Latest developments in IoT ecosystem and first preview of features in Release 4

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Roland Hechwartner, DT - Shane He, Nokia - Dale Seed, Convida wireless - Andrew Min-gyu Han, Hansung University

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This webinar provides an insight to the recent development in oneM2M with a preview on some of the new features of oneM2M’s release 4 as well as an introduction to the oneM2M testing scope and related oneM2M Certification program, Interoperability events and Hackathons. Roland Hechwartner of Deutsche Telekom (DT) and Chairman of the oneM2M Technical Plenary will moderate the webinar and introduce in brief the oneM2M standard and its evolution from Release 1.0 to Release 4.0. Shane He of Nokia and the Chairperson of the Requirements and Domain Models working group will give insight to the highlights of vertical domain enablement and information models based on Smart Device Template 4.0 defined in oneM2M. Dale Seed of Convida Wireless and Chairman of the System Design and Security working group will then illustrate oneM2M’s recent development and will give a preview of new features in the Release 4. Andrew Min-gyu Han of the Hansung University and Chairman of the Testing and Developers Ecosystem working group will highlight the oneM2M testing scope, show the latest achievements in the global certification program, as well as introduce oneM2Ms interoperability test events and hackathons.

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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.