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RE: [WoT IG] F2F Agenda

From: Nilsson, Claes1 <Claes1.Nilsson@sonymobile.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2015 15:03:37 +0200
To: "'Heuer, Joerg'" <Joerg.Heuer@siemens.com>, Public Web of Things IG <public-wot-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <6DFA1B20D858A14488A66D6EEDF26AA3037004C8D571@seldmbx03.corpusers.net>

I miss the use case I sent by mail on March 26, https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-wot-ig/2015Mar/0057.html, in the list of use case contributions.

Regarding the “Web of Things Framework: deliverable draft Working Group Charter and IG Report” under “Proposed Task Forces” at the F2F meeting wiki I am considering the following:

 *   The classical web model is client-server (with public address). How to support an architecture with “thing-to-thing”-communication?

·        Use of protocol converting hubs? For example, if a hub converts between HTTP/TLS to CoAP/DTLS then we don’t get true E2E security. Should we aim for an architecture with support for CoAP/DTLS in application servers?

·        Addressing: Role of IPv6? A goal is to use IP-addressing across different network types and give each device its own unique and global IPv6-address

·        URLs to WoT services on devices. DNS for WoT?

·        Leveraging the REST API approach for WoT services

·        Service Discovery options:

o   Proximity based with NFC, QR-codes, BLE, etc. Example: Google Physical Web <http://google.github.io/physical-web/>

o   Local network, based on UPnP, mDNS etc

o   Local and remote based on service registrations

For Security & Privacy I am considering:

·        Distributed access control, using e.g. OAuth.


Claes Nilsson
Master Engineer - Web Research
Advanced Application Lab, Technology

Sony Mobile Communications
Tel: +46 70 55 66 878



From: Heuer, Joerg [mailto:Joerg.Heuer@siemens.com]
Sent: den 14 april 2015 16:59
To: Public Web of Things IG
Subject: [WoT IG] F2F Agenda

Hello all,

Find below the current status of the WoT IG F2F planning based on your contributions. We would like to discuss this in the upcoming call.

So please check

-        that your contributions are reflected in the listed sessions appropriate

-        update the titles of the contributions

-        the agenda structure
we need your feedback so we can update the agenda accordingly.

Beyond that please provide your input to the organization of the upcoming IG work. Starting with the F2F we need to kick off discussion on the WoT landscape and framework.

To organize the work we need to prepare for the F2F

-        list of building blocks for the WoT framework (an initial list is given in the F2F wiki)

-        discuss how can we appropriate compile and cluster those building blocks

-        for which we start a task force to work on those building blocks

-        how to contribute as a result also to the WoT landscape report
Do you see further aspects to consider? What are your proposal to organize this?


Contributions to WoT IG F2F Sessions

-        Use Case contributions

·        Status of use case contributions

·        Oxford Flood Network project (Edoardo Pignotti <Edoardo.Pignotti@nominet.org.uk<mailto:Edoardo.Pignotti@nominet.org.uk>>)

·        Home automation (kajimoto.kazuo@jp.panasonic.com<mailto:kajimoto.kazuo@jp.panasonic.com> )

·        Y.2063 in ITU-T, WoT use cases (ETRI, 이원석 [wonsuk.lee@etri.re.kr], chan@w3.org<mailto:chan@w3.org>)

·        [?IETF? (Romascanu, Dan (Dan) [dromasca@avaya.com])]

·        Use Case document structure

-        Term Definitions

·        Initial definitions compiled so far

-        Technical Landscape / WoT Framework

·        UC & WoT Architecture, Soumya Kanti Datta

·        wot.js demonstration, simple web of things architecure model, Jonathan Jeon

·        FP7 COMPOSE project activities; IoT platform glue.things - Node-RED as generic IoT orchestration and IoT app deployment tool (Robert Kleinfeld)

·        Web Thing data model (Dominique Guinard)

-        Break Out Discussions

-        Working mode, scope and structure of the WoT IG

Schedule for WoT IG F2F


9:00-10:00 Intro / UC
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-11:30 UC Session / Document
11:30-12:45 Lunch
12:45-13:45 Tech Landscape
13:45-14:00 Preparation break-outs 1
14:00-14:30 Coffee Break
14:30-16:00 Break-out session
16:00-16:30 Sync from break-out (plenary)
16:30-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-17:30 Wrap-up


9:00-10:00 WoT IG working mode and organization (Summer F2F, Telco, GitHub, How to come from the framework to the TFs …)
10:00-11:00 Terms & Definition
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
11:30-12:30 Discussion of Task Forces
12:30-13:45 Lunch
13:45-14:00 break-out reports & sync
14:00-15:30 break-out session 4
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-16:30 reports from break-out (plenary)
16:30-17:30 Wrap-up

Break Out Sessions

Break Out sessions proposed so far:

-        Definition session: 1. Towards a common definition of web of things (WoT), 2. How WoT is different from IoT

-        Wearable devices and web of things

-        Extensions of google physical web project for generic discovery of IoT devices

-        A session about data models and design patterns for Web things

-        Evolution from existing M2M to IoT/WoT (how, why, when?)

-        WoT Framework / Taxonomy of Building Blocks

-        solutions enabling web apps to interact with network devices

-        WoT interaction with Social Networks Services / Social Media

Use Case contributions
Volunteer                           Use Case Title                                                  UC Category
Dave                     Smart control of washing machine          smart home / home automation / deferred operation
Joerg                    EV Charging                                                      smart cities / smart grid / advanced distribution / devices adapt supply
Robert Kleinfeld  Universal discovery and control of smart home devices          smart home / home automation / discovery / interactions
Edoardo Pignotti The Oxford Flood Network                 smart cities/ other utilities/ Monitoring water levels for flood warnings
Souleiman Hasan & Edward Curry     Home Water Awareness and Conservation     smart home / home automation / water usage
Takuki Kamiya     Home Automation

Kazuo Kajimoto   Home Automation

Satoru Takagi  usecase named pervasive browsers

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