Demo logistics The event has a maximum capacity of 240 persons. The each person involved in the demos should register ASAP using the following link: http://www.etsi.org/news-events/events/768-2014-12-etsi-workshop-on-m2m. http://www.etsi.org/news-events/events/768-2014-12-etsi-workshop-on-m2m The emails are sent to the offcial Contact person only. Please bear in mind to forward all the communication emails to the rest of the showcases team. Each oneM2M Demo stand consists of the following: – 2 tables with tablecloths: 2x 140 x 70 x 72.5 cm (length, wide, height) + 4 chairs – 2 screens (40”) with floor stands and HDMI/VGA cables – Power sockets and network plugs as you have requested in the technical questionnaire – A glass panel in the lobby for one of your poster which size is maximum: 95 x 200 cm (wide, height) – 1 roll-up banner that can be brought by your Demo team: recommended size: 80 x 200 cm (wide, height); due to room configuaration, no additional banners nor posters will be possible. - Literature: you are welcome to distribute literature (flyers, etc…) on your stand.
Demo logistics Shipment: you will be able to send out your equipment to the ETSI premises where it will be stored before and after the event at the following address: Contact: Mrs Aurélie SFEZ ETSI, 650 route des Lucioles, 06921 Sophia Antipolis, France Phone: + 33 6 81 49 69 26 Set-up: to be done Monday 08 December from 09.00 until 18.00. Opening hours for the oneM2M Showcase exhibition area: Tuesday 09 December 09.00 – 18.00 Wednesday 10 December 09.00 – 18:00 Thursday 11 December 09:00 – 13:00 Tear down: to be done Thursday 11 December from 13.00 until 16.00.
Demos B1AB Showcase C: Smart City Services and Multiple Service Layer Platforms Interworking – KETI, InterDigital, NEC Corporation, Fraunhofer, SK Telecom Showcase E: oneM2M-based Continua Compliant Healthcare System and Interworking of Multiple oneM2M Service Layer Platforms – Lamprey Networks, InterDigital, Personal Connected Health Alliance (Continua)
Demos B2B3 Showcase A: oneM2M/ESMIG Home Energy Management showcase – ESMIG, Sierra Wireless, Vodafone, Kamstrup, Qualcomm, GridPocket, LAAS-CNRS Showcase B: Vehicle to Home Solution - Cross Vertical Application via Horizontal oneM2M Platform – LG Electronics, LG U+, Modacom, Eluon
Demos B2B3 Showcase D: oneM2M enriched personal life – Huawei Technologies, China United Network Communications Group Company Showcase F: Connected Vehicle Cloud based on oneM2M platform – Ericsson Showcase G: oneM2M Business Application across multiple use cases and market segments – TELIT/ILS Technology
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Showcase A abstract Showcase A: oneM2M/ESMIG Home Energy Management showcase – ESMIG, Sierra Wireless, Vodafone, Kamstrup, Qualcomm, GridPocket, LAAS-CNRS This showcase demonstrates a complex home energy management solution based on both the standards defined in oneM2M and the standards recommended by ESMIG (European Smart Metering Industry Group). It shows how an existing smart metering deployment can be enhanced to share relevant data across different stakeholders using a oneM2M-compliant platform, using intelligent communication gateways as well as an adequate cloud-based infrastructure. It constitutes a first step towards a full implementation of oneM2M technology in an infrastructure for Smart Metering and Demand Response involving various market parties such as: Grid Operator, Energy Service Company, Energy supplier and consumer. The application provides advanced energy dash-board functionalities, usage analysis and innovative energy-saving loyalty schemes. It also demonstrates advanced communication capabilities such as the automatic selection of appropriate communication paths and selective buffering of data based on provisioned policies.
Showcase B abstract Showcase B: Vehicle to Home Solution - Cross Vertical Application via Horizontal oneM2M Platform – LG Electronics, LG U+, Modacom, Eluon This showcase is about how two different IoT verticals, Smart Home and Smart Car, can be converged based on oneM2M platforms that are installed in the G/W in the Home domain and car domain and in the server (cloud). The main user experiences provided from this showcase are 1) to control home appliances in the car, 2) to monitor vehicle environment at home and 3) to customize environment surrounding a user by using personalized G/W, smartphone.
Showcase C abstract Showcase C: Smart City Services and Multiple Service Layer Platforms Interworking – KETI, InterDigital, NEC Corporation, Fraunhofer, SK Telecom This showcase introduces smart city applications/services run on multiple IoT service layer platforms interworking each other. The main purpose of the showcase is to show how M2M/IoT service providers are using oneM2M compliant service layer platforms to deliver services more efficiently across multiple technology domains in particular for smart city. The demo shows (1) registration procedures of sensors and actuators to a oneM2M compliant service layer platform; (2) mutual registrations of multiple adjacent service layer platforms; (3) and smart city applications that discovers the registered devices and introduces semantic data enabling fast auto-configuration and big-data analytics. Since the deployment configurations of the showcase span multiple domains (i.e., field domain for end devices and infrastructure domain for infrastructure nodes) and the node entities (i.e., ADN, ASN, MN and IN) are from different companies, it clearly delivers messages that the oneM2M specifications can provide a service layer which enables services and interoperability between devices/device networks and cloud-based applications.
Showcase D abstract Showcase D: oneM2M enriched personal life – Huawei Technologies, China United Network Communications Group Company Story 1: oneM2M enabled smart home environment. Movable house keeper robot with embedded remote control of home appliance, monitor and control of sensors, actuators and alarms as well as remotely real time video communication to inspect the in home situation. Zigbee interworking capability to connect standard Zigbee devices. - What’s your pet doing right now while you are away? - Acting as avatar to accompany family while you are in a long business trip. - Warn the intruder when no one is at home. Story 2: oneM2M enabled LWM2M device management Remotely update the firmware of the device using unified oneM2M interface agnostic to detailed bearing technology. LWM2M as the external management technology.
Showcase D abstract Story 3: Enablement of the M2M device abstraction and semantics support Based on a basic XML-based semantic data communication schema as well as the M2M resource ontology, by abstracting the sensor data with a virtual sensor gateway, a scenario of intelligent control on a large conference room is presented. Story 4: oneM2M enabled health monitoring and management application. Wearable devices are connected via Bluetooth to smart phones, which will process data and then upload to the health AE through oneM2M platform. A scenario is presented, in which users’ activities (exercises, sleeping quality etc.) are monitored, and feedback is provided to users after analyzing the monitored data.
Showcase E abstract Showcase E: oneM2M-based Continua Compliant Healthcare System and Interworking of Multiple oneM2M Service Layer Platforms – Lamprey Networks, InterDigital, Personal Connected Health Alliance (Continua) This demonstration highlights the operation of a Continua compliant HealthCare solution running over the oneM2M service layer to form a complete end-to-end home healthcare solution. In this system, oneM2M CSE functionality is deployed on the Continua defined WAN Interface present between a Continua Application Hosting Device (AHD) and a Continua WAN Service. Hosted on the Gateway, a Continua AHD is interworking with an oneM2M ASN-CSE. This Gateway interfaces to a M2M cloud server that hosts a Continua WAN Service interworking with an oneM2M IN-CSE. It also includes Continua compliant healthcare business applications that interfaces directly to the Continua WAN Services All communication between the Continua AHD (hosted on the M2M Gateway) and the Continua WAN Service (hosted on the M2M cloud server) are facilitated by ASN-CSE and IN- CSE supported oneM2M functionality such as registration, container management, subscriptions/notifications, announce/de-announce, resource discovery, and triggering.
Showcase F abstract Showcase F: Connected Vehicle Cloud based on oneM2M platform – Ericsson This demo showcases Connected Vehicle Cloud based on oneM2M Architecture and Protocols. It focuses on the Device Management and Data Management Common Service Entities. This demo captures oneM2M nodes inter-working i.e. AE, CSE and NSE integration along with the oneM2M device entity (connected vehicle). The demo showcases some use cases like: 1. Data collection from a connected vehicle 2. Firmware/Software download/update for a connected vehicle It uses Ericsson's Service Enablement Platform along with Ericsson's Remote Device Manager, supporting the underlying Device Management protocols as identified by oneM2M for mapping on, namely TR-069, OMA-DM and LWM2M. The use-case for this demo is based on Connected Car concept where a car is the oneM2M device to be managed remotely by a Service Layer and capabilities are exposed towards application Layer to build innovative apps. The demonstration showcases a simple application capturing end-to-end scenarios for device management and data management in a oneM2M compliant Architecture.
Showcase G abstract Showcase G: oneM2M Business Application across multiple use cases and market segments – TELIT/ILS Technology This demo has the ability to collect energy data points from a building well as parameters like: humidity, temperature, luminance or others in order to predict consumption and allow better maintenance of the building. The demo is based on the oneM2M Architecture and it includes multiple sensors, one or more gateways and an infrastructure node. The business application(s) are interfacing with the infrastructure node using oneM2M “Mca” reference point and it takes full advantage of the oneM2M access right definitions.