oneM2M: A Mature Standard for Interoperable and Reusable IoT Solutions

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Roland Hechwartner, Deutsche Telekom - Ken Figueredo, Chordant

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In 2019, oneM2M celebrated its 7th year of developing standards for open and interoperable IoT solutions by launching new initiatives for its Release 4 specifications. The goal of this webinar is to describe the maturity of the oneM2M standard in relation to its life cycle, feature set and example applications. Roland Hechwartner of Deutsche Telekom Group (DT) and the Chairperson for oneM2M’s Technical Plenary will describe the global reach of the oneM2M standard and its evolution from Release 1.0 to Release 4.0. Ken Figueredo of Convida Wireless will then illustrate the application of oneM2M’s architecture in pilot and subsequent commercial applications. These examples will highlight oneM2M’s maturity based on IoT-platform reusability factors as well as extensions to address new use cases. This webinar will be of interest to organizations that prioritize open standards for scalable and interoperable IoT solutions. It will also interest organizations in markets that deal with IoT data sharing for intelligent transport systems, connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), and the roll out of mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) solutions.

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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.