ATIS unveils its Open Source Internet of Things (OS-IoT) software library, which it claims will help IoT app developers easily connect their products to the open, interoperable oneM2M ecosystem. The global oneM2M standard defines a common, interoperable, platform for IoT systems, providing application-independent building blocks that fulfill the core tasks of data collection, management and distribution needed by IoT solutions. The OS-IoT library is seen as a critical resource in helping to boost oneM2M adoption for smart devices and other embedded applications.
The OS-IoT library provides device-side, i.e. Application Entity in oneM2M terminology, support for fundamental oneM2M defined functions. It provides support for the oneM2M network and protocol functions allowing application developers to interact with the system over a resource-oriented API. Using the library application, developers reduce the effort needed to support IoT devices that hook in to the oneM2M ecosystem. Instead of having to deal with network and protocol application developers are freed to focus on the unique, value-added, aspects of their application. For more details, contact ATIS.