oneM2M Advances Worldwide Interoperability Agenda through Plans for Industrial, Home and Security Specifications

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oneM2M Advances Worldwide Interoperability Agenda through Plans for Industrial, Home and Security Specifications

At their 18th Technical Plenary meeting, oneM2M’s members agreed on plans for the second release of oneM2M specifications.

Advancing oneM2M Specifications; New Deployment Capabilities
Release 1 of the oneM2M specifications was delivered in January 2015 (see www.onem2m.org/release1). This set of 10 specifications covered requirements, architecture, APIs, mappings to common industry protocols, security and management, abstraction and semantics.

Work on Release 2 began immediately on delivery of Release 1. Ten new specifications have been identified for Release 2, in addition to updates of the existing Release 1 specifications, driving deployment of the following features:

  • Enablement of Industrial Domain (“Smart Factories”) and of Home Domain (“Smart Home”)
  • Dynamic authorization and end to end security
  • Semantic interoperability
  • oneM2M as generic interworking framework (incl. support for OMA LWM2M, AllJoyn and OIC)
  • Application developer APIs and guidelines

Release 2 of oneM2M is planned for delivery in autumn 2016. In parallel with the development of Release 2, a revised set of Release 1 specifications is in preparation to take account of early implementation experience. These will be released in autumn 2015.

The latest draft oneM2M specifications for Release 2 and the revised Release 1 are available at: http://www.onem2m.org/technical/latest-drafts

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