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Resources for understanding and Building LwM2M IoT Solutions.
Go to GitHub to download the evaluation version of our IOWA SDK, sample applications, and other resources. No forms required.
uSEFUL wEBSITES & Tools:
A comprehensive list of 6000 standardized data objects that used to rapidly create IoT applications and ensure interoperability. Examples: 56 water industry objects for flow volume, temperature, burst pipe alarm, etc.
Use this application to connect to IoTerop’s CONNECTicut server to see standard LwM2M objects and functionality.
LwM2M server for testing LwM2M application interoperability.
Informative webinar from IoTerop with partners ABI Research, Deutsche Telekom, and Itron on NB-IoT and LwM2M synergies.
Webinar from IoTerop, Vodafone, and EDMI on how global standards LwM2M 1.1 and NB-IoT are shaping Smart Water Meter deployments in Australia and New Zealand.
Video overview of LwM2M history comparing LwM2M 1.0 to 1.1 capabilities.
Good technology is great, but it is only as useful as the quality of the organization behind it.
Iot ThOUGHT 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 industires.
This detailed paper from T-Mobile with lots of graphics and quanititive analysis calls out important differences between CoAP and MQTT developers must take into account when using NB-IoT as a transport mechanism.
Interesting research from MachNation comparing the relative data reporting efficiency of MQTT and LwM2M. We feel however this is an innaccurate comparision. 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 profile, including message size (byte count) and transport protocols like CoAP and MQTT impact network performance.
The GSMA outline their view of how 3GPP cellular technologies will enable Massive IoT.
The OMA outlines key differences on the different device management approaches.
Interesting whitepaper on the challenges of managing IoT devices in a non-IP world.
This whitepaper from the Open Mobile Alliance outlines how LwM2M and applications can be instrumental in supporting the United Nations’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Important paper from the United Nations and Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business on how IoT and data standardization will enhance global trade and innovation.