Enhancing oneM2M platform with semantics, why does it matter?

oneM2M

This webcast addresses how the oneM2M platform is enhanced with semantic capabilities to ensure cross-domain interoperability between IoT devices and applications at the level of communication and data. The semantic vision of IoT: from data to intelligence. •Data interoperability and generic interworking in oneM2M. •The oneM2M base ontology: concepts, properties and relationships. •How to map the base ontology with external ontologies. •How to instantiate oneM2M resources according to the base ontology. •Towards semantic discovery and advanced reasoning in oneM2M.
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The rapid adoption of smart, adaptive, and connected devices—the “Internet of Things” (IoT)—is occurring across virtually all critical infrastructure sectors...


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INTERNET OF THINGS MARKET NARRATIVES

ARGUS INSIGHTS

Internet of Things Market Narratives: Webinar – May 2016 from John Feland Capture of our oversubscribed webinar on 4 May 2016 focused on what is top of mind within the market narrative on the Internet of Things, including Big Data, Smart Home, Wearables, Smart Grid, Privacy, Security and more.Capture of our oversubscribed webinar on 4 May 2016 focused on what is top of mind within the market narrative on the Internet of Things, including Big Data, Smart Home, Wearables, Smart Grid, Privacy, Security and more.
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The ROI of IoT: Building a Business Case for an IoT Initiative

oneM2M

Virtually every company is looking at how the Internet of Things (IoT) can transform their business, and one of the first questions they’re asking is, “How do I quantify the ROI.
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How Telco Providers Can Leverage Streaming Analytics to Monetize M2M and IoT and Improve the Customer Experience

vitria

The proliferation of Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives has created a new set of challenges and opportunities for CSPs. In addition to managing large-scale mobile networks, CSPs must now monitor, manage and address issues affecting a larger and more diverse population of connected devices. To address the emerging magnitude of operational complexity and to continuously deliver the best possible service, streaming analytics capabilities are more important than ever for CSPs. When CSPs are leveraging streaming big data analytics, they can immediately and automatically collect, correlate, analyze and act on streaming data in diverse formats across disparate systems within seconds of occurrence. This means that CSPs are able to not only detect and address issues as events are unfolding but also prevent them from cycling through and negatively impacting the customer experience – and, on the flip side, seize opportunities for real-time 1:1 marketing precisely when customers are likely most receptive.
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Startups and Investors in the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things will benefit from new technologies and applications at every level, from complex, embedded systems to those consumers directly interact with in everyday life. The IEEE Standards Association and IEEE Internet of Things Initiative are fostering this environment of innovation with a series of IoT Startup events.
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