Accelerating the Internet of Things: The oneM2M App-ID Registry

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Matt Lear, Product Manager, iconectiv

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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.

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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.