oneM2M, the global organisation creating a scalable and interoperable standard for machine-to-machine applications and communications, has launched Release 2 of its set of specifications.
The new release covers 10 specifications covering, requirements, architecture, APIs, mappings to common industry protocols, security and management, abstraction and semantics.
Release 2 include:
- 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.
oneM2M membership today consists of thought leaders from a broad range of industries, including industrial manufacturers and suppliers, consumer device manufacturers, component suppliers, and telecommunications service providers. oneM2M Partner standards development organizations are: ARIB (Japan), ATIS (U.S.), CCSA (China), ETSI (Europe), TIA (U.S.), TTA (Korea), and TTC (Japan). Additional partners contributing to the oneM2M work include: the BBF (Broadband Forum), Continua, HGI (Home Gateway Initiative), the New Generation M2M Consortium – Japan, and OMA (Open Mobile Alliance).