Taipei, Taiwan. 19 June 2017: IoT interoperability and standardisation has advanced significantly in Taiwan after oneM2M, the global standards initiative for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), held its fourth interoperability testing event in Taipei.
Interop 4 gave organisations implementing oneM2M standards the opportunity to check end-to-end functionality via oneM2M interfaces and validate interoperability, with a total of 13 companies taking part. A conference held the day before the event featured presentations from leading companies and members of oneM2M’s leadership team to promote oneM2M to Taiwanese businesses in the IoT sector.
The event was held as the Asian Silicon Valley Development Agency (ASVDA) works to transform and upgrade Taiwan’s industrial infrastructure with IoT technology. It aims to have a five percent stake in the global IoT market by 2025.
“Taiwan is looking to become a major player in the IoT and Interop 4 helped drive this goal by giving organisations in the country and the wider Asia region the opportunity to test and improve their deployments,” said JaeSeung Song, Associate Professor at Sejong University and Test Working Group Chair at oneM2M. “Interop 4 was our second interoperability event of the year and its success highlights the continuous growth of oneM2M’s standards.”