ETSI IoT week is back as a fully virtual event! Join the ETSI community of International experts of IoT standards during the week of April 26-30, 2021 - and don't miss the new IoT Semantics tutorial.

ETSI IoT Week 2021 provides the latest IoT Industry and Standards updates in the face of the current pandemic situation. It will focus on the major IoT standards achievements that further support the digitalization of society, business and industry across numerous vertical sectors. Selecting the right IoT connectivity technologies, that are optimized for multiple IoT solutions and that work at scale, is essential to ensure futureproof and sustainable IoT deployments.

ETSI IoT Week 2021 will be composed of a series of half-day session on the following topics:

  • oneM2M: Service Experiences and Best Practices
  • IoT in the Face of the Pandemic: Digitalization and Countermeasures
  • IoT Cybersecurity: Consumers, Smart Cities, e-Health and SMEs: The Standards
  • Artificial Intelligence in IoT: AI Adoption and the Standards

On the first day of the week, 26th April, 2021, discover the new tutorial on IoT Semantics and Ontologies: From Data Sharing to Information Sharing using oneM2M, ETSI SAREF and the Semantic Portal.

Following the successful release of the tutorial on oneM2M standards and APIs for developers in 2020, aimed to help you successfully adopt, develop and deploy IoT solutions using oneM2M standards and APIs, the InDiCo project is delivering a new tutorial focusing on oneM2M Semantics this year, which will be delivered in two phases:

Phase 1:  IoT Semantics tutorial at ETSI IoT Week 2021
Phase 2: SAREF for oneM2M application Development tutorial webinar in June 2021

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn about the sharing of data and of information using semantics,  everything you need to ensure seamless interoperability in your IoT applications!

By taking part in this training, you will become familiar with the best ways to implement semantics in all kinds of IoT applications - in the fields of smart grid, smart city, smart building, connected car, home automation, public safety, health, and connected and automated industry, etc. 

This training is designed for experienced developers or systems architects, in charge of the selection of technical options for IoT implementations. The recommended prerequisite would be to have followed the training on oneM2M standards and APIs, available on oneM2M YouTube channel

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