How oneM2M Standards Improve IoT Protection of Mobile Networks

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Bob Flynn, Chordant

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Mobile network operators have experienced several use-cases where IoT Devices have significantly degraded mobile network services, impacting not only IoT devices, but entire regional mobile networks. This is often caused by IoT devices that do not operate in a manner that is consistent with how mobile networks were designed. There is a greater risk of similar issues arising as the population of IoT devices grows and new services are deployed to take advantage of the new capabilities in 5G mobile networks. The oneM2M standard has been designed to provide services and capabilities to ease the implementation of IoT service platforms. This presentation will describe how mobile operators and IoT developers can leverage oneM2M standards to ensure that IoT devices “Do No Harm to the Network”. Building off the GSMA’s guidelines for efficient IoT Device connectivity, the webinar will outline how oneM2M standards-based solutions support large scale deployment of IoT Devices. The webinar will be of interest to mobile network operators, IoT solution providers and systems integrators that are developing and deploying IoT platforms.

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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.