Welcome to the ETSI IoT Week 2018

Standards & Technologies for the Smart World

22-26 October 2018, ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, FR

The ETSI IoT Week, the evolution of our highly successful M2M/IoT Workshop series, has become the must-attend event for anyone involved in IoT and who appreciates the value of standards-enabled technologies and deployments. The event should be firmly placed in your calendar, whether you are involved with ICT standards, technical planning and development, research and innovation or are simply an IoT user.

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Currently a call for Presentations and for Showcases is open (DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL 21 June 2018)

Outline Programme

Attendance to the event is open to all and free of charge upon registration.

Registration for the event will open in July 2018. SAVE THE DATE in your calendar!

The ETSI IoT Week will include the following series of events:

Date Event
Monday 22 October

oneM2M Developers' Tutorial

 

IoT Security and Privacy Pre-event

23 - 24 - 25 - 26 October  

IoT Workshop (Call for presentations)

23 - 24 - 25 - 26 October

oneM2M Showcases (Call for Showcases)

Introduction

Interoperability, scalability and interworking remain key factors to the successful development of IoT. In particular, security and semantic interoperability that is provided by standards have the mission of "gluing together" the different technologies that compose the IoT ecosystem.

With an attendance of over 200 participants, the ETSI IoT week is an excellent occasion to network with other IoT stakeholders and actively contribute to the shaping of future IoT solutions and standards.

Highlights of the IoT Workshop will include:

  • An overview of the major IoT standardization activities in ETSI SmartM2M, oneM2M, 3GPP and more
  • Smart cities (city testimonials, solutions and best practices)
  • IoT for Industry and Manufacturing (IoT enabling Industry through production, maintenance, monitoring and distribution, together with the new business models)
  • SAREF and semantic interoperability (SAREF is emerging as “the European solution” to support intra and inter sector semantic interoperability)
  • IoT Connectivity (2G, 3G, NB-IoT, 5G, LoRa and more… which technology is best suited for what application?)
  • Wearables/Body Area Networks (innovation and evolution of the devices and objects we use and wear)
  • Smart Energy, Buildings and Environment (the standards and the solutions)

The final and detailed programme will be online by the end of August 2018.

Pre-events on Monday 22 October:

  • oneM2M developers' Tutorial: a full-day tutorial aimed at providing insight and practical understanding on the use of oneM2M standards and corresponding opensource offerings.
  • IoT security and privacy pre-event: a half-day session dedicated to the IoT Security aspects, linking into the output from the ETSI Security week

oneM2M Showcases:

  • oneM2M implementations and product showcases will be available throughout the event to demonstrate real life implementations of the oneM2M standard.

Programme Committee

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

  • Marco Annoni, Viasat group -  VC TC ITS
  • Mahdi Ben Alaya, Sensinov
  • Franck Boissiere, DG Connect, European Commission
  • Philippe Bourguignon, ENGIE
  • David Boswarthick, ETSI
  • Scott Cadzow, Cadzow Communication
  • Christophe Colinet, Bordeaux Metropole
  • Paul Copping, Digital Greenwich
  • Laura Daniele, TNO
  • Francisco Da Silva, Huawei
  • Francois Ennesser, Gemalto
  • Farserotu John R., CSEM, SmartBAN Chairman
  • Lindsay Frost, NEC, Etsi Board Member
  • Patrick Guillemin, ETSI
  • Wolfgang Granzow, Qualcomm
  • Mona Mustapha, GSMA
  • Raúl García Castro, UPM
  • Said Gharout, Orange
  • Roland Hechwartnerm, DT
  • Svetoslav Mihaylov, DG Connect, European Commissionj
  • Enrico Scarrone, TIM
  • Massimo Vanetti, SBS-Digital SME
  • Laurent Velez, ETSI

Organisational Support:

  • Emmanuelle Boswarthick, ETSI
  • Aurelie Sfez, ETSI