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Seconded European Standardization Expert in India

India m2m forum 2014, 14th February 2014

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SESEI was invited to participate as a speaker in the panel discussion/session on ‘Standards Development for M2M’ during the event of India M2M Forum 2014 as organized by http://m2mpaper.com/

This event gave an opportunity to present before the gathering “Importance of standards in M2M” and the need to have globally harmonized open standards in M2M.

SESEI discussed and presented the latest standardization work being developed at ETSI, and in the oneM2M partnership project. SESEI also urged the Indian standardization community and Ministry to join OneM2M as soon as possible for actively participate in this global M2M development initiative. SESEI will continue to work towards spreading information and awareness on ETSI’s M2M standards.

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