The Building Blocks of NB-IoT: DTLS, CoAP, OSCORE, and Other Important Cellular IoT Protocols
NB-IoT technology is growing rapidly around the world. This technology is the first LPWAN to offer end-to-end internet in both directions -- to and from the cloud. But due to the latency of NB-IoT, building a device requires different protocols than those typically used. During this webinar, we'll explore what the CoAP transport protocol is, and reasons to choose the DTLS secure link layer. We'll also cover the advantages of using the OSCORE security protocol, and how the LwM2M device management protocol uses these protocols. Finally, we will address how IoT managers can securely manage their devices without draining their battery or using large amounts of data.
Join us for this webinar recording and learn more about the key building blocks of Cellular IoT: NB-IoT, DTLS, CoAP, OSCORE and LwM2M.
Major cellular IoT protocols available
Benefits and downsides to common cellular IoT protocols
Protocol recommendations for specific use cases
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Achim Kraus CoAP/DTLS Cloud Expert
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