oneM2M’s progress on achieving an Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem that is interoperable and secure for all devices will be revealed at Smart IoT London, held at the ExCeL Centre in London Docklands (March 15-16).
Here, Ultan Mulligan, vice chair of oneM2M Marketing and Communications committee and director of Communications at ETSI, will deliver a presentation on “Building a Secure and Interoperable IoT”.
oneM2M is the global standards initiative that covers requirements, architecture, API specifications, security solutions and interoperability for Machine-to-Machine and IoT technologies. oneM2M was formed in 2012 and consists of eight of the world’s preeminent ICT standards development organisations: ARIB (Japan), ATIS (North America), CCSA (China), ETSI (Europe), TIA (North America), TSDSI (India), TTA (Korea), and TTC (Japan), together with six industry fora, consortia or standards bodies (Broadband Forum, CEN, CENELEC, GlobalPlatform, Next Generation M2M Consortium, OMA) and over 200 member organisations.
oneM2M specifications provide a framework to support applications and services such as the smart grid, connected car, home automation, public safety, and health.
In the presentation, Mulligan will discuss oneM2M’s recent set of specifications, Release 2, which enable interworking between systems using AllSeen Alliance’s AllJoyn, Open Connectivity Foundation’s OIC, and the Open Mobile Alliance’s Lightweight M2M (LWM2M).
Mulligan will also discuss the critical area of security that enables end-to-end secure information exchange and semantic interoperability which allows meaningful data exchange for secure distribution and reuse.
oneM2M is the global standards initiative for M2M and IoT communication. It’s third set of specifications, Release 3, is due out later this year.
Ultan Mulligan will speak in the session entitled “oneM2M: Building a secure, interoperable Internet of Things” on Thursday, March 16 at 10.00am GMT, as part of the IoT Platforms, Connectivity and Device Management Theatre theme.
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