IIoT Challenges and Opportunities. Thursday, Septembe 15, 2016 from 8:30 am – Noon
 
 
8:15 am - 8:45 am Networking Breakfast
Continental Breakfast will be served in the meeting room to allow attendees and speakers time to network before presentations begin.
8:45 am - 8:55 am Welcome and Introductions
Claude Baudoin, Owner and Principal Consultant for cébé IT and Knowledge Management  

Bio:  Claude Baudoin is the owner and principal consultant for cébé IT and Knowledge Management, a strategy consulting firm based in Austin, Texas. Claude is a proven leader and visionary in Information Technology and Knowledge Management, with extensive experience working in a global environment. Capable of sorting out the important guidance from masses of information and research, and of aligning it with the goals of the enterprise, he delivers pragmatic recommendations. In addition to consulting in the Oil & Gas and government sectors, Claude is the energy domain advisor to the Object Management Group and the Industrial Internet Consortium.

8:55 am - 9:15 am Introduction to Object Management Group, the Industrial Internet and Current IIoT Standards
Andrew Watson, Vice President and Technical Director Object Management Group® (OMG®)                         VIEW PDF
Abstract:  Products implementing OMG standards are at the heart of many Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems, from controlling hydro-electric power generation to integrated logistics fleet management systems. Relevant OMG standards include:
  • Data-Distribution Service for Real-Time Systems (DDS), the premier open middleware standard directly addressing publish-subscribe communications for real-time and embedded systems
  • Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML), a relatively new standard, used to design viable user interfaces with the IIoT
  • System Assurance (SysA) and Software Quality specifications which are critical to building secure and dependable multi-platform systems
  • Systems Modeling Language (SysML), which provides the tools and notations for designing complex interdisciplinary systems and systems-of-systems that incorporate multiple components at large scale.
  • Information modelling and interoperability standards like the Ontology Definition MetaModel (ODM) and Model Driven Message Interoperability (MDMI) specifications, which designers can use to ensure that they are ascribing consistent semantics to the information flowing across IIoT applications.

This overview puts DDS, IFML, SysA, SysML, ODM, MDMI and OMG's other IIoT work in context, describing the areas where OMG standards provide a foundation for IIoT deployments around the globe.

Bio:  Andrew has overall responsibility for OMG's technology adoption process, and also chairs the Architecture Board, the group of distinguished technical contributors from OMG member organizations which oversees the technical consistency of OMG's specifications.

9:15 am - 9:35 am  The Industrial Internet: Opportunities, Disruptions and Standards
Dr. Said Tabet, Senior Technologist and Industry Standards Strategist, EMC, IIC Steering Committee Member              VIEW PDF
Abstract:  The ideas behind the Internet of Things (or Cyber-Physical Systems, or Machine-to-Machine Interoperability, Industrie 4.0, or several other names) are not particularly new; indeed, what has happened is really a convergence of existing technologies and corporate strategies. As the number of sensors in the world rapidly outpaces the world population, and concepts of Big Data for real-time, predictive analytics comes to the fore, new market opportunities appear. In fact, the world will see major disruptions in transportation, financial management, medical devices and other markets as "Internet thinking" moves into the industrial domain. 

Bio:   Dr. Said Tabet is a Senior Technologist and Industry Standards Strategist in the Corporate Office of the CTO at EMC. Said is a member of the Object Management Group Board of Directors and a member of the Industrial Internet Consortium Steering Committee. Said is Chair of the INCITS CS1 Secure Cloud Computing Ad-Hoc Group, and a member of the US delegation to ISO SC27. Dr. Tabet is also a member of the Cloud Security Alliance International Standardization Council, co-Chair of the SME Council and the Cloud Security SLA working group. Said spent over two decades driving and contributing to various international standardization activities including ISO, RuleML, OMG standards, W3C Semantic Web and Rules, Risk and Compliance, GRC-XML, Regulatory Reporting and Supervision, Security and Data protection and Privacy.

9:35 am - 10:05 am Social Value Creation via IoT: Smart City, Enterprise and Service Solutions
Kurt Jacobs, Director, IoT Solutions, NEC Enterprise Communication Technologies                 VIEW PDF
Abstract: IoT’s value goes beyond an exchange of sensor information and analysis. It is a revolution in information and communication that creates an enhanced social infrastructure in which the cyber world is uniquely integrated with the real world. An integration that rearranges and increases the role of cyber based devices and information with when, where and how humans interact or react. Even with increases in device connectivity, humans remain the most important aspect of the system. It is the value they extract in terms of safety, efficiency, security, environmental protection and equality that is the benchmark of success. In this session, we will share examples and best practices of how to deploy IoT sensors, structure tiered information analysis and more importantly bring the “human in the loop” for smart city and enterprise IoT solutions. Referencing IIC frameworks and case studies, we will explore items to consider to avoid common issues, concerns and pitfalls when deploying an IoT system.

Bio: A 20 year veteran of emerging communication technologies and system deployments, Kurt leads product and solution development enabling the new enterprise value chain with Internet of Things (IoT), including Unified Communications and Visual ICT technologies. For NEC he works with scores of cross industry partners, integrators and companies leading the IoT revolution. In that role, he coordinates the operational, security, business value and architectural requirements for enterprise and smart city IoT systems. Kurt joined NEC in 2007 launching a broad portfolio of enterprise and public sector solutions to global markets and was the program director for NEC’s communication platform cybersecurity accreditation. Additionally he is a naval officer with experience in nuclear energy, disaster response, NATO, aviation operations, maritime security, operational analysis and strategic planning. He holds engineering and MBA degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a former assistant professor in Economics & Mathematics at the United States Naval Academy and is a graduate of the US Naval War College in National Security and Strategic Studies.
10:05 am - 10:20 am Refreshment Break
10:20 am  - 10:50 am Systems Engineering and the Internet of Things
Matthew Hause,GTM Technical Specialist, Engineering Fellow, PTC, OMG UPDM Co-Chair                           VIEW PDF
Graham Bleakley, Ph.D., Solution Architect, IBM's IOT Watson Group, OMG UPDM Co-Chair                                         
Abstract:  The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of systems (SoS) in every sense of the definition. The future of IoT success, including technology advancements and revenue generating potential across the business spectrum, is dependent on the application of solid Systems Engineering and Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) principals. Without MBSE, the complexity involved in the design, development, and deployment of IoT systems would consume both system and operational providers. Absent of any industry standards, IoT systems cannot be built in a vacuum and their success will only be realized through application of modern day systems engineering processes, methods, and tools. Technology advancements in consumer products will continue to evolve to facilitate connection to larger and larger IoT networks. This will be the catalyst that will drive entire infrastructures changes to: Federal, State, City, and local governments; product development companies; utility and service providers; and even to consumers and their homes in order to support the growing demand for connected products. The infrastructure and management will need to be established prior to, or in conjunction with, the smart systems that support them.

BIO: Co-chair of the UPDM group, a member of the OMG Architecture Board, and a member of the OMG SysML specification team. Matthew has been developing multi-national complex systems for over 35 years. He started out working in the power systems industry and has been involved in military command and control systems, process control, communications, SCADA, distributed control, office automation and many other areas of technical and real-time systems. His role at PTC includes mentoring, sales presentations, standards development, presentations at conferences, specification of the UPDM profile and developing and presenting training courses. He has written over 100 technical papers on architectural modeling, project management, systems engineering, model-based engineering, human factors, safety critical systems development, virtual team management, product line engineering, systems of systems, systems and software development with UML, SysML and Architectural Frameworks such as DoDAF and MODAF. He has been a regular presenter at INCOSE, the IEEE, BCS, the IET, the OMG, AIAA, DoD Enterprise Architecture, Embedded Systems Conference and many other conferences.

Bio:  Graham Bleakley originally studied Mechanical Engineering, this was followed by a PhD in Model Based Systems Engineering and Process for Safety Critical Systems. Over the past 15 years he has worked as a senior consultant with a number of aero, defence (BAE, MBDA, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, SAAB, Thales etc) and automotive companies (Volvo, Daimler, Lear, Valeo, GM), helping them implement model based systems engineering and use UPDM. He has written and presented a number of technical papers for INCOSE as well for other conferences and publications on the themes of Model Based Systems Engineering and Enterprise Architecture. He is currently a Solution Architect in IBMs IOT Watson group, where he helps develop integrated solutions based upon IBM development products. His latest projects are around developing solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things working with the IIC. When not doing this, he works on Model Based System Engineering Process definition and Architectural Frameworks, he is the Lead Architect and one of the co-chairs of the OMG UPDM group and is one of the IBM representatives for the Industrial Internet Consortium.
10:50 am - 11:10 am  Software Security Issues in the Industrial Internet
Dr. Bill Curtis, Director, Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ)                                     VIEW PDF
Abstract: Since IoT will be integrating systems built by different vendors and manufacturers, incorrect assumptions about how different systems work and integrate will be a major challenge. Software components will have to work in an environment characterized by supply chains with other components undergoing frequent change, a dark universe of potential interactions with software the developer was unaware of, and sly attack patterns by those with nefarious intent. The CISQ measures for software quality characteristics such as Reliability, Security, Performance Efficiency, and Maintainability will be described as a critical component of ensuring software in IoT systems in dependable and trustworthy.

Bio: Dr. Curtis is currently a Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist of CAST Software, Inc. He is also the Director of the Consortium for IT Software Quality, a Special Interest Group of OMG. He is best known for leading the development of the Capability Maturity Model (CMM) while at the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. He co-founded TeraQuest Metrics in 1993, which was acquired by Borland Software Corporation in 2005. During 1983-1990 he founded the Human Interface Laboratory and later led Design Process Research at MCC, the American Fifth Generation Computer Research Consortium in Austin, Texas. Previously he developed a global software productivity and quality measurement system at ITT's Programming Technology Center and led research on software development practices in General Electric Space Division (now a division of Lockheed Martin). He started his career as a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Washington where he also taught behavioral statistics. He was elected a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for his contributions to software process improvement and measurement.

11:10 am - 11:30 am  System Assurance in support of Cyber Risk Mitigation Activities
Djenana Campara, CEO, KDM Analytics, Co-chair, OMG Systems Assurance Task Force                                     VIEW PDF
Abstract: Assurance is a multifaceted engineering effort beyond simply running some software tests. The need for artifacts gathered throughout the engineering process are necessary to provide users and/or certifiers with the level of confidence necessary to trust a system. The presentation will provide an overview of the various OMG System Assurance standards and examples of applicability to Industry in their effort to mitigate cyber risk.

Bio:  Djenana Campara has over 25 years progressive experience and leadership in Software and Security Engineering. Campara is the CEO and co-founder of KDM Analytics Inc. with expertise in the areas of: formal methods; formalization and information/data modeling; system and enterprise architecture; reverse engineering (binary and source); software and system security design and assessments; security assurance; network analysis; and developing technology strategies. Campara¹s expertise in design process automation led to the development of an innovative and time-saving security assurance and threat risk assessment tools used in industry today. Campara serves as a board member on the Object Management Group (OMG), an international standard body and co-chairs the OMG System Assurance Task Force.

11:30 am - 12:00 pm  DDS - The Proven Data Connectivity Standard for the Industrial IoT (IIoT)
Dr. Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, Chief Technology Officer, Real-Time Innovations (RTI)                                 VIEW PDF
Abstract:  The next wave of Industrial Internet applications will connect machines and devices together into functioning, intelligent systems with capabilities beyond anything possible today. These systems fundamentally depend on connectivity and information exchange to derive knowledge and make "smart decisions". They require a much higher level of reliability and security than "Consumer" IoT applications. OMG's Data-Distribution Service for Real-Time Systems (DDS) is the premier open middleware standard directly addressing publish-subscribe communications for Industrial IoT applications. It provides a protocol that meets the demanding security, scalability, performance, and Quality of Service requirements of IIoT applications spanning connected machines, enterprise systems, and mobile devices.This presentation will use concrete use cases to introduce DDS and examine why energy, advanced medical, asset-tracking, transportation, and military systems choose to base their designs on DDS.

Bio: Dr. Gerardo Pardo-Castellote is the Chief Technology Officer of Real-Time Innovations (RTI). He specializes on middleware for distributed secure real-time systems and the Industrial Internet of Things. He has authored various DDS standards, including the core DDS, Interoperability (RTPS), and DDS Security. He founded and co-chairs the DDS SIG at the OMG. Gerardo has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and an M.S. In Computer Science from Stanford University. He also holds a B.S. and a M.S. in Physics from the University of Granada (Spain).
12:00 pm - 12:15 pm  Wrap Up and Next Steps
Claude Baudoin, cébé IT & Knowledge Management
 

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