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Conference on ‘Smart Infrastructure: Supporting Policies and Regulations for M2M Communications’ held on 12/5/2015

Department of Telecommunications (DoT) hosted a one-day national conference on ‘Smart Infrastructure: Supporting Policies and Regulations for M2M Communications’ on 12th May, 2015 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. The conference was attended by multiple Central & State Governments, private sector, service providers, M2M stake holders, technical community, academia, civil society groups, media etc. Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad, Hon’ble Minister for Communications & IT, Government of India inaugurated the conference.

SESEI has been an active members of the TEC and TSDSI M2M Working Groups and also contributed towards the ‘National Telecom M2M Roadmap’ paper prepared by Department of Telecommunications, Government of India. SESEI was also instrumental in setting up many meetings between Mr. Joachim Koss, Margot Dor representing ETSI and DoT during the preparation of the M2M paper. The main points highlighted during the conferences were;

  1. Government recognizes the futuristic role of M2M and IPv6 to facilitate the role of new technologies in furthering public welfare and many initiatives have been taken in India towards M2M and IPV6
  2. ‘National Telecom M2M Roadmap’ has been prepared by DoT to put together various standards, policy & regulatory requirements and approach for the industry on how to look forward for M2M.
  3. The Roadmap focusses on open, scalable and interoperable M2M deployments so that various components can be reused bringing efficiency and economy in overall deployment. In addition, IPv6 based applications/ solutions can bring significant value addition in different sectors of the economy.
  4. ‘Compendium on IPv6 Based Solutions/ Architecture/ Case Studies for Different Industry Verticals’ formulated by DoT, to serve as a reference document was released in the conference.

During the event TEC also released Technical Reports on Automotive, Health, Power, and Architecture. SESEI worked very closely with all of these Working Groups at TEC while finalizing these reports. Updates on behalf of ETSI and oneM2M were shared and included as part of these reports.

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