It was indicated in some reports like from Gartner, that the oneM2M standards is seen as not «developer friendly»



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It was indicated in some reports like from Gartner, that the oneM2M standards is seen as not « developer friendly »

  • It was indicated in some reports like from Gartner, that the oneM2M standards is seen as not « developer friendly »

  • The SC and TP have raised the need to address the developer community

  • We produced developer guides

  • We organized developer events like:

    • ETSI IoT week in Oct/Nov 2016 and 2017
    • New Delhi, India in June 2017
    • Series of events in Korea in 2017


Dates: 25-26 January 2018

  • Dates: 25-26 January 2018

  • Location: Toulouse (France), at INSA

  • Co-located with the “Security and IoT days” workshop on 24 Jan 2018

  • Organized by ETSI, INSA and LAAS-CNRS with support from Orange

  • It aims to imagine the new applications that a smart city could offer its citizens in a multi-domain vision based on the oneM2M standard.

  • Open source platform Eclipse OM2M

  • For more details:

  • http://www.etsi.org/news-events/events/1251-onem2m-hackathon-toulouse-2018

  • http://msiot.insa-toulouse.fr/fr/news/security-and-iot-days.html



Event title: ARIB/TTC oneM2M Developer Tutorial Seminar

  • Event title: ARIB/TTC oneM2M Developer Tutorial Seminar

    • https://arib.or.jp/image/top/event/onem2m.180202.pdf (Japanese only)
  • Date/Time: February 2, 2018 13:00-18:00

  • Place: TTC Meeting room A/B

  • Agenda

    • 13:00-13:10 Opening remarks, Nik Yamasaki (KDDI)
    • 13:10-14:30 oneM2M 101, Nobu Uchida (Qualcomm)
      • What developers need to know about oneM2M?
    • 14:30-14:40 Break
    • 14:40-15:20 oneM2M demo#1 intro by Qualcomm, Nobu Uchida
      • Light remote control scenario using ATIS OS-IOT on DragonBaord 410c
    • 15:20-15:40 oneM2M demo#2 intro by KDDI, Norihiro Okui
      • Humidity sensor reading scenario using ATIS OS-IoT on Raspberry Pi
    • 15:40-17:10 How to develop oneM2M, Michiyoshi Sato, Tokyo System House
    • 17:10-17:20 oneM2M use cases in the market, Hiroshi Hamano (TTC)
    • 17:20-17:30 Closing remarks, Ikuo Yamasaki (NTT)
    • 17:30-18:00 Demo


Dates:

  • Dates:

    • 12th Feb: 1 day tutorial at IIT Delhi.
    • 14th Feb: 1 day tutorial at IIIT Hyderabad.
    • 15th Feb: 1 day tutorial at IISc Bangalore.
    • 16th Feb: 1 day hackathon at IISc Bangalore.
    • 19th Feb: 1 day tutorial at UIET Chandigarh.
  • Organized by India EU ICT Standards Collaboration Project, TSDSI , ETSI and LAAS-CNRS

  • Series of tutorials addressing the software developer community , with presentations, demos and hands on exercices

  • Based on the oneM2M developer guides

  • oneM2M Hackathon to imagine the new applications in the domains of Smart City, Smart Building

  • Open source platform Eclipse OM2M

  • Foreseen use cases related to connected bus, green space equipped with humidity sensors and pump, and public space allowing participants to manage parking, household waste, the display of information, pollution data or even public lighting.

  • More details: http://www.indiaeu-ictstandards.in/one-m2m-workshop-hackathon/



Dates: 9-10 March 2018

  • Dates: 9-10 March 2018

  • Location: Dallas (US), in UTD University of Texas

  • Co-located with oneM2M TP#34 in Dallas (15-19 March 2018)

  • Organized by TIA, ETSI, UTD, Sensinov, Convida Wireless and Tech Titan

  • Tutorial and hackathon on Smart City

  • Tutorials using scenario based on the oneM2M developer guides

  • Hackathon to build applications on the field sensors/actuators and mobile/web applications solving smart city and transport domains challenges.

  • Platforms used Eclipse OM2M and Chordant/Convida

  • More details: link and registration soon



Sejong University opens oneM2M based open source project lecture

  • Sejong University opens oneM2M based open source project lecture

  • Lecture name: Capstone design for open source project using oneM2M

  • Lecturer: Prof. Song JaeSeung

  • Duration: Sep. 2018 ~ Dec. 2018

  • Number of students: around 30 students (3 or 4 th year)

  • 4~5 students team-up and develop smart campus related IoT services

  • Example in 2017:

    • 4 teams (18 students)
    • IoT room status checking service, IoT door management system, Fire tracking service, Campus smoke monitoring service, Presence monitoring


OCEAN plans to host OCEAN-labs developer challenge program

  • OCEAN plans to host OCEAN-labs developer challenge program

  • Duration: Sep. 2018 ~ Dec. 2018

  • Who: Student teams from a member of OCEAN-lab universities

  • How: Develop smart IoT services using Mobius oneM2M open source






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