You already have an electronic design or an existing product on which you want to support OMA LwM2M and IPSO technologies?
You want to integrate Device Management, Firmware Update and Security with Authentication and Cryptography into your existing Connected Object?
You want to make your existing product interoperable with the rest of the industry and the best IoT Plaform Vendors and Operators?
IOWA, reference software implementation of the OMA and IPSO standards, is what you need.
SensorHub – Smart Electronic Design
You want a cost-effective, modular and standard-based turnkey solution to create a Smart IoT Device?
You want to release a Smart Connected Object with Device Management, Firmware Update, Security and IPSO/LwM2M certified features in record time?
You look for an efficient Electronic Design capable of operating over any constrained Networking technology with all the necessary software pre-integrated?
SensorHub, Smart Electronic Design from IoTerop with pre-integrated OS and built-in LwM2M/IPSO software, is what you need.
OMA Lightweight M2M?
The Open Mobile Alliance is a well-known standards body, which defined a set of publications (OMA DM) to ensure the interoperability and the device management in the mobile phone industry. Today OMA compatible device management software is found in 1.4 billion mobile phones.
The OMA Lightweight M2M (LwM2M) standard targets specifically the interoperability and device management of IoT devices. It is focuses on constrained cellular and sensor network for machine-to-machine communications and devices, and driven mainly by leading network operators and vendors.
OMA Lightweight M2M is an open protocol for device and service management, specifically designed for constrained devices, over a number of transports and bearers. Its main characteristics are:
LwM2M allows bootstrapping, device management and information reporting.
There is a simple and efficient protocol featuring RESTful interfaces and security through DTLS.
It is usable on packet or stream based network (IP or non-IP based) with a very low resource overhead, targeting devices with limited computing/memory/network bandwidth.