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what is the difference between ETSI-M2M standard and OneM2M Standard? [message #1735603] Tue, 21 June 2016 11:53 Go to next message
Son Duong is currently offline Son DuongFriend
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Hi everyone,

I am doing a project about the topic desinging and implementing an M2M Application using OM2M. When I found some documentation in the internet, I know that the OM2M is defined based on the ETSI-M2M and OneM2M Standard. These two standards make me a bit confused about the similarity. Can anyone tell me what is the difference between these two standards, the ETSI-M2M standard and OneM2M standard?

Thank you so much!
Re: what is the difference between ETSI-M2M standard and OneM2M Standard? [message #1735900 is a reply to message #1735603] Thu, 23 June 2016 13:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Guillaume Garzone is currently offline Guillaume GarzoneFriend
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Hello,

Historically the ETSI-M2M standard was the first published. More recently, the oneM2M standard has been developed. It is inspired by the ETSI M2M standard as the ETSI is a member of the consortium and brought its expertise.
The functional architecture and resources have changed somehow and new features have been introduced.
For instance, the applications of smartM2M are now considered as AE (application entities) in oneM2M.

Hope this helps,
Guillaume
Re: what is the difference between ETSI-M2M standard and OneM2M Standard? [message #1735910 is a reply to message #1735900] Thu, 23 June 2016 14:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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hi Guillaume, thank you for your answer.

As I understand so far that the oneM2M is something like the improved version of the ETSI M2M standard, isn't it? And from your point of view, which standard should I focus to design an M2M Application? Which one is better? And it seems that the OM2M also support these two standards, am i right?
Re: what is the difference between ETSI-M2M standard and OneM2M Standard? [message #1736152 is a reply to message #1735910] Mon, 27 June 2016 07:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Guillaume Garzone is currently offline Guillaume GarzoneFriend
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Hello,

From this point, the ESTI M2M standard will have no more new release. As ETSI joined the oneM2M consortium they will avoid to keep developing a standard on their own.
OM2M version 1.0 supports now oneM2M but the previous version ( 0.8 ) supports ETSI M2M.
I would recommend you to go further into details with oneM2M as ETSI SmartM2M will not evolve anymore.

Guillaume

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Re: what is the difference between ETSI-M2M standard and OneM2M Standard? [message #1736186 is a reply to message #1736152] Mon, 27 June 2016 11:37 Go to previous message
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thank you so much, Guillaume!
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