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  • Boost LPWA revenue through oneM2M
    Boost LPWA revenue through oneM2M Dr. Omar Elloumi, Nokia, oneM2M Technical Plenary Chair and Chris Meering, HPE, oneM2M MARCOM Vice-Chair Recorded: Jan 18 2018 64 mins
    The importance of open standards in advancing Internet of Things (IoT) applications that use Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks will be discussed during a webinar hosted by oneM2M. The webinar will explore the challenges Communication Service Providers (CSPs) are facing as they look to make the most of their burgeoning IoT deployments and will examine how an open standards approach can increase cost-effectiveness, improve scalability and boost confidence that today’s IoT projects will be future-proof and provide value to the CSPs deploying them.
  • Combined strengths of oneM2M and GlobalPlatform to address IoT security
    Combined strengths of oneM2M and GlobalPlatform to address IoT security François Ennesser, chairman of oneM2M Security Working Group and Gil Bernabeu, GlobalPlatform Technical Officer Recorded: Oct 19 2017 48 mins
    The cross-sectorial approach to IoT taken by oneM2M is challenging when it comes to security, because IoT applications in different domains have so diverse trust assumptions and security requirements. Yet such an approach is required to deliver the information for interoperability benefits that people expect from the IoT.
    As a oneM2M Partner focusing on security, GlobalPlatform develops a range of security technologies addressing the challenges of complex ecosystems that find applications in different domains, from financial services to telecom networks, government services or public transport systems.

    The webinar intends to illustrate how the know-how and expertise of both organizations complement each other to combine security and ubiquity in IoT deployments.
  • Delivering IoT Value through oneM2M Compliance
    Delivering IoT Value through oneM2M Compliance Claus Hansen, Worldwide Director IoT & Pierre-Yves Descombes, IoT Product Manager, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Recorded: May 18 2017 62 mins
    The end game with IoT is to securely monetize the vast treasure trove of IoT-generated data to deliver value to enterprise applications, whether by enabling new revenue streams, reducing costs, or improving customer experience. Built on top of the oneM2M architecture, the HPE Universal IoT Platform enables this data monetization. Join this webinar to learn more about the HPE UIoT Platform and how oneM2M addresses the challenges of fragmentation and integration complexity with a horizontal-platform-based approach.

    This webinar is the first of a sequence of webinars that oneM2M is hosting to highlight various implementations and deployments of oneM2M.
  • oneM2M Release 2 Overview
    oneM2M Release 2 Overview Dale Seed – Principal Engineer, IoT Research and Development, InterDigital and Convida Wireless Recorded: Nov 3 2016 73 mins
    This webinar will provide an overview of the new features and functionality supported by the new Release 2 version of the oneM2M standard.
  • Future proof IoT based smart cities using oneM2M
    Future proof IoT based smart cities using oneM2M Dr Omar Elloumi, Nokia, oneM2M Technical Plenary Chair Recorded: Jul 28 2016 62 mins
    How can smart city architects plan for future scalability, integrate as yet unknown technologies while being interoperable with legacy installations?
    Only a standards-based solution can help address these challenges.
    Today we'll see how the oneM2M standard used in a smart city architecture can introduce a horizontal interoperability layer and reducing vendor lock-in.
    We'll learn from the experience of oneM2M in the field, taking the example of Korea's ambitious smart city project in Busan, based on oneM2M.
    We'll examine a blue-print for future smart city development, taking into account legacy systems, open standards, open data and security.

    Our presenter is Dr. Omar Elloumi of Nokia, the chairman of oneM2M's Technical Plenary.
  • Use of the oneM2M standard in the oneTRANSPORT field
    Use of the oneM2M standard in the oneTRANSPORT field Mark Wedlock. Tanveer Ghani. Dr Rafael Cepeda Recorded: Feb 12 2016 59 mins
    Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) are an important subset of IoT applications. They are made possible by sharing multimodal transport information across data owners, application developers, service providers and end-users to deliver innovative services.

    By exposing historically closed data assets to different stakeholders, Intelligent Transport Systems deliver significant economic gains; citizens benefit through informative services; journeys become more efficient; and, a transport assets start to generate higher returns. ITS will also have a profound impact on regional economic development by fostering new business start-ups, for example.

    This webinar examines the intelligent-transport needs of local government and transport-sector authorities in the UK and how the oneM2M standard addresses their operational requirements across a broad set of stakeholders. Presenters from Arup, Buckinghamshire Country Council and InterDigital will describe how a public-private consortium field trial is using the standard within the oneTRANSPORT project. The pilot is being rolled out across several counties in the UK, covering a population of over 4m people. The webinar will also illustrate new application opportunities and business models for local authorities to monetize their assets including early Return-on-Investment projections for a viable, long-term deployment.
  • Enhancing oneM2M platform with semantics, why does it matter?
    Enhancing oneM2M platform with semantics, why does it matter? Dr. Mahdi Ben Alaya Recorded: Jan 28 2016 64 mins
    This webcast addresses how the oneM2M platform is enhanced with semantic capabilities to ensure cross-domain interoperability between IoT devices and applications at the level of communication and data. We will introduce to you :
    •The semantic vision of IoT: from data to intelligence.
    •Data interoperability and generic interworking in oneM2M.
    •The oneM2M base ontology: concepts, properties and relationships.
    •How to map the base ontology with external ontologies.
    •How to instantiate oneM2M resources according to the base ontology.
    •Towards semantic discovery and advanced reasoning in oneM2M.

    Dr. Mahdi Ben Alaya is the founder and CEO of Sensinov. He obtained a Ph.D. in networks, telecommunications, systems and architecture from the University of Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS in France. His research interests cover IoT Interoperability, Autonomic Computing, Semantic, and Information Centric Networking. He is co-founder and technical manager of the open source project OM2M at the Eclipse foundation. He is now serving as vice-chairman of the oneM2M Test working Group.
  • Accelerating the Internet of Things: The oneM2M App-ID Registry
    Accelerating the Internet of Things: The oneM2M App-ID Registry Matt Lear, Product Manager, iconectiv Recorded: Jan 14 2016 41 mins
    With machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things (IoT) quickly evolving, it is critical that a foundation be built that enables applications developed on different networks and platforms to easily and seamlessly exchange information. The emerging oneM2M standard, which is developed under the direction of a consortium of eight global standards bodies, enables that exchange effectively accelerating the adoption of open M2M systems.

    This webinar will explore how the potential of the oneM2M standard can be realized via the recently launched oneM2M App-ID registry and what developers need to do now to secure their spot in the global M2M marketplace.

    Matt Lear is the M2M and IoT Product Management Director for iconectiv with more than 17 years of experience in technology, business, and marketing for enterprise and consumer products. His business domain expertise includes M2M and IoT, Location-based services, network security, wireless telecommunications, and enterprise telecommunications management. Matt’s engineering background provides him a unique vantage point to bridge sales and technology processes.
  • Personal Connected Healthcare – how oneM2M can help develop the market
    Personal Connected Healthcare – how oneM2M can help develop the market Chuck Parker, VP of Business Development, Lamprey Networks Recorded: Jul 1 2015 53 mins
    Continua is a Partner in oneM2M, and actively contributes to the development of oneM2M specifications. Discover how Continua and oneM2M specifications and standards can work together to develop better personal connected healthcare apps. Find out how Continua integrates with and makes use of the work done in oneM2M. Get the latest update on demonstrations involving oneM2M and Continua technology.
  • oneM2M Release 1 Primer: What’s in there, and why is it important?
    oneM2M Release 1 Primer: What’s in there, and why is it important? Dr. Josef Blanz, Principal Engineer at Qualcomm Recorded: May 27 2015 57 mins
    This next webcast from oneM2M will fill you in on progress since the oneM2M Showcase last December. oneM2M Release 1 specifications were published in January this year. Find out what functionality is enabled by this set of 10 specifications. Discover what this functionality really means for M2M and the IoT, how it can be used, why it is necessary, how businesses focused on M2M and the IoT can take advantage of oneM2M’s work.

    Release 1 is out the door, but work hasn’t stopped: find out what’s in store for oneM2M Release 2, and how you can get involved.

    Dr. Josef J. Blanz is a principal engineer with Qualcomm’s Standards and Industry Organizations Group. He coordinates Qualcomm's participation in M2M and IoT related standards and industry fora, conducts related internal design work and serves as an interface to business development, product management and engineering teams. Josef was actively involved in the creation of oneM2M and serves as Qualcomm’s lead in oneM2M.

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