Standards are Slow, but not Stupid - What you may Expect from the oneM2M Global Initiative on M2M Standardization (Internet of Things & WSN Europe 2014)

Dr Joerg Swetina,
NEC
Germany
 
Apr 02, 2014.

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Presentation Summary

• What's wrong with standards for M2M? And why bother?
• The oneM2M Global Initiative for M2M Standardization
• How does the oneM2M standard help the industry?
• What will the future of M2M look like?

Speaker Biography (Joerg Swetina)

Joerg Swetina studied Chemistry and Mathematics at the University of Vienna, Austria and later conducted research in Theoretical Chemistry.
Moving from academia to industry he led a development team dealing with GSM call processing and software testing at Siemens Austria. Since the early days of 3GPP he had been representing Siemens and later Nokia Siemens Networks in standardization bodies like ETSI SMG, 3GPP, OMA and others.
In 2008 he moved to NEC Europe in Heidelberg, Germany, continuing his work in standards. Additionally to 3GPP his current field of interest covers Machine-to-Machine communication. He was active in ETSI TC M2M and is currently acting as vice chair of the requirements group of the 'oneM2M Global Initiative' organization.
Dr. Swetina is married and is living in Vienna and Heidelberg.

Company Profile (NEC)

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