A oneM2M webinar will provide additional insight into the recent set of specifications published by oneM2M, Release 2, and highlight how Internet of Things (IoT) players can prepare for an estimated 50 billion devices in 2020.
Hosted by Dale Seed, Principal Engineer, IoT Research and Development, at InterDigital and Convida Wireless, the webinar will dive deeper into the recent set of specifications and explore the new features and functionality added.
With the growth of the IoT ecosystem expected to rise significantly in the years to come, Seed will also give details on the crucial issues of security enhancement, interworking with other IoT protocols and semantic interoperability – all of which have been incorporated into Release 2.
“By listening or watching the upcoming oneM2M webinar people can hear from leaders in the industry and discuss some of the critical issues that have been addressed in these set of specifications,” said Seed. “Some of the topics that will be covered include the issues of security and how the specifications allow end-to-end secure information to be passed between any devices or servers, as well as semantic interoperability and its ability to provide secure distribution and reuse of data.”
Release 2 is the second set of official specifications produced by oneM2M. The new specifications build on Release 1 by moving from allowing basic connectivity between applications and devices, allowing IoT devices that lack the oneM2M protocol – including those using AllSeen Alliance’s AllJoyn, Open Connectivity Foundation’s OIC and Open Mobile Alliance’s Lightweight M2M (LWM2M) – to communicate interoperably.