Open Source Projects
Several independent Open Source foundations and projects have been actively using oneM2M standards in various applications and services since oneM2M Release 1 was published in January 2015. These Open Source projects may be a useful place for developers to start to familiarise themselves with oneM2M.
- ATIS Open Source, Internet of Things (OS-IoT) is an open source software library that simplifies the development of IoT devices, particularly small clients, that connect to the oneM2M ecosystem.
- IOTDM, part of the OpenDaylight project hosted by the Linux Foundation: Developing a oneM2M-based IoT Data Broker to enable authorised applications to retrieve IoT data uploaded by any device.
- OASIS SI, part of Open-source Architecture Semantic IoT Service-platform project: Developing code for the oneM2M-based IoT server platform. It consists of protocol binding, controller & resource handling and database layer for flexibility.
- OCEAN, open alliance for IoT standard, Open source implementations for oneM2M server/gateway/device platforms and applications are supported. Also, developer tools including platform resouce broswer, self-conformance testing tool are provided. The oneM2M implmentations for open hardwares like Raspberry Pi, Arduino are distributed to help oneM2M product development.
- OM2M, hosted by the Eclipse Foundation and part of Eclipse’s IoT Working Group: Offers a flexible oneM2M-based platform to implement horizontal M2M servers, gateways, and devices. It brings forward a modular architecture, running on top of an OSGi container, which is highly extensible via plug-ins.
- OpenMTC is a integration middleware based on the oneM2M standard, for conducting applied research and developing innovative M2M and IoT applications. Its horizontal service approach easily integrates devices from different Industrial IoT verticals, independent of the underlying hardware or network infrastructure.
It's recommended to also consult the oneM2M website page on Intellectual Property Rights, for details of the IPR policies which might apply.