Challenges from the Identities of Things (Internet of Things Applications Europe 2015)

Mr Ingo Friese, R&D Expert & Project Manager
Deutsche Telekom AG
Germany
 
Apr 28, 2015.

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Presentation Summary

The Internet of Things (IoT) is beginning to evolve and early solutions are now being implemented. You can find implementations in areas like logistics, farming, home automation and many others. But its restrictions become obvious as we try to connect solutions of different vendors, communities or standard groups. Apart from communication protocols new identity management mechanisms are crucial for a growing Internet of Things. This presentation discusses real project examples and introduces challenges coming from the Identities of Things as well as possible solutions encompassing identifier, mapping, discovery, authentication, authorization and privacy.

Speaker Biography (Ingo Friese)

Ingo Friese is a research engineer and project manager at Deutsche Telekom AG. He has more than 10 years' experience in the field of in Identity Management, Next Generation Networks and IMS. Ingo has been engaged in several research- and strategic projects for Telekom Innovation Laboratories the central innovation unit of Deutsche Telekom AG. Currently he is in charge for architecture and standardization in a machine-to-machine communication project with various pan-European partners. Ingo is the convener of the "Identities of Things" discussion group of Kantara Initiative.

Company Profile (Deutsche Telekom)

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Deutsche Telekom is one of the world's leading telecommunication and information technology service companies with almost 200 million customers (fixed and mobile). Represented in around 50 countries across the globe, Deutsche Telekom is internationally focused and offers a wide range of products and services for connected life and work. So its M2M Competence Center is perfectly positioned to facilitate the development of the M2M market and provide M2M solutions.
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