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NB-IoT: Pros and Cons of the new LPWA Radio Technology by Lyn Matten, mm1 Technology

NB-IoT: Pros and Cons of the new LPWA Radio Technology

  1. 1. Titelbild immer bis zu den Kanten führen Eine Sammlung by Bildern für Power Point findet ihr hier. NB-IoT (LTE Cat NB1): Pros and Cons of the new LPWA Standard Lyn Matten Cologne, 11.10. 2017 Titelbild immer bis zu den Kanten führen Eine Sammlung by Bildern für Power Point findet ihr hier.
  2. 2. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de A Your Speaker B An Introduction to LPWAN C Comparison NB-IoT, LoRaWAN, Sigfox, LTE-M E Status Quo NB-IoT F Pros & Cons NB-IoT Agenda
  3. 3. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Your Speaker 3 § CEO – mm1 Technology GmbH § Diploma Information Management (FH) Magister Artium in German language and literature studies, philosophy, political science § 15 years of experience in Consultancy and Management § Member of several DKE smart home and IT security standardization boards § Setup and management of an international industrial alliance for secure and wireless building automation § Setup and management of a start-up for the development of secure radio technology for wireless building automation Lyn Matten
  4. 4. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de mm1t - Specialist in hardware and software development founded by leading consultancy for Connected Business 4 consulting technology Experienced Consultants… § develop Connected Business strategies and business models § design converged (product) offerings § manage realization and go-to-market activities § lead transformation initiatives (IT, organization, processes, etc.) Skilled developers & architects… § evaluate and design Connected Business technologies (radio, networks, devices, cloud, etc.) § develop and implement IoT solutions (connectivity, hardware, software, apps) § test, validate, and integrate (wireless) components “WE MAKE CONNECTED BUSINESS CHAMPIONS!“
  5. 5. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de A Your Speaker B An Introduction to LPWAN C Comparison NB-IoT, LoRaWAN, Sigfox, LTE-M E Status Quo NB-IoT F Pros & Cons NB-IoT Agenda
  6. 6. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de The IoT concept has gained enormous momentum lately. The number of connected devices is estimated to skyrocket within the next decade. 6 Sources: 1) IHS 2) Gartner 3) Ericsson 4) Cisco 5) IDC Gartner2 2015: 20 billion in 2020 IHS1 2016: 30 billion in 2020 Ericsson3 2010: 50 billion in 2020 Cisco4 2011: 50 billion in 2020 IDC5 2014: 28 billion in 2020 BI Intelligence2 2017: 17 billion in 2020 Machina Research1 2017: 27 billion in 2025
  7. 7. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Why is LPWA needed? Current GSM and LTE solutions are not fitting for most IoT use cases. Several characteristics of current GSM and LTE solutions make them unfitting for IoT appliances: 7 § Insufficient range, necessitates thick backbone (è NB-IoT coverage with existing backbone much better) § Insufficient penetration of structures § High current consumption § Wider band than NB-IoT, more TX power è high current consumption, lower range § RF modules too expensive for deployment in huge numbers DESIGNED FOR IMPEDIMENTS FOR IOT USAGE § Basic data exchange § Today: Legacy devices (GSM first introduced in 1991) § Designed for mobile devices with high data rates and low latency needs LPWA fills a gap in the landscape of wireless technologies: Connecting huge amounts of sensors with need for long service periods, long range and the ability to operate without local gateway infrastructure.
  8. 8. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de LPWAN technology is tailored for the use in the IoT environment. 8 Low Power Wide Area Network describes a class of network protocols designed to establish connections between low energy devices (e.g. a battery driven sensor) and a network server. They are designed to achieve § long range (5-15 km claimed) with § low energy consumption (claimed battery life span > 10 years). § Low data rates (0.018-375 kbps) § small packet sizes and § potential high latencies are consciously taken into account to achieve those benefits. Range BandwidthRequired RFID / NFC Bluetooth BLE WPAN 802.15.4 ZigBee 802.15.4 WBAN 802.15.6 2G 3G 4G 5G 802.11a 802.11b 802.11g 802.11ac 802.11ad 802.11n LPWA
  9. 9. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de The rise of Sigfox started a rapid innovation cycle that has seen the rise of standards like LoRaWAN, LTE-M, & NB-IOT. 9 Sources: 1) Harald Naumann § Lack of fitting IoT technology and standards encourages development of specialized solutions like Sigfox, Ingenu and LoRaWAN. § In 2016, carrier-driven 3GPP specifies the IoT focused standards LTE-M and NB-IoT in response § Today, LPWA providers roll out their networks as quickly as possible, in order to cover some ground before LTE-M and NB-IoT are introduced to the market. 2000 2010 2020 2000 : GPRS introduces voice transmission 2008 : On- Ramp Wireless (now Ingenu) founded 2009: Backed by Air Liquide, Total and Salesforce Ventures, French startup Sigfox starts to roll- out their worldwide LPWA network 2015: Non- profit LoRa- Alliance (over 400 industrial members) launches v 1.0 of the LoRaWAN standard. 3 GPP (a collaboration between groups of telecommunicatio n associations) finalizes LTE Cat M1 and LTE Cat NB1 standards. S THE EVOLUTION OF 3 GPP IOT STANDARDS1 NB-IoT è LTE Cat M2 è EC-GSM NB-GSM NB-CSS C-UNB NB-M2M NB-CIoT NB-OFDMA LTE Cat M1 LTE Cat NB1 EC-GPRS EC-GPRS è LTE Cat 0 LTE Cat 00 eMTC Cat M è 3GPP Rel 13 Juni 2016
  10. 10. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de NB-IoT is one of the 3GPP LPWA standards finalized in release 13. 10 § LPWA standard made for IoT applications § Published in 2016 by 3GPP as part of release 13 (in addition to LTE Cat M1, EC-GSM-IoT) § Telco driven § Internationally standardized § Licensed frequency bands (GSM / LTE) § Renounces LTE features (e.g. handover, measurements to monitor channel quality, carrier aggregation, dual connectivity) in order to reduce device costs and minimize battery consumption § Deployment Modes: Standalone, LTE Guardband, LTE In-Band § Other Features (exemplary selection): – PSM (Power Saving Mode): When turning the radio module off, the user equipment remains registered with the network for a set timeframe in order to resign the power-consuming device-network reattach procedure – eDRX (Extended Discontinuous Reception): Power saving by momentarily switching off the receive section of the radio module (up to 175 min.) NB-IoT Cloud Connected Devices Telco Backbone
  11. 11. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Other LPWA related standards and technologies worth mentioning: 11 HaLow Symphony Link
  12. 12. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Numerous use cases can be realized using LPWA technology. Predictive Maintenance Boilers Monitoring Critical Goods Management Water metering Industrial Dash Button Electricity, gas and fuel metering Structural Health Monitoring Smart Building Management Parking Slot Availability Monitoring Water Level Monitoring Street Lighting ManagementFire Hydrant Monitoring Air-Quality Monitoring Dumpster Monitoring Traffic Management Smart City Package pick-up Service Dash Button Retail Outdoor Sports GPS Tracker Water Leak Detection Connected Mailbox Water Quality Monitoring Smoke DetectorHome Alarm System Smart Home Livestock Management Smart Irrigation Silo Fleet Monitoring Crop Management Agriculture Fleet Management Industry Weather Stations
  13. 13. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Video Security NB-IoT is no „one size fits“ all IoT solution. Data-intensive and time-critical applications cannot be realized with todays standards. 13 Caption: Time-critical Data-intensive Traffic Safety and Control Smart Grid Augmented Reality Industrial / Medical Robots Automation Fire Detection / Intrusion Detection Autonomous Driving Access Control
  14. 14. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de A Your Speaker B An Introduction to LPWAN C Comparison NB-IoT, LoRaWAN, Sigfox, LTE-M E Status Quo NB-IoT F Pros & Cons NB-IoT Agenda
  15. 15. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Overview other forthcoming / relevant LPWA standards 15 § LoRaWAN = MAC layer protocol specification; built on top of the LoRa modulation scheme § LoRa = proprietary spread spectrum modulation scheme developed by Semtech, derivative of chirp spread spectrum modulation (CSS) § Layer 2 means added flexibility but no market-ready solution § Market-ready solution based on proprietary Sigfox technology § First modern LPWA network § Sigfox radios from different companies available (e.g. TI) § Control over the infrastructure remains with Sigfox § Increment of LTE standard (like NB-IoT) specified in 2016 by 3GPP as part of release 13 § Parts of the specification (e.g. PSM) are still being coordinated between infrastructure providers, chipset manufacturers, and network operators § No additional hardware needed for infrastructure rollout (software update sufficient for radio station support) -M
  16. 16. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Comparison of LPWA standards and exemplary modules 16 NB-IoT LoRaWAN Sigfox LTE-M Nationwide Coverage Africa: 0, Asia: 0, EU: 0, Americas: 0 Africa: 1, Asia: 1, EU: 3, Americas: 0 Africa: 0, Asia: 0, EU: 10, Americas: 0 Africa: 0, Asia: 2, EU: 0, Americas: 1 Frequency (Europe) GSM band / LTE band (licensed) (B3,B8,B20) 868 MHz (unlicensed) 868 MHz (unlicensed) LTE band (licensed) VoLTE / Voice no no no yes Duplex HDX HDX HDX (limited) HDX Bandwidth (kHz) 180 125 192 1080 Subscription Cost on request on request on request e.g. 1.7 EUR / month (@200 kb / month) Max. # Messages / Day unlimited unlimited 140 unlimited Roaming no no (planned) yes5 yes exemplarydatafor Module(s) BC95-B20 SX1272, SX1273, SX1276, SX1277, SX1278, SX1279 ATA8520E Quectel BG96 Link Budget (dB) 150-168 156 Transmission (TX) Power (dBm) 23 20 14 23 TX Current (max TX Power) (mA) 125 (@20 dBm) 32.7 (@14 dBm) 190 (@23 dBm) Max Sensitivity (dBm) -129 -130 to -148 -121.5 -107 Supply Current (µA) PSM: 5 Idle mode: 6000 PSM: 0.1 Idle mode: 1.5 PSM: 0.005 Idle mode: 50 PSM: 10.4 Idle mode: 1990 Max Data Rate (DL/UL) (kbps) 24 / 15.625 0.018 to 40 0.6 / 0.1 375 / 375 Module Costs 14.49 EUR1 (@1 unit) from 5.61 EUR2 (SX1273, @1 unit) from 2.09 EUR3 (@1 unit) 33.90 EUR4 (@1 unit) Sources: 1) Tekmodul 2) Mouser 3) Microchip 4) Octopart 5) Sigfoxas of 09/2017
  17. 17. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de A Your Speaker B An Introduction to LPWAN C Comparison NB-IoT, LoRaWAN, Sigfox, LTE-M E Status Quo NB-IoT F Pros & Cons NB-IoT Agenda
  18. 18. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Caption: good coverage rollout in progress OPERATORS & PARTNERS NB-IoT None of todays solutions offers global LPWA coverage. Strong market dynamics, different stages of expansion 18 AVAILABILITY STANDARD / TECHNOLOGY -M as of 09/2017
  19. 19. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de OPERATORS & PARTNERS NB-IoT As of today, there is no LPWA solution with nationwide coverage in Germany. 19 AVAIL- ABILITY* *illustrative STANDARD / TECHNOLOGY § Actility and telenet expect nationwide Netzikon coverage in 20181 § Digimondo predicts nationwide coverage at the end of 20172 § The things network has 102 gateways connected around Germany3 § Sigfox claims to cover nearly half of Germany, including most big cities. § European Sigfox / Telefonica partnership announced5 § DT promises nationwide coverage by the end of 2018 (first smart parking project realized in Hamburg) § Vodafone’s roll-out delayed (Open Lab in Düsseldorf)4 § Telefonica with pilot project in Munich ROLL-OUT DETAILS § No LTE-M Deployments yet -M as of 09/2017
  20. 20. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de as of 09/2017 20 Test run / Selected Cities covered Nationwide roll-out planned / in progress Nationwide roll- out planned / in progress Test run / Selected Cities covered Caption: Overview: Carrier NB-IoT Activities in Europe
  21. 21. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de A Your Speaker B An Introduction to LPWAN C Comparison NB-IoT, LoRaWAN, Sigfox, LTE-M E Status Quo NB-IoT F Pros & Cons NB-IoT Agenda
  22. 22. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de NB-IoT – Advantages and Considerations compared to other LPWA technologies 22 Advantages Considerations + low power consumption + (expected) moderate module costs + better Link Power Budget than unl.* + better range / coverage than unl.* + better penetration of structures than unl.* + better data rates than unl.* (sufficient for FU-OTA) + more reliable bi-directional communication than unl.* + physical infrastructure already in place: Fast roll-out and market readiness + Higher service level than unl.* due to licensed band + Telco provided (proved ability to provide mass mobile networks with high service level) + international standard (roaming expected soon) + wider range of use cases than unl.* - puzzling competition between NB-IoT and LTE Cat M1, differences in battery performance are marginal** - Sigfox still leading in coverage (Europe) and with roaming support (2G sunset and available LTE infrastructure may boost licensed standards though) - early adoption phase, scarce coverage / fragmented situation - modules don’t have reliable maturity yet - data rates inferior to LTE-M - Pricing models in evolution, hard to calculate valid business cases - no roaming (yet) - no Voice Transmission support - Deployability could be problematic (deployment in side band or in deprecated GSM spectrum) **Even though some analysts say, there might be no use case where NB-IoT excels LTE Cat M1, NB-IoT is likely to be deployed in areas with a high number of GSM deployments and where LTE coverage is scarce *) unl. = Standards using unlicensed bands (e.g. LoRaWAN, Sigfox)
  23. 23. mm1 Technology GmbH Schiffbauerdamm 19, 10117 Berlin www.mm1-technology.de Telefon: +49 30 97 00 43 50 Fax: +49 30 97 00 43 52 E-Mail: office@mm1-technology.de Amtsgericht Charlottenburg HRB 173672 B Ust-Id Nr.: DE304870479 Sprechen Sie uns an! Lyn Matten Managing Director +49 151 50674715 l.matten@mm1-technology.de mm1 technology, a specialist in wireless technology, provides hardware and software solutions for an increasingly networked world. Experienced developers and architects support the technical implementation of Connected Business solutions. The range of services includes the evaluation and selection of the best technology, the functional and technical specification, the implementation of prototypes and software deliverables, as well as the integration of radio protocols in products and components. If necessary, mm1 Technology also develops complete, proprietary radio protocols and systems. The focus is on Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), as used in the application areas of Smart Home, Connected Building or generally in the local Internet of Things. mm1 technology was founded in Berlin in 2015 and is a subsidiary of mm1 Consulting & Management PartG.
  24. 24. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de 25 BACKUP
  25. 25. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Other LPWA related standards and technologies worth mentioning – Detail View (1/3) 26 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL SOURCES § Set (Weightless-P, -N, -W available) of open LPWAN standards § LoRaWAN based § Maintained by non-profit Weightless SIG (prominent members: Accenture, ARM, Sony, Telensa) § LPWA based on UNB modulation technology, covering 10 cities all over the world (London, Dallas, …), offices in the UK and USA § Focus on common IoT use cases (Smart Parking, Smart Irrigation, …) § Featured Partners: ParkHub, Cisco, Appyparking § Wikipedia § Weightless.org § Nwave.io § Appyparking § ParkHub § Based in San Diego, until 2015 know as “On-Ramp Wireless” § Owns and uses RPMA (Random phase multiple access, LPWA channel access method) § Focus on utility, oil and gas based use cases § Wikipedia § ingenu.com § Industrial consortium; prominent members: Cisco, Toshiba, Fujitsu, GlobalSign, Huawei, TI § Mission: Promote certified standards that coordinate wireless systems, ensure vendor interoperability § Wi-sun.org
  26. 26. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Other LPWA related standards and technologies worth mentioning – Detail View (2/3) 27 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL SOURCES § US based, founded 2014, IoT networks focus § Sells “Symphony Link” a LoRaWAN based LPWA technology with FOTA, QoS and Roaming support. § Founded 2011, focus on turn-key solutions, Networks all over the world § LPWA Technology based on proprietary NB-Fi protocol, full duplex (!) gateways, >50 km coverage claimed § Wikipedia § LinkLabs.com § Waviot.com § Focus on Smart City use cases / products, e.g. Smart Lighting („worlds most deployed smart streetlight solution“) and Smart Parking § Powered by proprietary “Telensa UNB” § App-to-device solution § Telensa.com § Founded 2002, Based in Cambridge, UK § Develops Narrowband mesh (!) network for utility-, gas-, and water metering solutions and Smart Street Lighting § Cyanconnode.com
  27. 27. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Other LPWA related standards and technologies worth mentioning – Detail View (3/3) 28 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL SOURCES § Wi-Fi HaLow = IEEE 802.11ah, which is an amendment of the IEEE 802.11-2007 wireless networking standard § Designed for IoT applications § ISM band; data rate of 100 kbps, 1km coverage (claimed) § Founded in 2002, based in San Jose § Focus on Smart Grid use cases, sells IPv6-based smart grid communications networks § Wikipedia § Wikipedia § Silverspringnet HaLow
  28. 28. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Sources by Topic (1/2) 29 NB-IoT roll-out in Europe (as of 09/2017) § Roll-Out Übersicht von Pycom § Roll-Out Übersicht von Telegeography.com § Karte mit auf 3GPP Standards basierenden IoT Stationen von GSMA § (List of Mobile Network Operators in Europe) § Altice (& Huawei) mit Labor in Portugal § Cosmote mit Smart City Pilotprojekt in Griechenland § DNA mit „Indoor Air Quality“ Testlauf in Finnland § DT mit roll-out in Deutschland, Niederlangen, Griechenland, Polen, Ungarn, Österreich, Slowakei, Kroatien § Elisa hat in Finnland getestet § NOS mit „Water Monitoring“ Pilotprojekt in Portugal § O2 testet im UK § Orange Belgium kündigt NB-IoT roll-out an § Proximus testet in Belgien § SFR experimentiert mit NB-IoT (und LTE Cat M1) in Frankreich § Swisscom kündigt roll-out an § Tele2 Live Demo in Estland § Telefonica mit Pilotprojekt in Spanien § Telekom Austria testet § Telenor testet in Norwegen § Telia testet mit Schafen in Norwegen § Telia plant NB-IoT roll-out für 2017 § TIM mit „Water Monitoring“ in Italien § Vodafone kündigt roll-out in Deutschland, Irland, Spanien, Niederlanden an § Vodafone testet in Tschechien # IoT Connected Devices § Übersicht by Spectrum mit verschiedenen Quellen zur # of Connected Devices im IoT § Übersicht by Forbes mit verschiedenen Quellen zur # of Connected Devices im IoT § # Connected Devices nach IHS § # Connected Devices nach Gartner § Ericsson CEO sagt 50 Milliarden Connected Devices voraus (Prognose wurde revidiert) Ericsson § Cisco Internet of Things report
  29. 29. mm1 Technology – Your Development Partner for Connected Business Solutions www.mm1-technology.de | office@mm1-technology.de Sources by Topic (2/2) 30 History of LPWA § „Past, present and future of LPWAN“ by Brian Ray § Evolutoion of 3GPP Standards Harald Naumann Chips and Modules § BC95 / BC20 on Tekmodul § SX1273 on Mouser § ATA8520E on Microchip § Quectel BG96 on Octopart § Sigfox SoC Solutions by Atmel Technology § 3GPP adopts release 13 by 3GPP § “3GPP Standards for the Internet of Things” by 3GPP § Use cases for the “Tactile Internet” by ITU § IEEE 802.11ah / WiFi HaLow by Elektronik Kompendium § „ISM-Band and Short Range Device Regulatory Compliance Overview” by TI § “ERC Recommendation” by ECC Comparison of Standards § A survey on LPWA technology: LoRa and NB-IoT by Korean Institute of Communications Information Sciences § LoRa vs LTE-M vs Sigfox by Nick Hunn § „NB-IOT vs. LoRa vs. Sigfox“ by LinkLabs § Differences between LTE Cat M1 and NB-IoT by Sequans § A survey on LPWA technology: LoRa and NB-IoT by Sciencedirect § „NB-IoT, NB-LTE oder LTE Cat NB1?“ by Elektroniknet.de Sigfox § Roaming with Sigfox § „Sigfox Technology Overview“ by Sigfox § „Sigfox Basics“ by Sigfox LoRa / LoRaWAN § Roaming with LoRaWAN Businesswire § „LoRA Alliance Technology“ by LoRa Alliance § „What is LoRaWAN“ by LinkLabs § „What is LoRa“ by Semtech § LoRaWAN by The Things Network § LoRaWAN limitations by The Things Network § „A Study of LoRa: Long Range & Low Power Networks for the Internet of Things” by NCBI NB-IoT § „NB-IoT Deployment Guide“ by GSMA § „NB-IoT“ by ietf.org § „NB-IoT is Dead. Long Live NB-IoT” by Nick Hunn § “3 Reasons You Should Forget about NB-IOT” by LinkLabs § „3GPP Narrowband IoT standardization (…) complete” by Qualcomm § “NARROWBAND IOT: FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW” by Deutsche Telekom LTE-M § “The State of LTE-M” by Pycom.io Business and Use Cases § Machine to Machine Plans by Verizon § “SigFox Vs. LoRa: A Comparison Between Technologies & Business Models” by LinkLabs § “Why IoT Startups Need To Consider The Business Model First” by LinkLabs § „LPWA Applications: Smart Cities“ by Sierra Wireless § „NB-IoT Case Studies“ by LinkLabs

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