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* The project OCEAN aims to share the open source developed based on IoT standards and to promote the development and
 
* The project OCEAN aims to share the open source developed based on IoT standards and to promote the development and
 
commercialization of diverse IoT services.  
 
commercialization of diverse IoT services.  
* It has produced openMobius® which is an IoT service platform complying with globally-accepted,widely-used IoT standards, i.e., oneM2M specifications.  
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* It has produced Mobius® which is an IoT service platform complying with globally-accepted,widely-used IoT standards, i.e., oneM2M specifications.  
 
* details at : http://www.iotocean.org/main/
 
* details at : http://www.iotocean.org/main/
  

Revision as of 05:43, 5 December 2016

oneM2M open source implementations

Eclipse OM2M

  • The Eclipse OM2M project, initiated by LAAS-CNRS, is an open source implementation of oneM2M and SmartM2M standard. It provides a horizontal M2M service platform for developing services independently of the underlying network, with the aim to facilitate the deployment of vertical applications and heterogeneous devices.
  • More details at http://www.eclipse.org/om2m/

download at http://wiki.eclipse.org/OM2M/Download

OCEAN Mobius

  • The project OCEAN aims to share the open source developed based on IoT standards and to promote the development and

commercialization of diverse IoT services.

  • It has produced Mobius® which is an IoT service platform complying with globally-accepted,widely-used IoT standards, i.e., oneM2M specifications.
  • details at : http://www.iotocean.org/main/

IoTDM

  • The IoT Data Management (IoTDM) project is an open source implementation of oneM2M running on OpenDayLight. It is about developing a data-centric middleware that will act as a oneM2M compliant IoT Data Broker and enable authorized applications to retrieve IoT data uploaded by any device.
  • details and download at https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/IoTDM:Main