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Tutorial #1: Use the IOWA Evaluation SDK and create a LwM2M client in minutes.
Use IOWA, a compact, Lightweight Machine-to-Machine compliant device management library to create your first LwM2M client.
Tutorial #2: Build a LwM2M client for ESP32 Dev Kit in minutes.
How to use IOWA device management stack on ESP32 hardware
IOT RELATED CONTENT
This paper from the Open Mobile Alliance outlines how LwM2M uses OSCORE to more efficiently secure IoT end-to-end, independent of network topography, at the applicative level with specific examples for different industries.
This detailed paper from T-Mobile with lots of graphics and quantitative analysis calls out important differences between CoAP and MQTT developers must take into account when using NB-IoT as a transport mechanism.
LwM2M & MQTT Test Comparison from analyst group MachNation
Interesting research from MachNation comparing the relative data reporting efficiency of MQTT and LwM2M. We feel however this is an inaccurate comparison. LwM2M incorporates device management services MQTT does not have. A fairer comparison would be CoAP to MQTT. Here is an infographic from IoTerop that outlines MachNation’s findings.
Research on how messaging profiles, including message size (byte count) and transport protocols like CoAP and MQTT impact network performance.
All things LwM2M 1.1
In depth whitepaper from Ericsson and T-Mobile on the needs of next-generation, hyper-efficient LPWAN IoT solutions.