IPv6: Make Possible Internet of Things
More Devices than people
• Smart phones • Smart Tablets
• Traditional Internet desktops • Data-enabled mobile phones • Consumer appliances
• Embedded systems • Sensors
Larger Address Space Auto-configuration
Simplified Header Structure Efficient Routing
Communication • Service providers • Data centers • ASP/Web Host Energy • Smart Grid • Smart Meters Transportation • Intelligent transportation • Smart vehicles Media •IPTV •Mobile TV Healthcare • Emergency rural healthcare • Smart healthcare management systems Defense • Network centric warfare • Intelligent warfare systems Regulatory Agencies • Regulatory agencies • Domain Registrar’s • Internet Exchange Banking and finance • Payment gateways for e-commerce • Internet banking and e-broking services
IPv6 across verticals
Centred around the utilization of networked infrastructure to improve
socio-economic conditions and enable
sustainable urban development.
IP has been standardized by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
Massively deployed and tested for robust
IP is proven and professionals skilled in
operating IP networks are pervasive.
Easy to integrate with future networks.
A majority of global data networks of 1000
node plus based on IP only.
• It is therefore advisable to have the network infrastructure that is open, scalable and supports interoperability.
Pressure on existing resources due to population explosion
Need to manage them efficiently & effectively
Need for sustainable development
Reduce green house gases emission
Evolution of ICTs (IoT, IPv6, sensors etc.) to support such initiatives on a societal scale.
Intelligent Transport System Integrated Health Care
Integrated Disaster Management
Smart Buildings / Smart Homes Smart Grid / Smart Meters
Smart water / gas management
Data collection through sensors.
Analytical Layer to identify and prioritize interventions to maximize savings.
Centralized Operations Center for monitoring and control.
Enhanced user experience in terms of results and alerts in a consumable and actionable form.
The Smarter Home – Talking to the Internet Smart Meters Water Meters Appliances Light Wind Turbine Solar Panel Gas Meters
Home Displays In-Home Energy Display
Smart metering devices Distributed electricity
generation and storage Displays
IPv6 Applications: Intelligent Traffic Management System
Service Providers’ Infrastructure Module fitted & integrated in the vehicle
Smart Phone communicating with the vehicle
Vehicle to Vehicle and Vehicle to other entity e.g. Traffic Signal and Govt. Agencies etc.
Indian Railways handles India’s largest supply chain consisting of wagons, bogies, engines, processing centers, point of sale
terminals , millions of parcel objects each day
Scalable Internet Platform
IPv6 Network IPv6 Network PHC Rural Health Centre PHC PHC URBAN HOSPITAL
Central Co-ordination Contact Center IPv6 Backbone Docto r Dial (102)
Dispatch Officers (DO) – Control Room Caller in distress Ambulances located at strategic places in districts Bio-sensors help collect Vital sign info which
is transmitted in real-time helping doctor provide effective healthcare Wi-Max 3 G GPS helps Locate Ambulance, guides Ambulance driver To destination
Universalization of Education
Extending Quality Education to Remote and Rural Areas
Partially mitigate, non-availability of good teachers in sufficient numbers
SMART GRID: A NETWORK OF NETWORKS
SMART Grid is a term referring to the next generation power grid.
SMART Grid incorporates advanced two-way communications and pervasive computing capabilities for improved
Why IPv6 based SMART GRID
?IPv6 Smart Grid Internet of Things Smart Grid Connected Devices Increased Productivity Eliminate Waste Asset Utilization
IPv6 Smart Grid • Scalable • Optimized Utilization • Enhanced Monitoring • Interoperability • Open Standard • Secure • Smart Metering
Power Losses Device Explosion Services proliferation Regulatory Mandates
• Reliable and quick information exchange between forces in battlefield.
• Better coordination between different forces & quick decision making.
• Coordinate complex military operations over long distances.
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Power is increasingly derived from information sharing, information access and speed
When the forces are well connected they can spread out over a larger area thus reducing the chances of fatal incidents wiping out the
entire troop at the same time
• Networked forces can be smaller in size
• When one unit gets into trouble other units can quickly come to its aid
• Difficult for enemy to attack a spread out formation
• Fewer troops, lesser equipment – cheaper warfare.