- This event has passed.
oneM2M Stakeholders’ Day (24 Feb, 2023: Delhi, India: Hybrid)
February 24 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
After a gap of three years, TSDSI hosted the oneM2M 58th Technical Plenary and a one-day workshop – Stakeholders Day in New Delhi, India from 20th February to 23rd February 2023 and 24th February 2023 respectively.
While the Technical Plenary meetings of oneM2M were restricted to members, the Stakeholders Day event was open to all and thus gave an opportunity to the local players (market, industry, policy makers and regulatory agencies) to interact with the oneM2M experts, to exchange views on the IoT/M2M , landscape, local requirements, innovations and global trends and standards.
The Stakeholders Day workshop enabled local players (market, verticals, policymakers, regulatory agencies, startups) and oneM2M technical experts to interact closely and deliberate on India specific requirements, local innovations and solutions. It assumed particular significance because of the adoption of TSDSI transposed oneM2M Release 2 and Release 3 standards as national standards by Telecom Engineering Centre (TEC). Release 4, which has recently been ratified in the oneM2M TP 57, is planned to be transposed by TSDSI and thereafter shared with TEC for consideration for adoption as National Standards.
The workshop supplemented the efforts of TSDSI in strengthening engagement of the Indian ecosystem with oneM2M related activities to facilitate acceptance and deployment of oneM2M based systems under various initiatives like Digital India, Smart Cities etc.
The workshop also had demonstrations by those who have adopted oneM2M for their vertical application / use cases in various sectors. Some of these also demonstrated interoperability / interworking with oneM2M.
Speakers: The workshop speakers were renowned subject matter experts drawn from TSDSI member organizations, oneM2M partnership project experts, Govt. of India, Regulatory and other stakeholder entities.
The Sessions included the following topics:
- About oneM2M and its organization (RDM-SDS-TDE)
- Initiatives on IoT/M2M Standardization in India
- oneM2M – Indian activities
- Trust-Security in IoT/M2M
- Common alerting protocol for public safety – security perspective
- Standards initiatives in developing IoT/M2M
- Panel Discussion on oneM2M University engagements with Academia & Startups
Participation: Registrations are now closed.
Workshop Venue: Hybrid – Holiday Inn (Near New Delhi International Airport), Asset Area 12 Hospitality District, Aerocity, New Delhi, India & Online over GoToWebinar.
Schedule: 24 February 2023, 0800 – 1630 IST.
Workshop Contact: Akash Malik, (firstname.lastname@example.org, +91 9871296023) / Jaskirat Singh, (email@example.com, +91 9910460580)
|0800 – 0900||Registration & Networking||_||_|
|0900 – 0930||Welcome Note
oneM2M Strategy and Way Forward
|● Bindoo Shrivastava -– Chair, oneM2M-MARCOM
● Enrico Scarrone (Telecom Italia) – Chair, oneM2M SC
|0930 – 1020||Technical Session 1:
oneM2M Overview and Future Roadmap
|● Roland Hechwartner (Deutsche Telekom) – Chair, oneM2M TP||Recording|
|1020 – 1045||Demonstration Pitch|
|1045-1100||Technical Session 2: Initiatives on IoT/M2M Standardization in India||● Sushil Kumar (TEC), DDG – IoT||Recording|
|1100 – 1130||Break|
|1130 – 1230||Technical Session 3A: oneM2M – Indian Activities||
● Aurindam Bhattacharya – (CDOT)
● Harish Kumar – (UIET Panjab University)
● Neeraj Dhawan – (Invas Technologies)
● Hemant Jeevan Makadum – (CDAC)
● Anuradha Vattem – (IIIT Hyderabad)
|1230 – 1245||Technical Session 3B: Trust-Security in IoT/M2M||● R B Srinivasa- (NCCS)||Recording|
|1245 – 1300||Common Alerting Protocol for Public Safety – Security Perspective||● Saurabh Basu- (CDOT)||Recording|
|1300 – 1400||Lunch|
|1400 – 1420||Standards Initiatives in Developing IoT/M2M||● Priyanshu Sharma, (BIS)||Recording|
|1420 – 1500||Technical Session 4: oneM2M Testing and Certification||● Sushil Kumar||Recording|
Panel Discussion: oneM2M’s University Engagement with Academia and Startups
|Moderator – Andrew Min-Gyu Han (Hansung University)
● Bob Flynn – (Exacta Global Smart Solutions)
● Harish Kumar – (UIET Panjab University)
● JaeSeung Song – (Sejong University)
● Sachin Chaudhuri (IIIT Hyderabad)
● Neeraj Dhawan
1600 – 1630
|Concluding Session||● Vijay Madan (TSDSI)||Recording|
|Special Address||● Benoit Sauveroche- First Counsellor, European Union Delegation||Recording|
|1630 – 1700||Tea||Followed by Indo-EU Session|
oneM2M is the global standards initiative that covers requirements, architecture, API specifications, security solutions and interoperability for Machine-to-Machine and IoT technologies. oneM2M was formed in 2012 and consists of eight of the world’s preeminent standards development organizations: ARIB (Japan), ATIS (U.S.), CCSA (China), ETSI (Europe), TIA (U.S.), TSDSI (India), TTA (Korea), and TTC (Japan), together with industry fora or consortia (Global Platform) and over 200 member organizations. oneM2M specifications provide a framework to support applications and services such as the smart grid, connected car, home automation, public safety, and health. oneM2M actively encourages industry associations and forums with specific application requirements to participate in oneM2M, in order to ensure that the solutions developed support their specific needs. For more information, including how to join and participate in oneM2M, see: www.onem2m.org.
For more information on oneM2M’s current work, please visit http://www.onem2m.org/.
Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI) is an autonomous,
membership-based, standards development organization (SDO) for Telecom/ICT products and services in India. We develop standards for access, back-haul, and infrastructure systems, solutions, and services that best meet India-specific Telecom/ICT needs, based on research and innovation in India. We work closely with global standards bodies to reflect Indian requirements into international telecom/ICT standards.
TSDSI is a partner type 1 of oneM2M – a global initiative that develops specifications to ensure the most efficient deployment of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications systems and the Internet of Things (IoT).