Smart Cities – A sustainable approach with oneM2M
For any sufficiently large deployment, especially for a sustainable Smart City, a major concern is going to be the cost of the system. The cost to design the Smart City, the cost to develop the Smart City and the cost to operate the Smart City. By using a proprietary framework as the basis of such a large endeavor you are almost certainly making cost a variable that you have very little control of – this is known as vendor lock-in. Vendor lock-in can be mitigated by using a standard based framework like oneM2M, that simplifies implementation complexity for devices and applications, which is what we are here to talk about today.