M2M: Asset Tracking Using RFID Tags In Retail Stores 193
Telematics: Vehicle Tracking And Navigational Assistance 193
Latest Advances in M2M Segment 195
Smart Metering 195
Worldwide Implementation Status 195
United Kingdom 195
United States 197
Mobile Banking & Secured ATM 198
From remote banking to Virtual Branch 198
m-payments 199
m-Banking scenarios 199
ATM Banking & NFC 200
M-banking via USSD/SMS 200
m-remittances 200
m-Payments 201
m-banking Anti fraud products 202
Part 5: M2M Applications and Case Studies. 203
M2M Applications 203
Utility Company Applications 203
AMR Business Dynamics 204
AMR Benefits 204
General Measurement And Detection Applications 205
Heating Venting, Air Conditioning (HVAC) 206
Alarm, Presence and Intrusion Detection 206
Environment 206
Vending and Copier Machine Monitoring 206
Vending Machine Business Dynamics 207
Office Copiers 208
Radio Masts and Towers 208
Railroad Level Crossing 209
Parking and Traffic Control 209
Asset and Inventory Tracking / Management 210
Vehicle and Fleet Management 210
Homeland Security 211
Medical and Healthcare 211
Part 5a: M2M The Next Level. 213
Importance of M2M 213
M2M Employer Value Chain Analysis 214
M2M Needs From Employers Perspective 214
M2M – Taking into Account the New Age Security Threats 217
Part 5b: M2M Technological Advances. 221
M2M Sensors 221
M2M Sensors: challenges 222
M2M Sensor Requirement 224
M2M Sensor Networks 225
M2M Sensor Specifications 226
Latest Developments in Home Networking 227
Home Security using Sensor Networks 229
Home Entertainment Systems 230
Concepts 230
Existing Standards 231
Limitations 231
Evaluations 232
Budgeting 233
Comparison 235
Part 5c: M2M Communication Protocols. 236
M2M Standards for RFID 239
M2M Case Studies 245
Hypothetical Case Study 245
Integrating an M2M solution to a Field Service Repair Company 245
Enterprise Profile (FBS, Inc.) 245
Areas Of Inefficiency For FBS 246
Recommended Wireless IM (M2M) Solution Components 246
Post M2M Integration Work Flow 246
Wireless Instant Messaging Solution Costs 249
Gross Profit Analysis 250
Return on Investment Analysis 251
Case Study on Jasper Wireless: M2M Services and Application 253
About the company 253
Global SIM 253
Service Management Tool: Jasper Control Center 254
Professional Design and Certification 254
Customers 255
Latest Developments 255
Case Study: Amersam Car Park Management 257
Application Requirements 257
Amersam: The Car Park Management Company 257
Individual Monitoring of Every Parking Space 258
Monitoring and Control of Other Facility Systems 259
Author’s Note 260
Case Study: BioLab 261
The Challenge 261
The Solution 261
The Results 262
Author’s Note 263
Case Study: Brookstone Equipment Co. 263
The Challenge 264
The Solution 264
Author’s Note 266
Case Study: ADT – Monitoring Parolees 268
The Challenge 268
The Solution 268
Some Key Benefits Of This Solution 269
Author’s Note 269
Case Study: Mobile Cardiac Telemetry 270
CardioNet 270
The Challenge 270
The Solution 271
Author’s Note 272
Case Study Kansas City Power & Light 272
The Challenge 272
The Solution 272
FleetBoss Telematics Case Studies 275
B&A Distributing, Inc., Beverage Distribution 275
The Challenge 275
The Solution 275
Benefits 275
Maverick Materials–Building Materials Supply 275
Challenge 275
The Solution 275
Benefits 275
Bayer AG—Inventory Management - ATplan Case Study 276
The Challenge 276
The Solution 277
Benefits 278
American Red Cross Case Study - Numerex 279
The Challenge 279
The Solution 279
Benefits 280
Ballarat Health Services – Opto 22 – Australia – Case Study 281
The Challenge 281
The Solution 282
Benefits 283
AIRS – Advanced Incident Response System – Cisco Case Study 284
The Challenge 284
The Solution 284
Benefits 285
Tridum - ABB Zurich - Case Study 286
The Challenge 286
The Solution 286
Benefits 287
Cole Plumbing 288
Challenge 288
The Solution 288
Benefits 288
Springer Equipment Forklift Sales, Parts, Service, Rentals, Leasing 288
Challenge 288
The Solution 288
Benefits 288
Provider Profiles 288
AIRDESK 288
Airalliance™ Partner Network 289
Activation 290
Technology 290
Professional Services & Support 291
FleetBoss 291
Software, Firmware, Hardware Development 292
nPhase 293
Wireless Gateway Services 293
M2M Developer Program 293
Direct, Wireless Service Providers 293
Telemetrix 294
Case Study on U.S. Naval Air Systems Command 295
Location - Naval Air Systems Command, U.S. 295
Project – A Distributed, Intelligent Network of Unmanned Systems. 295
Company - Augusta Systems, Inc 295
The Challenge 295
The Solution 295
Benefits 296
Case Study on United States Navy 298
Location - U.S. Navy Regional Supply Office in Norfolk, Va 298
Project – Aviation Spare Parts Tracking. 298
Company - Intermec RFID 298
The Challenge 298
The Solution 298
Benefits 299
Location - St. Olavs Hospital in Trondheim, Norway 300
Project – Using RFID for Garments and Laundry 300
Company – Texi AS 300
The Challenge 300
The Solution 301
Benefits 302
Case Study on Heinz 303
Location – Heinz, U.S. 303
Project – Inventory Tracking. 303
Company – IBM 303
The Challenge 303
The Solution 303
Benefits 304
Location – U.S. 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, Fort Lewis 305
Project – Codename Land Warrior 305
Company – N.A. (U.S. Defence Research and Development) 305
The Challenge 305
The Solution 305
Benefits 306
Case Study on Automated Meter Reading System (China Gas) 307
Location – China, Asia 307
Project – Automated Meter Reading System 307
Company – Wavenis Technology, Coronis and HowDeep Technology 307
The Challenge 307
The Solution 307
Benefits 308
Case Study on GPS based Fleet and Asset Tracking 309
Location – Toronto, Canada and Johannesburg 309
Project – GPS based Tracking 309
Company – Geotab 309
The Challenge 309
The Solution 309
Benefits 310
RTLS adoption in Memorial Hospital Miramar 311
Overview 311
Details 311
Working Principle 312
Improvements 313
Advantages 314
Implementation 315
Automation in Hospital Process - Brazil 316
Overview 316
Details 316
Patient Care System – Pantai Hospital Malaysia 319
Overview 319
Details 319
Environment Sensing and Tracking 320
The Development Methodology 321
Advantages 322
Targets 323
The Future Step 323
Tracking and Monitoring Application – Foster School of Medicine 325
Overview 325
Details 325
Working Principle 328
Patient Tracking System – Disney Family Cancer Center 331
Overview 331
Details 331
Achieving the reality 332
Focus 334
Equipment Monitoring and Utility Management - Mission Hospital 336
Overview 336
Details 336
Palette Tracking in Japan 339
Solution Provider 339
Briefs 339
Part Six: M2M Requirement, Roles and Market Analysis. 344
M2M – Domain Analysis 349
Company Analysis 349
Tekelec 349
Numerex 351
KORE Telematics 352
Sierra Wireless 354
ValidSoft 356
Hitachi Communication Technologies America, Inc. 358
Digi International 360
Jasper Wireless 361
Product Comparison Matrix 362
List of M2M Companies 363
M2M Strategies 365
AT&T 365
Operation overview 365
Notable M2M Partnerships Analysis 366
M2M domains ownership 367
Verizon 368
Operation overview 368
Notable M2M Partnerships Analysis 369
M2M domains ownership 371
Telefonica 372
Operation overview 372
Notable M2M Partnerships Analysis 374
M2M domains ownership 375
Telenor 376
Operation overview 376
Notable M2M Partnerships Analysis 377
M2M domains ownership 378
Sprint 379
Operation overview 380
Notable M2M Partnerships Analysis 381
M2M domains ownership 382
Future Analysis on M2M Segments 382
M2M on Cellular Network 383
M2M Analysis – Application Perspective 384
Future Technology Path 385
Part Six- a - Future Applications and Prototypes 388
Prototypes 392
Asset and warehouse management 393
Automotive 394
Building monitoring and control 394
Environmental monitoring 394
Health care 395
Military battlefield awareness 395
Security and surveillance 396
Future Research 396
Secure systems 396
Embedded Operating Systems 397
Groups Management 397
Lightweight Signal Processing 397
High-Data-Rate Sensors 398
Applications 399
Asset and warehouse management 400
Automotive 400
Building monitoring and control 401
Environmental monitoring 401
Health care 401
Military battlefield awareness 402
Security and surveillance 402
Secure systems 403
Embedded Operating Systems 403
Groups Management 404
Lightweight Signal Processing 404
High-Data-Rate Sensors 405
Forecast and Predictions of M2M verticals till 2017 406
M2M Cellular Vertical Analysis & Forecast 2010- 2017 406
Global M2M Market Sales Revenue 2011 - 2017 407
Global M2M Software Market Revenue 2011 - 2017 407
Analysis of Global M2M Landscape Analysis 2013 408
Market and Impact Analysis - 2017 409
Global Cellular Telecom Market Analysis 2013 410
Analyisis on Global Regional Revenue 2011-2017 410
Revenue Analysis of Asia Pacific 2012-2020 411
Global M2M Impact & Revenue Analysis with forecast 2012 - 2020 412
M2M Revenue Analysis & Forecast of China 2012-2020 413
M2M Revenue Analysis & Forecast of Japan 2012 - 2020 414
M2M Revenue Analysis & Forecast of India 2012-2020 415
M2M Revenue Analysis & Forecast of South Korea 2012-2020 416
 

List of Tables

Table 1. Technology Comparison Between Telemetry and Modern M2M. 19
Table 2. Zeppelin Based Communication Backbone 58
Table 3. Cost Analysis 61
Table 4. Embedded device markets opportunities 75
Table 5. RFID Comparison 136
Table 6. Contactless Technology Comparisons 138
Table 7. Wireless Revenue Projections For A 1000 Unit Account Over Five Years. 149
Table 8. Typical Wireless Service Provider Performance Metrics. 168
Table 9. A comparison of the various standards and their characteristics 238
Table 10. Capital Expenditure, Fees for Solution Implementation. 250
Table 11. Gross Profit Calculation. 250
Table 12. ROI Analysis With Break-Even Reached After 18 Weeks. 251
Table 13. Product comparison matrix 362
Table 14. List of M2M Companies 364
 

List of Figures

Figure 1. The Three Essential Segments of a M2M Solution. 20
Figure 2. M2M Verticals 25
Figure 3. A More Detailed Look at a GSM, M2M Solution.
Figure 4. Using M2M To Monitor Water Level
Figure 5. Typical Processor Architecture. 36
Figure 6. A More Compact, All-In-One Device Incorporating All Building Blocks. 36
Figure 7. The Various Wireless WAN Technologies, Protocols & Bearers for M2M 40
Figure 8. Overview of the technology in use 56
Figure 9. Typical M2M server integration to a 3G Network 89
Figure 10. Configuration with an SMS Gateway and GSM network. 90
Figure 11. Combined Back-End Servers, Processor And Monitoring Client. 92
Figure 12. The M2M Cloud 96
Figure 13. Location as a Service 97
Figure 14. Range of Services M2M Service Providers
Figure 15. Hardware Services Combined With Recurring-Fee Wireless Services. 145
Figure 16. Software Services Combined With Recurring-Fee Wireless Services. 146
Figure 17. Primary Revenue Source Opportunities Through Wireless Services. 150
Figure 18. Primary Revenue Sources For Hardware Sales, Development And Support. 150
Figure 19. Primary Revenue Sources for Back-End Server Development, Support. 151
Figure 20. The M2M Ecosystem 155
Figure 21. SLA Content for Wireless Providers and M2M Customers. 169
Figure 22. M2M - Global Market 171
Figure 23. Key M2M Applications 172
Figure 24. Timeline Track of oneM2M Standard 2011-2012 179
Figure 25. Comparison between High Value and Current Operator Service Model 180
Figure 26. Itemized Billing Information Flow. 186
Figure 27. M2M and IM-Enabled Operations of FBS, Inc. 248
Figure 28. Message Flow Between Various Solution Components. 249
Figure 29. Smart wear application
Figure 30. Smart Meter
Figure 31. RFID Implementation in Hospital 311
Figure 32. RFID Hospital application in use 313
Figure 33. Pantai Hospital Malaysia 319
Figure 34. Foster School of Medicine
Figure 35. Application console 326
Figure 36. Application and Devices in the system 327
Figure 37. Live demo of the system 328
Figure 38. Live demo of the system 2nd phase 329
Figure 39. RFID Patient care system 332
Figure 40. Patient care system
Figure 41. AT&T Partnership overview 366
Figure 42. AT&T domain ownership 367
Figure 43. Verizon partnership overview 370
Figure 44. Verizon domain overview 371
Figure 45.Telefonica partnership overview 374
Figure 46. Telefonica domain overview 375
Figure 47. Telenor Partnership overview 377
Figure 48. Telenor domain overview 378
Figure 49. Sprint partnership overview 381
Figure 50. Sprint domain overview 382
Figure 51. M2M Application Perspective 385
Figure 52. M2M Latest Segments 386
 

List of Graphs

Graph 1. Cloud Application & Services
Graph 2. Global Internet connected devices
Graph 3. Global Internet connected devices per quater 174
Graph 4. Global Satellite M2M Market shares 178
Graph 5. Company Analysis
Graph 6. Technology Focus
Graph 7. Application Focus
Graph 8. Important Factors in M2M
Graph 9. Important Factors for the Employee & Employeer
Graph 10. Global Cellular M2M Pricing 406
Graph 11. Global M2M Market Sales Revenue 407
Graph 12. Global M2M Market Software Revenue 408
Graph 13. Global Telecom M2M Connections 409
Graph 14. Global Telecom connection Market Share 410
Graph 15. Global M2M Market Regional Revenue 411
Graph 16. M2M Market Business Impact - Asia Pacific 412
Graph 17. M2M Market Growth Analysis 413
Graph 18. M2M Growth Analysis in China 414
Graph 19. M2M Growth Analysis in Japan 415
Graph 20. M2M Growth Analysis in India 416
Graph 21. M2M Growth Analysis in South Korea 416
  1. Aether Wire
  2. AIRDESK
  3. Alien Technology
  4. Ambient Devices
  5. AT&T
  6. Augusta Systems
  7. Axeda
  8. Cadi Scientific
  9. CardioNet
  10. Centerpoint Energy
  11. Cimetrics
  12. Comverge/6D
  13. controlGen
  14. Crossbow Technology
  15. Datasweep
  16. Digi International
  17. Dust
  18. Echelon
  19. eDevice
  20. Ember Corporation
  21. emWare
  22. Espial
  23. FleetBoss Telematics
  24. Geotab
  25. Hitachi Communication Technologies
  26. IBM
  27. Industrial Objects
  28. Intermac
  29. Isochron
  30. Itron
  31. Jasper Wireless
  32. KORE Telematics
  33. Lantronix
  34. MeshNetworks
  35. Millennial Net
  36. NetSilicon
  37. nPhase
  38. Numerex
  39. Oceana Sensor
  40. Opto 22
  41. Questra
  42. Radiant RFID
  43. Sensoria
  44. SensorLogic
  45. Sierra Wireless
  46. Skybility
  47. SmartSignal
  48. SmartSynch
  49. Sprint
  50. TCM Enginy
  51. Tekelec
  52. Telefonica
  53. Telemetric
  54. Telenor
  55. Texi AS
  56. ThingMagic
  57. Tridium
  58. ValidSoft
  59. Versus Technology
  60. Wavenis Technology
  61. Wireless Innovation
  62. XcelleNet
  63. Xsilogy
  64. Zetron
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