Taking a look inside oneM2M

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Nicolas Damour, Senior Manager for Business and Innovation Development at Sierra Wireless

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2nd in a series of 4 webcasts introducing oneM2M, the global standards initiative for machine to machine communications and the Internet of Things. Join us for each webcast between now and end November for an in-depth overview of oneM2M, the standards it has developed, and find out why oneM2M will be key to the sustainable development of the Internet of Things! In this 2nd oneM2M webcast, let’s lift the lid and look inside the oneM2M specifications. We’ll introduce you to: - The oneM2M specifications themselves and where to find them - Requirements and use cases: where have they come from? - Overview of the oneM2M architecture - Introduction to the Common Services provided by oneM2M - Information modelling and resources - Mapping oneM2M to common industry protocols Nicolas Damour is Senior Manager for Business and Innovation Development at Sierra Wireless, responsible for M2M standardization activities and for innovation projects with industry partners, strengthening Sierra Wireless’ position as the global leader in M2M devices and cloud services. He is vice-chair of the oneM2M Architecture Working Group and convener of the oneM2M Work Programme Management group.

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oneM2M develops globally agreed-upon, access independent, end-to-end specifications for an M2M communications and management system that can be readily embedded within various hardware and software, connecting the wide range of devices in the field with M2M application servers worldwide. The project brings together fourteen of the world’s leading ICT Standards Development Organisations and industry consortia and over 200 member companies. oneM2M specifications provide a common means for communications service providers to support applications and services as diverse as the smart grid, the connected car, home automation, energy management, enterprise supply chain, public safety, eHealth and telemedicine.