Information technology - Home Electronic System (HES) interfaces - Part 4-1: Common user interface and cluster-to- cluster interface to support interworking among home cluster systems - Architecture

ISO/IEC 10192-4-1:2022 specifies an architecture for home cluster systems and for interworking among them. It specifies a cluster-to-cluster interface to enable interworking among home cluster systems and interoperability among the applications supported by these cluster systems as well as a common user interface to these cluster-system applications. This common user interface provides input and output methods for user information exchange to access, monitor and control applications running on home cluster systems.

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ISO/IEC 10192-4-1
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INTERNATIONAL
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Information technology – Home Electronic System (HES) interfaces –
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ISO/IEC 10192-4-1
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Part 4-1: Common user interface and cluster-to-cluster interface to support
interworking among home cluster systems – Architecture
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 3

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 5

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 7

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 7

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms ........................................................................ 7

3.1 Terms and definitions .............................................................................................. 7

3.2 Abbreviated terms ................................................................................................... 8

4 Conformance ................................................................................................................... 8

5 Typical home cluster system ............................................................................................ 9

6 Cluster interworking ......................................................................................................... 9

7 Common user interface .................................................................................................. 11

7.1 General ................................................................................................................. 11

7.2 Alternative #1: common user interface in a cluster ................................................ 12

7.3 Alternative #2: common user interface as a separate device ................................. 13

7.4 Alternative #3: common user interface in a service module ................................... 14

8 Operational system requirements .................................................................................. 15

8.1 General ................................................................................................................. 15

8.2 Other parts of ISO/IEC 10192-4 ............................................................................ 16

Annex A (informative) Use case of common user interface in the HES gateway ................... 17

A.1 Overview............................................................................................................... 17

A.2 Unified access to devices...................................................................................... 17

A.3 Event binding among devices ................................................................................ 18

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 20

Figure 1 – Core interoperability and HES standards ................................................................ 6

Figure 2 – HES gateway applications standards...................................................................... 6

Figure 3 – Typical home cluster system .................................................................................. 9

Figure 4 – C2C enhanced home cluster system .................................................................... 10

Figure 5 – System layout for cluster interworking .................................................................. 11

Figure 6 – Common user interface in a cluster ...................................................................... 12

Figure 7 – Common user interface as a separate device ....................................................... 13

Figure 8 – Common user interface in a service module ......................................................... 14

Figure 9 – C2C interworking application NSEE group ............................................................ 15

Figure A.1 – Unified access to devices distributed on multiple clusters ................................. 18

Figure A.2 – Event binding among devices distributed on multiple clusters ........................... 19

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ISO/IEC 10192-4-1:2022  ISO/IEC 2022 – 3 –
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY –
HOME ELECTRONIC SYSTEM (HES) INTERFACES –
Part 4-1: Common user interface and cluster-to-cluster interface to
support interworking among home cluster systems – Architecture
FOREWORD

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ISO/IEC 10192-4-1 has been prepared by subcommittee 25: Interconnection of information

technology equipment, of ISO/IEC joint technical committee 1: Information technology. It is an

International Standard.
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The language used for the development of this International Standard is English.
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This document was drafted in accordance with ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2, and developed in

accordance with ISO/IEC Directives, Part 1, available at
www.iec.ch/members_experts/refdocs and www.iso.org/directives.

A list of all parts in the ISO/IEC 10192 series, published under the general title Information

technology – Home Electronic System (HES) interfaces, can be found on the IEC website.

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ISO/IEC 10192-4-1:2022  ISO/IEC 2022 – 5 –
INTRODUCTION

A home cluster system is implemented by interconnecting several devices to deliver one or

more applications. A cluster can function independently of other clusters. Cluster devices

include sensors, actuators, a controller, and user interfaces. Multiple home cluster systems

can be installed and operated in a single home for the following reasons.

– There are various types of application domains in the home such as lighting, safety, air

conditioning, telecommunications, and audio/video, etc. One or more applications are

implemented by the constituents of a cluster. If a user purchases several applications,

multiple home cluster systems can be installed in a home.

– Home application vendors usually provide systems implemented in clusters of required

devices. Depending on the user's needs, several application systems, possibly from

different manufacturers, can be installed in a home as separate clusters.

A customer can access a device in a cluster via a user interface provided for that cluster. With

multiple clusters a user needs to learn how to operate a range of different interfaces. This

document provides the cluster-to-cluster interworking foundation necessary for a single

common user interface to manage applications in multiple clusters.

Application-to-application and the resulting device-to-device collaboration are essential for

providing integrated services in a multi-device HES environment. For example, if a fire

monitoring system detects a fire, the indoor lights should be turned on and the fire

announcements should be broadcast through available speakers in the house for prompt

evacuation of the residents, the ventilation blowers should be stopped to avoid spreading the

fire, and the public fire service should be contacted. This needs collaboration among fire

detectors, indoor lights, speakers, HVAC and telecommunication devices. If the devices are

located in different clusters, cluster-to-cluster interworking is needed for collaboration among

them.

In practice, a safety monitoring cluster might send out a fire-detected message and a lighting

cluster might be ready to activate a lighting scene that alerts the occupant by turning on or

flashing the appropriate lights. However, the two clusters might not have a way to

communicate with each other especially if supplied by different manufacturers possibly using

different protocols and messages. This document solves that problem by providing the

necessary interworking and interoperability functionality to ensure that the clusters can work

together.

When the cluster systems are in different HANs or use different protocols, the interworking is

accomplished using the HES gateway (ISO/IEC 15045 series) and related interoperability

standards (ISO/IEC 18012 series). Additional standards needed for implementation of this

document are under development. For interworking between cluster systems using the same

protocols and belonging to the same HAN, HES gateway services may optionally be used if

the cybersecurity, privacy and safety features of the HES gateway are desired. This document

does not require the Internet to operate, but can connect to the Internet if the application

requires.

This document specifies the architecture for interworking home cluster systems where

– the home cluster systems use different HANs or protocols, or

– the home cluster systems use the same HANs and protocols plus the services of the HES

gateway.
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Figure 1 shows the core interoperability and HES gateway standards. Figure 2 shows the

common user interface series of standards designated ISO/IEC 10192-4, Information

technology – Home Electronic System (HES) interfaces – Common user interface and cluster-

to-cluster interface to support interworking among home cluster systems. ISO/IEC 10192-4

consists of three parts:
Part 4-1: Architecture
Part 4-2: Interfaces, services and objects
Part 4-3: Messaging
Figure 1 – Core interoperability and HES standards
Figure 2 – HES gateway applications standards
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ISO/IEC 10192-4-1:2022  ISO/IEC 2022 – 7 –
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY –
HOME ELECTRONIC SYSTEM (HES) INTERFACES –
Part 4-1: Common user interface and cluster-to-cluster interface to
support interworking among home cluster systems – Architecture
1 Scope

This part of ISO/IEC 10192 specifies an architecture for a common user interface and cluster-

to-cluster interface to support interworking among home cluster systems. It specifies a

cluster-to-cluster interface to enable interworking among home cluster systems and

interoperability among the applications supported by these cluster systems as well as a

common user interface to these cluster-system applications. This common user interface

provides input and output methods for user information exchange to access, monitor and

control applications running on home cluster systems.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their

content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition

cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including

any amendments) applies.

ISO/IEC 15045 (all parts), Information technology – Home Electronic System (HES) gateway

ISO/IEC 18012 (all parts), Information technology – Home Electronic System (HES) –

Guidelines for product interoperability
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms
3.1 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.

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3.1.1
C2C interface

interface in a cluster that supports HAN communication for C2C interworking with an HES

gateway by a cluster controller in a home cluster system
3.1.2
CUI user object

local user object and service that enable users to access, monitor, and control applications

running on their home cluster system and to schedule coordination among them
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3.1.3
home cluster system

set of functional units under common control in a home environment that includes sensors,

actuators, user interfaces, and a cluster controller
3.1.4
master CUI C2C interface
C2C interface of a hom
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