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SMART Seminar Series
December 13, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
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Presenter – Thierry Monteil
Thierry Monteil is a professor in computer science at INSA – University of Toulouse and researcher at LAAS-CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research).
He works on parallel computing, Cloud resources management, autonomic middleware, machine-to-machine and Internet of Things architecture. He represents CNRS at ETSI (European Telecommunication Standards Institute), OneM2M consortium and at Eclipse foundation.
Professor Monteil has created the OM2M project and co-leads the OM2M eclipse open source project. He is author of more than 100 regular and invited papers in conferences and journals.
OneM2M – Towards end-to-end interoperability of the IoT
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) concept is one of the main features of Internet of Things (IoT). It promises to inter-connect billions of devices in near future covering various domains from building, energy, healthcare, industrial, transportation, retail, security to environmental services.
However, the M2M market expansion opportunities are not straight forward. Various vertical M2M solutions have been designed independently and separately for different applications, which inevitably impacts or even impedes large-scale M2M deployment.
To bridge this gap, Several Standards Organization released the OneM2M standard for a common M2M service platform an end to end M2M service platform with the intermediate service layer that is key components of the horizontal M2M solution. These standards based platform follows a RESTful approach with open interfaces to enable developing services and applications independently of the underlying network, thus easing the deployment of vertical applications and facilitating innovation across industries.
LAAS-CNRS has created an opensource implementation of OneM2M standard called OM2M (Open and semantic platform for M2M) published on eclipse foundation. OM2M proposes a modular architecture running on top of an OSGi runtime, making it highly extensible via plugins. OM2M plugins enables multiple communication protocols binding, reuse of existing remote devices management mechanisms (e.g. LWM2M), and interworking with existing legacy devices (Enocean, zwave, etc.).
This seminar will look at the relations between OM2M with research activities illustrated in terms of interoperability, semantic and performance analysis.