Market Wired – October 13, 2016
SINGAPORE–(Marketwired – October 13, 2016) – The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) today announced the final agenda for its developer focused Internet of Things (IoT) seminar/webinar entitled, “How Developers Can Get the Most Out of IoT Standards and Tools”, which will be held Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Singapore. Presented in conjunction with IoTSG, this developer-focused event will provide an overview of industry standards and tools that are enabling interoperability and market growth in the Internet of Things. International and local speakers will share valuable insights for developers active in IoT. Registration is open for both the on site seminar and the free online webinar.
IoTerop – October 11, 2016
Smart cities are at the heart of many IoT opportunities, but also face some of the greatest challenges as efforts and technologies proliferate. Goals such as resource management, improving transportation infrastructure, management budgets are all in the forefront as public actors, technology suppliers and all concerned parties come together to support the efforts to improve the lives of citizens.
InterComms – October 3, 2016
Wireless Operators and their suppliers are consumed by the prospect of a virtualized network, the promise of 5G speeds and capacity, the rising volume of IoT deployments, and the associated application of wireless technology into automobiles, healthcare, public utilities, municipal governments and homes. The speed of innovation and the forces that are driving innovation into the wireless ecosystem begs the question, “Who is driving the path of innovation?”
Pipeline – August 13, 2016
The traditional means of innovating the mobile network has been through the thoughtful and consensus-based efforts of technologists working in a standards setting environment. However, the maturation of the Internet as an application platform and the related rise of Internet-enabled device and service providers, especially on the Web, have helped renew a focus on innovation and differentiation. The development of 5G networks and the Internet of Things (IoT) will employ a process likely to be dominated by agile development of technology and platform prototypes often in Open Source, collaborative projects, which put a premium on “code first”. In light of this industry shift, the Open Mobile Alliance has embarked on a survey of mobile and IoT industry professionals to shed light on trends towards cooperation between the Open Standards and Open Source communities.
LinkedIn – August 9, 2016
Web real-time communications (WebRTC) technology enables real-time communication via browsers. WebRTC specifications do not define standard web signaling protocol, leaving web application architects and developers to decide. Despite the flexibility and freedom provided to the application designers to choose the signaling protocol, having no standard signaling protocol introduces challenges in delivering interoperable and standardized WebRTC services.
Devsworld News – July 14, 2016
Open Mobile Alliance (OMA), a not-for-profit organization, is the industry focal point for the development of mobile service enabler specifications, and delivers open specifications for creating interoperable services that work around the world. It aims to be the catalyst for the consolidation of standards activity within the mobile data service industry.
OMA SpecWorks – July 5, 2016
Event Title: How Developers Can Get the Most Out of IoT Standards and Tools
isemag.com – July 1, 2016
Can Standardization Help the IoT Data Overload Coming Our Way?
Connect2 Systems – July 1, 2016
Connect2 Systems and ITM Monitoring will be demonstrating their remote monitoring solution for Rail Infrastructure at ISP 44 Health, Monitoring & Predictive Maintenance in Rail Infrastructure event at the National Rail Museum, York on 5th July.
Tech Target – June 22, 2016
CoAP is taking the place of older, ‘heavy’ protocols and helping bring the promise of the internet of things to constrained, low-power devices.