Through ATIS, your company can be part of a major global initiative that is helping to unlock the potential of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology and the Internet of Things (IoT).

oneM2M is the global standards initiative where the technical specifications for a common M2M Service layer are being developed. Through membership in ATIS your company is eligible to participate in oneM2M. Gain a place at the table where important decisions are being made that will affect the M2M marketplace.

Apply to be an ATIS oneM2M Member today.

Being part of oneM2M is strategic. The M2M market—and your company’s business objectives within it—will not excel without significant consolidation and economies of scale that standardization brings.

oneM2M is creating a single horizontal platform for the exchange and sharing of data among all applications. It is also creating a distributed software layer—similar to an operating system—which is facilitating that unification by providing a framework for interworking with different technologies.

ATIS sees oneM2M as the interoperability enabler for the entire M2M and IoT ecosystem.

IoT brings together previously disparate strands from technology and different industries. The challenge is that there are common requirements for connectivity, security and data handling that cut across all businesses. However, IoT also must allow for sector-specific applications and solutions. Convergence of telecoms, IT and consumer electronics, along with software, applications and data handling is required. Collaboration is not only necessary, it is essential.

To learn more about how oneM2M is enabling critical collaboration to advance M2M and IoT:

ATIS is a oneM2M founding Partner. The current membership of oneM2M includes eight standards bodies (ARIB (Japan), ATIS (North America), CCSA (China), ETSI (Europe), TIA (America), TSDSI (India), TTA (Korea), and TTC (Japan); five global information and communications technology (ICT) fora; and more than 200 companies, many of which are in the telecoms and IT industries, but increasingly companies and organizations from other industrial sectors are joining the initiative.