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A tutorial addressed to developers will take place on '''Monday 14 November 2016''', before the ETSI IoT/M2M Workshop 2016 featuring the Smart World (15-17 Nov 2016)
  
 
The spirit of this new initiative is to create an interactive and stimulating exchange platform for developers, allowing many opportunities of hands on exercises.
 
The spirit of this new initiative is to create an interactive and stimulating exchange platform for developers, allowing many opportunities of hands on exercises.

Revision as of 09:26, 6 October 2016

A tutorial addressed to developers will take place on Monday 14 November 2016, before the ETSI IoT/M2M Workshop 2016 featuring the Smart World (15-17 Nov 2016)

The spirit of this new initiative is to create an interactive and stimulating exchange platform for developers, allowing many opportunities of hands on exercises.

The aim of the tutorial is to address the following :

   Presentation of oneM2M standards from a developer's point of view
   Development of oneM2M software applications
   Presentation and Use of oneM2M open source implementations for Common Service Entities (CSEs)
   Presentation and use case of Semantic interworking with oneM2M

Chairman: Mahdi Ben Alaya, Sensinov 10:00 Workshop Opening - Enrico Scarrone, TIM 10:10 IoT, Vision and Challenges 10:30 oneM2M Common Architecture for IoT 11:30 Eclipse OM2M, Open Source oneM2M-based Platform 12:30 Lunch Break 14:00 oneM2M in Action: Smart Home Demonstration 14:30 Hands On oneM2M: Develop your IoT Application 16:30 Coffee Break 17:00 Towards Semantic IoT, oneM2M Base Ontology 17:30 Open Discussions

Register here if you want to participate to the tutorial.

For more information, please contact plugtests@etsi.org