Type: Webinar

Date and Time
From Monday 21 October 2019 -  09:00
To Friday 25 October 2019 - 17:00

This event comprises the following events:

oneM2M Developer’s Tutorial
ETSI IoT Workshop & Showcases
The 2019 edition of the ETSI IoT Week will take place on 21-25 October 2019.

This gathering of IoT experts has become the must attend event for anyone involved in IoT and who understands the importance of standard-enabled technologies for IoT service deployments.

With an expected attendance of over 200 participants, the ETSI IoT Week is an excellent occasion to meet and network with other IoT stakeholders as well as providing an opportunity to directly contribute to the shaping of the future of IoT standards.

Who should attend
Product managers, solution adopters, technical developers, standard managers, researchers and business users & consumers of IoT services, will benefit from an up-to-date overview of the major European and global trends in IoT services, technology innovations, deployments and the relevant standards work.

Attendance to the event is open to all and free of charge upon registration.

Highlights of the ETSI IoT Week:

The oneM2M Developer's Tutorial taking place on 21 October is dedicated to understanding and experiencing the use of oneM2M opensource solutions, with practical hands-on development activities. The Programme & Registration are available here!

The ETSI IoT workshop will take place on 22–25 October.  The IoT Standard Showcases will be accessible on 22–24 October during the networking breaks. The agenda & registration are available here!

The event will focus on :

IoT service layer interoperability, including both standard based (e.g. oneM2M) and industrial solutions,
IoT standard based communication technologies (e.g. those developed by the 3GPP partnership project NB-IoT, LTE- M, 5G),
IoT security and privacy.
The IoT Standard Showcases will enable attendees to see and interact with real-life implementations of standard based technologies for oneM2M standard and SAREF, communication networks (e.g. 3GPP cellular 5G) applied to IoT services.