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ETSI - TR 103 535

SmartM2M; Guidelines for using semantic interoperability in the industry

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 October 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 47
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Context for the present document

The design, development and deployment of - potentially large - IoT systems require to address a number of topics - such as privacy, interoperability or privacy - that are related and should be treated in a concerted manner. In this context, several Technical Reports have been developed that each address a specific facet of IoT systems.

In order to provide a global a coherent view of all the topics addressed, a common approach has been outlined across the Technical Reports concerned with the objective to ensure that the requirements and specificities of the IoT systems are properly addressed and that the overall results are coherent and complementary.

The present document has been built with this common approach also applied in all of the other documents listed below:

• ETSI TR 103 533 [i.1]

• ETSI TR 103 534 [i.2]

• ETSI TR 103 536 [i.3]

• ETSI TR 103 537 [i.4]

• ETSI TR 103 591 [i.5]

Scope of the present document

Major efforts are on-going in the IoT community regarding the development of semantic interoperability for IoT. This progress has been notably accomplished by the involvement from academic players. However, semantic in IoT is complex, often misunderstood and its benefits are not well perceived by the industrial players.

The main objective of the present document is to push semantic interoperability in IoT forward in raising awareness about its importance in industry in order to unlock the potential economic value of IoT. A major focus is on the development of guidelines on how to use semantic interoperability in the industry.

Document History

TR 103 535
October 1, 2019
SmartM2M; Guidelines for using semantic interoperability in the industry
Context for the present document The design, development and deployment of - potentially large - IoT systems require to address a number of topics - such as privacy, interoperability or privacy -...

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