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Pre-Event Workshop | Monday, May 15

IoT Enabled Machine-to-Machine Technologies and Standards

Transport mechanism by IETF, Device Management protocol by OMA, Data Model by IPSO Alliance, and Software Code by Eclipse Foundation

Workshop Introduction


 

What Will You Learn?

Overview of IoT, sensors, hardware and application cloud

 

Overview of Eclipse tools for the LwM2M standard

 

Overview and use cases of Raspberry Pi for LwM2M applications

 

IPSO standards and smart object models

 

Design and development of IoT applications

 

Who Should Attend?

IoT Developers

 

Software Architects

 

Hardware Engineers

 

Researchers

 

Academicians

 

Students

 

Industry Personell

 

Business Managers

 

Startups

Workshop outcomes

The IoT enabled technology alliances such as OMA LwM2M and IPSO

 

How to use Eclipse tools to implement LwM2M standards for robust IoT applications

 

The architecture of IPSO standards for communications between “smart objects”

 

How to build end-to-end IoT applications based on OMA LwM2M and IPSO technologies

 

IoT enabled smart objects, cloud connectivity and applications

 

How to build a LwM2M application over Raspberry Pi using Eclipse

 

Block diagrams, flowcharts and analytics of IoT applications and enabler technologies

 

Check out the other Pre-Event Workshop

IoT Business Fundamentals Workshop

This full-day workshop consists of two parts. In the morning, we cover IoT technology from a value-centric perspective. This view prioritizes value creation and more fully explains the interconnectivity and dependencies between IoT system components. In the afternoon, we cover IoT business. This begins with how IoT deepens the customer relationship and then moves into the core of business: value creation and how to monetize that value using IoT business models. After finishing this workshop, students will understand the fundamentals needed to start developing their company’s IoT technology and strategy.