Welcome to the ETSI IoT Week 2017

Standards & Technologies for the Smart World

23-26 October 2017, at ETSI

The ETSI IoT Week - an extension of our highly successful M2M Workshop series - has become the must-attend for anyone involved in IoT solutions, who appreciates the power and value of the standards-enabled technologies. Whether you are working in IoT standards management, technology roadmap & planning/development, or are 'simply' an IoT user and follower, this event needs to be firmly placed in your calendar.
The 2017 edition of the ETSI IoT Week is scheduled to take place on 23-26 October 2017. Save the date!

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Outline Programme

The ETSI IoT Week includes the following series of events:

Date Event   Registration
Monday 23 October oneM2M Developers' Tutorial Tutorial Agenda Register for the Tutorial
24 - 25 -26 October

IoT Workshop

Workshop Agenda

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24 - 25 -26 October

oneM2M Showcases

Selected Showcases

Introduction

Focus on interoperability and interworking

IoT is the combination of multiple technologies and solutions, where things share information among each other to build IoT services that are consumed by things and humans and, in some cases, by other living things like animals and plants.Interoperability and interworking will be the focus of the workshop, with particular attention to the security and semantic interoperability provided by the standards that have the mission of "gluing" all the different technologies used by IoT.

Areas of interest for this event include, but are not limited to:

  • IoT service implementations from pilots, innovation and research projects (e.g. the EU Large Scale Pilots), in the areas of Smart Cities, Industrial Applications, Aging Well, Smart agriculture, Smart Energy, Wearables, Smart Appliances, Cooperative and Connected Mobility , etc.
  • Feedback from major associations (e.g. AIOTI, IIC, Industry 4.0, W3C WoT, etc)
  • Status and results from open source IoT projects
  • Feedback from oneM2M implementations around the globe
  • Any research activity in the area of semantic and ontology-based interoperability
  • Standards updates on IoT services enabling technologies (e.g. oneM2M and ETSI TC SmartM2M, ISG CIM, etc.)
  • Standards updates on IoT enabling communication technologies (e.g. 3GPP NB-IoT and 5G)
  • Tutorials on oneM2M and its open source implementations
  • oneM2M showcases

Programme Committee

The following people are members of the Programme Committee and will define the programme of the ETSI IoT Week Workshop.

  • Enrico Scarrone, Telecom Italia, Workshop Chairman
  • Marco Annoni, Viasat Group
  • Mahdi Ben Alaya, Sensinov
  • Franck Boissiere, European Commission
  • Francisco Da Silva, Huawei
  • Laura Daniele, TNO
  • Keith Dickerson, Climate Associates
  • Margot Dor, ETSI
  • Omar Elloumi, Nokia
  • Francois Ennesser, Gemalto
  • Raúl García-Castro, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  • Patrick Guillemin, ETSI
  • Roland Hechwartner, Deutsche Telekom
  • Franck Le Gall, Easy Global Market
  • Patricia Martigne, ORANGE
  • Markus Maas, Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunication, Post and Railway
  • Massimo Vanetti, SBS/digital SME
  • Svetoslav Mihaylov, European Commission
  • Joerg Swetina, NEC Europe
  • Laurent Velez, ETSI

Organizational support

  • Nathalie Guinet ETSI
  • Aurelie Sfez ETSI