Global Certification Forum (GCF) is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its oneM2M certification programme. Following on from an official MoU signing earlier this year with the Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA), oneM2M certification through GCF will facilitate interoperablity and standardisation for IoT applications where performance, reliability and security are critical. With 5G happening now and the prolific growth of IoT connectivity, the oneM2M certification is critical to the standardisation of converging technologies from multiple industries.
Companies interested in certifying a product may request an account now and log into the webpage to learn more about the oneM2M certification.
You can also contact GCF to hear more about oneM2M certification.
Guidance on oneM2M applications
oneM2M Application Developer Guides: http://www.onem2m.org/developer-guides
oneM2M has worked on a series of developer guides, proposing a guideline for application developers who want to use functionalities offered by an oneM2M service platform.
When implementing a standard, it is frequently requested from software developer community to get some tutorials describing for basic use cases, some procedures and scenarios, including diagrams, message flows, message traces samples, resource description samples, etc. Such documents would be helpful in software development to provide overall understanding of the main functions offered by the oneM2M architecture, before going more deeply into the analysis of the oneM2M standards.
oneM2M Application-ID Registry hosted by iconectiv.com: http://www.onem2m.org/developers-corner/tools/app-id-registry
oneM2M protocols require unique identification of oneM2M applications. The use of non-standard identifiers and proprietary formats for identifying software applications makes interconnection extremely difficult, as well as not necessarily being unique. It also prevents effective tracking and reporting necessary for service fulfilment and billing.