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Utilities look to RF Mesh to address network optimisation for next-generation distribution grid

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Utilities will rely heavily on RF mesh networks as a key communication technology, according to new research commissioned by Silver Spring Networks, Inc. and conducted by Zpryme. The research measured communication network priorities for next-generation distribution grid optimisation for 350 utilities across the globe.

The utilities surveyed noted that RF mesh networks offer flexibility to adapt to the changing needs of the electric network – through a focus on areas such as open standards and interoperability – and can help maintain compatibility for future needs.

The research also highlights the top five trends that were common amongst the surveyed utilities:

Utilities recognise that their communication networks must change to enable the next-generation distribution grid: Just 6% feel extremely ready with their current communication networks to support changes coming to the grid in the next 5 years.
Fiber optic and RF mesh lead the future of layered communication networks: 74% will use fiber optic, and 65% will use RF mesh in the next decade.
Utilities will use RF mesh to address a variety of use cases for field area networks: Top use cases include distribution automation, fault detection and AMI
No matter the technology or the need, reliability remains a top priority for communications networks: 91% said reliability is a priority for communications networks, followed by cost (78%).
Cybersecurity is the most significant concern with legacy communication networks: 56% listed cybersecurity as one of the top 3 pain points for their utility.

Matt Smith

Utilities are under enormous pressure to update their business and service model to incorporate more renewable sources, restore service faster after weather events, and meet higher customer expectations. The results from this survey show that utilities are aware of these challenges and are mindful of the steps they need to take to address these challenges and pressures.

“These results show us that utilities are looking ahead to proactively prepare for the future needs – including connecting distribution automation, renewable energy, smart grid and smart city assets – for improvement in service and reliability,” said Matt Smith, senior director of Grid Management, Silver Spring Networks. “Utilities that are adopting standards-based, secure, reliable and scalable network platforms, such as the solutions offered by Silver Spring Networks, can optimise their grid networks to meet future needs and scalability demands.”

H. Christine Richards

“The landscape of communication networks is drastically evolving as utilities aim to improve service and sustainability,” said H. Christine Richards, vice president of Research, Zpryme. “This research highlights what utilities are prioritising as they look to future next-generation distribution grid, and how these priorities may evolve.”

Silver Spring has more than 26.7 million enabled devices delivered on five continents. Silver Spring works with some of the world’s leading utility companies on grid management programs including Baltimore Gas and Electric, ComEd, CPFL Energia, CPS Energy, Florida Power & Light Company (FPL), Pacific Gas & Electric, Pepco Holdings Inc., Sacramento Municipal Utility District and WEL Networks.

For a complete look at the communication network trends that are shaping the next-generation grid, download the white paper.

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Yokogawa to conduct PoC test of remote pump monitoring service using its IIoT architecture

By Sheetal Kumbhar

Yokogawa Electric Corporation announced that it has begun working with Iwaki Co., Ltd. on a proof-of-concept (PoC) test for a remote pump monitoring service. This service will use an Industrial IoT (IIoT) architecture that is currently under development by Yokogawa. The PoC test will examine the market potential for such a service and investigate means by which it may be offered.

Yokogawa has exhibited and demonstrated a prototype version of this service at the IoT Solutions World Congress 2017, which was held in Barcelona, Spain on October 3. Yokogawa will also appear at the IoT Korea Exhibition 2017, which will be held in Seoul, South Korea starting October 11.

About This Service

Yokogawa and Iwaki will jointly conduct a PoC test of a service for remotely monitoring the operating status of Iwaki magnetic drive pumps which are widely used in chemical, pharmaceutical, and food plants for the transport of various types of fluids. The centrifugal pump in which the rotational force of a motor is transmitted to an impeller using magnetic force, eliminating the need for a seal to prevent the leakage of fluid. The wetted part is coated with either Teflon or silicon carbide and is chemical resistant.

With this service, operating data such as the current being drawn by a pump, pump discharge pressure and flow rate, temperature of the conveyed liquid, and tank empty/not empty status will be collected via an Iwaki pump protector DRN and transferred to the cloud using the IIoT infrastructure that Yokogawa currently has under development, and will be available for remote access from any location by a facility manager.

With the ability to remotely monitor the operating status of the pumps at a facility, the facility manager will be able to detect problems early on and consult with staff at the head office to decide on comprehensive and appropriate countermeasures.

Pump manufacturers will be able to use this service to ensure the timely maintenance of their customers’ products in the field. With this service, it will be possible to remotely monitor the operating status of multiple pumps, and a warning message can be emailed to the facility or maintenance manager to ensure a timely response whenever a set threshold is exceeded.

Iwaki is Japan’s manufacturer of chemical and pharmaceutical pumps. By partnering with this company, Yokogawa will gain access to its abundant know-how and expertise and thus be able to rapidly evaluate the market potential for such a service.

With the IIoT architecture that Yokogawa is developing, an IoT gateway device will receive sensor data via a low power wide area network (LPWAN) or some other wireless link, or via an analog/digital communications interface. Once in the cloud, this data can then be accessed using a cellular or fixed line network.

Yokogawa aims to create a system that simplifies the process of connecting to sensors and other instruments and transferring that data to the cloud. With plug-and-play functionality, device detection and configuration will be done automatically, and other functions will ease the tasks of data transfer, remote control, and alarm notification. […]

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Yokogawa to conduct PoC test of remote pump monitoring service using its IIoT architecture

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Yokogawa Electric Corporation announced that it has begun working with Iwaki Co., Ltd. on a proof-of-concept (PoC) test for a remote pump monitoring service. This service will use an Industrial IoT (IIoT) architecture that is currently under development by Yokogawa. The PoC test will examine the market potential for such a service and investigate means by which it may be offered.

Yokogawa has exhibited and demonstrated a prototype version of this service at the IoT Solutions World Congress 2017, which was held in Barcelona, Spain on October 3. Yokogawa will also appear at the IoT Korea Exhibition 2017, which will be held in Seoul, South Korea starting October 11.

About This Service

Yokogawa and Iwaki will jointly conduct a PoC test of a service for remotely monitoring the operating status of Iwaki magnetic drive pumps which are widely used in chemical, pharmaceutical, and food plants for the transport of various types of fluids. The centrifugal pump in which the rotational force of a motor is transmitted to an impeller using magnetic force, eliminating the need for a seal to prevent the leakage of fluid. The wetted part is coated with either Teflon or silicon carbide and is chemical resistant.

With this service, operating data such as the current being drawn by a pump, pump discharge pressure and flow rate, temperature of the conveyed liquid, and tank empty/not empty status will be collected via an Iwaki pump protector DRN and transferred to the cloud using the IIoT infrastructure that Yokogawa currently has under development, and will be available for remote access from any location by a facility manager.

With the ability to remotely monitor the operating status of the pumps at a facility, the facility manager will be able to detect problems early on and consult with staff at the head office to decide on comprehensive and appropriate countermeasures.

Pump manufacturers will be able to use this service to ensure the timely maintenance of their customers’ products in the field. With this service, it will be possible to remotely monitor the operating status of multiple pumps, and a warning message can be emailed to the facility or maintenance manager to ensure a timely response whenever a set threshold is exceeded.

Iwaki is Japan’s manufacturer of chemical and pharmaceutical pumps. By partnering with this company, Yokogawa will gain access to its abundant know-how and expertise and thus be able to rapidly evaluate the market potential for such a service.

With the IIoT architecture that Yokogawa is developing, an IoT gateway device will receive sensor data via a low power wide area network (LPWAN) or some other wireless link, or via an analog/digital communications interface. Once in the cloud, this data can then be accessed using a cellular or fixed line network.

Yokogawa aims to create a system that simplifies the process of connecting to sensors and other instruments and transferring that data to the cloud. With plug-and-play functionality, device detection and configuration will be done automatically, and other functions will ease the tasks of data transfer, remote control, and alarm notification. […]

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Litmus Automation selected for 3-month plug-and-play IoT Accelerator Programme

By Sheetal Kumbhar

Litmus Automation, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platform provider, has been accepted into the Plug and Play IoT Accelerator Programme. The 12-week programme is a combination of Internet of Things (IoT) accelerator, entrepreneurial ecosystem, and a way for forward-thinking corporations and VCs to connect with world-class start-ups.

“We anticipate a great deal of value from our participation in the Fall Plug and Play IoT Accelerator Programme,” said Vatsal Shah, co-founder and CEO of Litmus. “Loop and LoopEdge thrive on a rich IIoT provider ecosystem and we hope to make key connections that will bring our offerings to more potential clients worldwide.”

With more than 22 locations worldwide and success stories that include PayPal, Dropbox, SoundHound, and Lending Club, the Silicon Valley-based Plug and Play is a global innovation platform connecting startups to corporations and investing in more than 100 companies every year. The program helps startups and growth-stage companies raise funding and pursue business development opportunities in collaboration with corporations.

Vatsal Shah

Litmus Automation will enjoy continuous engagement during the 12-week program including deal flow sessions, one-on-one meetings with corporate partners and investors, public events and workshops. IoT Accelerator programme partners include SC Johnson, Sears Holdings, KONE, Hitachi, Honeywell, Samsung, Daikin, Mitsubishi and many more.

Participants also receive perks such as access to Plug and Play offices for co-working space, access to service partners for low cost operating solutions and credits with Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure and AWS.

“We source hundreds of companies per batch based on the technology interests of our corporate partners,” says Ivan Zgomba, partner at Plug and Play Ventures. “Our scouting list included 100 companies, then following our selection day in Sunnyvale, we narrowed it down to 24 companies that were formally invited to join our IoT Accelerator programme.

Needless to say, Litmus has a compelling business model and product offering that large corporations are interested in, and we look forward to bringing them into our ecosystem.”

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Litmus Automation selected for 3-month plug-and-play IoT Accelerator Programme

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Litmus Automation, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platform provider, has been accepted into the Plug and Play IoT Accelerator Programme. The 12-week programme is a combination of Internet of Things (IoT) accelerator, entrepreneurial ecosystem, and a way for forward-thinking corporations and VCs to connect with world-class start-ups.

“We anticipate a great deal of value from our participation in the Fall Plug and Play IoT Accelerator Programme,” said Vatsal Shah, co-founder and CEO of Litmus. “Loop and LoopEdge thrive on a rich IIoT provider ecosystem and we hope to make key connections that will bring our offerings to more potential clients worldwide.”

With more than 22 locations worldwide and success stories that include PayPal, Dropbox, SoundHound, and Lending Club, the Silicon Valley-based Plug and Play is a global innovation platform connecting startups to corporations and investing in more than 100 companies every year. The program helps startups and growth-stage companies raise funding and pursue business development opportunities in collaboration with corporations.

Vatsal Shah

Litmus Automation will enjoy continuous engagement during the 12-week program including deal flow sessions, one-on-one meetings with corporate partners and investors, public events and workshops. IoT Accelerator programme partners include SC Johnson, Sears Holdings, KONE, Hitachi, Honeywell, Samsung, Daikin, Mitsubishi and many more.

Participants also receive perks such as access to Plug and Play offices for co-working space, access to service partners for low cost operating solutions and credits with Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure and AWS.

“We source hundreds of companies per batch based on the technology interests of our corporate partners,” says Ivan Zgomba, partner at Plug and Play Ventures. “Our scouting list included 100 companies, then following our selection day in Sunnyvale, we narrowed it down to 24 companies that were formally invited to join our IoT Accelerator programme.

Needless to say, Litmus has a compelling business model and product offering that large corporations are interested in, and we look forward to bringing them into our ecosystem.”

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Neustar and NetFoundry claim to offer world’s first identity-secured IoT networking solution

By Sheetal Kumbhar

Neustar Inc, a trusted, neutral provider of real-time information services, and NetFoundry™, a Tata Communications business incubated in Tata Communications’ ‘Shape the Future’ program, announced an integration between the Neustar Trusted Device Identity (TDI) solution and NetFoundry’s Application Specific Networking (ASN) platform, which provides customers with superior security, extending trusted identity based solutions across multiple networks and clouds.

The Neustar Trusted Device Identity (TDI) solution, built-on-top of the NetFoundry Application-Specific platform, reduces the time, cost and risk of implementing secure end-to-end solutions.

“Creating a secure end-to-end environment based on identity for devices and secure core transport to the edge is necessary for IoT to gain adoption,” said Hank Skorny, SVP of IoT, Neustar. “Neustar and NetFoundry together provide a highly secure, highly manageable and recoverable environment to secure communications between any and all parties.”

“Traditional networking with the use of PKI and firewalls has been manageable to date, but the digitally transformed applications landscape requires the app contexts, such as identity, to programmatically define the network,” said Galeal Zino, founder of NetFoundry. “Our platform enables leading solutions from innovative partners such as Neustar to program the network to enforce each application’s identity, access and security policies, rather than trying to manually manage a separate set of policies on the network.”

Hank Skorny

PKI-based identity management solutions are leaving IoT enterprises exposed and overburdened with the need for certificate management of thousands of devices. Neustar TDI delivers a next-generation approach to trusted identity management, offering the scale and security required for the Internet of Things.

By applying this new approach to traditional PKI with multi-factor device authentication, Neustar TDI can authenticate and revoke identities in real-time, monitor and detect behavior anomalies, as well as enable organisations to quickly isolate and recover from breaches. This way the IT Network Operations Centre (NOC) can take back control of revocation and restoration.

The NetFoundry platform enables leading solution providers like Neustar to integrate application specific networking into their solutions (“AppWANs”) with no restrictions on network providers, VPNs or custom CPE. Each AppWAN is driven by the context of the application, such as identity, compliance and performance needs, enforcing application level micro-segmentation across any set of networks and clouds, with superior performance and security results, while enabling complete, centralised control and visibility of each AppWAN.

The Neustar and NetFoundry implementation is ideal for microservices-based architectures, such as the one developed by the open source EdgeX Foundry project of the Linux Foundation, of which both Neustar and NetFoundry are founding members.

Customers using a TDI and NetFoundry end-to-end solution benefit from:

Real-time activation and revocation

Route validation

Secure remote management

Anomaly detection

Multi-factor authentication

Recovery without the need to re-key

Endpoint and identity management

The security and efficiency of end-to-end identity driven networking

Enhanced application performance with dynamic path optimisation and remediation

Application level micro-segmentation with data-in-motion encryption and isolation

A secure end-to-end Networking Platform as a Service (NPaaS) solution will be demonstrated by Neustar and NetFoundry at the Linux Foundation/EdgeX Foundry booth at IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from October 3-5.

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Neustar and NetFoundry claim to offer world’s first identity-secured IoT networking solution

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Neustar Inc, a trusted, neutral provider of real-time information services, and NetFoundry™, a Tata Communications business incubated in Tata Communications’ ‘Shape the Future’ program, announced an integration between the Neustar Trusted Device Identity (TDI) solution and NetFoundry’s Application Specific Networking (ASN) platform, which provides customers with superior security, extending trusted identity based solutions across multiple networks and clouds.

The Neustar Trusted Device Identity (TDI) solution, built-on-top of the NetFoundry Application-Specific platform, reduces the time, cost and risk of implementing secure end-to-end solutions.

“Creating a secure end-to-end environment based on identity for devices and secure core transport to the edge is necessary for IoT to gain adoption,” said Hank Skorny, SVP of IoT, Neustar. “Neustar and NetFoundry together provide a highly secure, highly manageable and recoverable environment to secure communications between any and all parties.”

“Traditional networking with the use of PKI and firewalls has been manageable to date, but the digitally transformed applications landscape requires the app contexts, such as identity, to programmatically define the network,” said Galeal Zino, founder of NetFoundry. “Our platform enables leading solutions from innovative partners such as Neustar to program the network to enforce each application’s identity, access and security policies, rather than trying to manually manage a separate set of policies on the network.”

Hank Skorny

PKI-based identity management solutions are leaving IoT enterprises exposed and overburdened with the need for certificate management of thousands of devices. Neustar TDI delivers a next-generation approach to trusted identity management, offering the scale and security required for the Internet of Things.

By applying this new approach to traditional PKI with multi-factor device authentication, Neustar TDI can authenticate and revoke identities in real-time, monitor and detect behavior anomalies, as well as enable organisations to quickly isolate and recover from breaches. This way the IT Network Operations Centre (NOC) can take back control of revocation and restoration.

The NetFoundry platform enables leading solution providers like Neustar to integrate application specific networking into their solutions (“AppWANs”) with no restrictions on network providers, VPNs or custom CPE. Each AppWAN is driven by the context of the application, such as identity, compliance and performance needs, enforcing application level micro-segmentation across any set of networks and clouds, with superior performance and security results, while enabling complete, centralised control and visibility of each AppWAN.

The Neustar and NetFoundry implementation is ideal for microservices-based architectures, such as the one developed by the open source EdgeX Foundry project of the Linux Foundation, of which both Neustar and NetFoundry are founding members.

Customers using a TDI and NetFoundry end-to-end solution benefit from:

Real-time activation and revocation

Route validation

Secure remote management

Anomaly detection

Multi-factor authentication

Recovery without the need to re-key

Endpoint and identity management

The security and efficiency of end-to-end identity driven networking

Enhanced application performance with dynamic path optimisation and remediation

Application level micro-segmentation with data-in-motion encryption and isolation

A secure end-to-end Networking Platform as a Service (NPaaS) solution will be demonstrated by Neustar and NetFoundry at the Linux Foundation/EdgeX Foundry booth at IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from October 3-5.

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Samsung HMD Odyssey the ultimate windows mixed reality experience

By Sheetal Kumbhar

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., in partnership with Microsoft, announced the Samsung HMD Odyssey – the most immersive Windows Mixed Reality (MR) headset in the market. The quick and easy to set up Samsung HMD Odyssey delivers a premium virtual reality experience, with superior picture quality and the highest resolution display taking consumers to entirely new virtual limits.

“The Samsung HMD Odyssey is a high performing headset designed to provide the most immersive Windows Mixed Reality experience,” said YG Choi, senior vice president of PC Business Team, Samsung Electronics. “With the widest field of view, built-in spatial sound and easy setup, the Samsung HMD Odyssey transports consumers to incredible virtual reality experiences.”

Lifelike experiences

With dual 3.5-inch AMOLED displays, the Samsung HMD Odyssey delivers vibrant colours, and deeper blacks, providing crisper, more lifelike images. The 110-degree field of view allows users to discover paramount virtual experiences around them. With built-in premium AKG headphones, users are even more immersed in the experience with 360 degree spatial sound.

Incredibly easy start

The Windows Mixed Reality experience with the Samsung HMD Odyssey has been designed to give users the very best experience right out of the box. Unlike typical head-mounted displays, you do not need to install any extra motion sensors – simply connect to your PC and get started. With inside-out position tracking, users are not restricted to a limited space during their virtual reality experience.

For a more immersive experience, Samsung HMD Odyssey comes with a Six Degrees of Freedom (6 DOF) sensor allowing for intuitive and natural movements. With an adjustable control wheel, the Samsung HMD Odyssey is designed to provide a comfortable and snug fit.

Alex Kipman, technical fellow at Microsoft said, “We’re excited to welcome the Samsung HMD Odyssey to the Windows Mixed Reality family of devices. This is an incredible product and another important step for the mixed reality journey we are on at Microsoft. With the Samsung HMD Odyssey, the team at Samsung has developed a Windows Mixed Reality headset that will delight our fans looking to immerse themselves in the world of mixed reality this holiday.”

The Samsung HMD Odyssey comes with integrated AKG headphones and array mics for voice commands, as well as two motion controllers. The Samsung HMD Odyssey will be available later this year in the US, China, Korea, Brazil and Hong Kong.

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Samsung HMD Odyssey the ultimate windows mixed reality experience

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., in partnership with Microsoft, announced the Samsung HMD Odyssey – the most immersive Windows Mixed Reality (MR) headset in the market. The quick and easy to set up Samsung HMD Odyssey delivers a premium virtual reality experience, with superior picture quality and the highest resolution display taking consumers to entirely new virtual limits.

“The Samsung HMD Odyssey is a high performing headset designed to provide the most immersive Windows Mixed Reality experience,” said YG Choi, senior vice president of PC Business Team, Samsung Electronics. “With the widest field of view, built-in spatial sound and easy setup, the Samsung HMD Odyssey transports consumers to incredible virtual reality experiences.”

Lifelike experiences

With dual 3.5-inch AMOLED displays, the Samsung HMD Odyssey delivers vibrant colours, and deeper blacks, providing crisper, more lifelike images. The 110-degree field of view allows users to discover paramount virtual experiences around them. With built-in premium AKG headphones, users are even more immersed in the experience with 360 degree spatial sound.

Incredibly easy start

The Windows Mixed Reality experience with the Samsung HMD Odyssey has been designed to give users the very best experience right out of the box. Unlike typical head-mounted displays, you do not need to install any extra motion sensors – simply connect to your PC and get started. With inside-out position tracking, users are not restricted to a limited space during their virtual reality experience.

For a more immersive experience, Samsung HMD Odyssey comes with a Six Degrees of Freedom (6 DOF) sensor allowing for intuitive and natural movements. With an adjustable control wheel, the Samsung HMD Odyssey is designed to provide a comfortable and snug fit.

Alex Kipman, technical fellow at Microsoft said, “We’re excited to welcome the Samsung HMD Odyssey to the Windows Mixed Reality family of devices. This is an incredible product and another important step for the mixed reality journey we are on at Microsoft. With the Samsung HMD Odyssey, the team at Samsung has developed a Windows Mixed Reality headset that will delight our fans looking to immerse themselves in the world of mixed reality this holiday.”

The Samsung HMD Odyssey comes with integrated AKG headphones and array mics for voice commands, as well as two motion controllers. The Samsung HMD Odyssey will be available later this year in the US, China, Korea, Brazil and Hong Kong.

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Netsnapper to support the latest developments in the Industrial Internet of Things

By Sheetal Kumbhar

Netsnapper has announced that it will be supporting a number of the Testbeds selected to showcase real demonstrations of Industrial IoT in action at the IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona (3-5 October 2017). The company, which recently became one of the newest members of the Industrial Internet Consortium, is providing its seamless encrypted connectivity […]

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