oneM2M Interop

  • 14-16 September 2015Add this to my calendar
  • Sophia Antipolis, Franceexpand

ETSI and TTA were pleased to organise the first oneM2M Interop event that was held from the 14 to 16 September in the ETSI premises, in Sophia Antipolis, France. This event was co-located with the oneM2M Technical Plenary #19 meeting (07-11 September 2015).

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The purpose of this event was to verify the primitive’s interoperability as defined in the oneM2M standards and to check end-to-end functionality on oneM2M interfaces Mca (Application Entity – Common Service Entity) and Mcc (Common Service Entity – Common Service Entity).

The implementations needed to support at least one of the 3 protocol bindings HTTP, CoAP, MQTT.

Interoperability test scenarios from TS-0013 (interoperability testing) were proposed to participants. The testing were based on the: 

  • oneM2M Release 1 standards TS-0001 (Functional Architecture)
  • TS-0004 (Service Layer Core Protocol)
  • TS-0009 (HTTP Protocol Binding)
  • TS-0008 (CoAP Protocol Binding)
  • TS-0010 (MQTT Protocol Binding)

This Interoperability event offered test sessions where vendors could assess the level of interoperability of their implementations and verify the correct interpretation of the oneM2M standards.

Please note that the interoperability results are not to be public as the event was covered by a Non-Disclosure Agreement.

This activity was supported by oneM2M and the European Commission.

oneM2M Interop Blog

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Watch this space!

Aurélie Sfez
16 September 2015

Social event

The oneM2M participants are enjoying a nice networking dinner sponsored by TTA.


The whole TTA - ETSI event organizational team together.

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Aurélie Sfez
15 September 2015

oneM2M Interop Group

All the oneM2M Interop event participants gathered together in front of the ETSI Building.

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Aurélie Sfez
14 September 2015

1st oneM2M Interop event-2

The 1st oneM2M interop event started this morning with 30 companies and 75 Participants.

1st oneM2M Interop event

As you can see, already very intense and fruitful testing sessions are going on.


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