Machine-to-Machine Training | M2M Training

Machine-to-Machine Training | M2M Training

Introduction:

Machine-to-Machine Training | M2M Training delivered at Your Location Worldwide

What is Machine-to-Machine or M2M?

Machine-to-Machine connects machines, devices and appliances wirelessly. M2M makes machines intelligent and open up a range of possibilities for enterprises and consumers.

Machine-to-Machine communications is the exchange of data between machines, a remote machine and a back-end IT infrastructure. The transfer of data can be done two-way both uplink and downlink.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Machine-to-Machine Training | M2M TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 4 days

Objectives:

Automotive
Consumer Electronics
Consumer Goods
Energy & Utilities
Financial Services
Healthcare Services
Manufacturing
Public Services
Security and Monitoring
Transport & Logistics

Course Content:

Part 1: Overview of M2M

Overview of M2M Applications, Services and Architecture
M2M Definitions
Overview of Embedded systems used in M2
Overview of M2M IT Backend Systems
M2M vs. IoT
Machine-to-Machine Communications for Home
Energy Management System in Smart Grid
Smart Grid Solutions
Distributed Energy Resources
Generation
Renewable
Distribution
Utilities
Data Concentrator
Aggregators: WAN, NAN, HAN
Energy Gateway
Neighborhood area network (NAN)
Home area network (HAN)
Machine-to-Machine Communications for Home
Energy Management System in Smart Grid
Home energy management system (HEMS) in smart grid
Lab 1: Develop a M2M business case

Part 2: M2M and Networking/Mobility Curriculum

Machine-to-Machine communications
RF and wireless fundamentals
Overview of wireless communications systems: RFID, Near Field Communications (NFC), ZigBee, Bluetooth, WiFi, WiMAX, Satellite Communications, VSAT and Cellular
Details of Cellular Networks: GSM, C2K EV-DO, UMTS/HSPA/HSPA+, LTE, LTE-Advanced
Core IP networking and M2M

Part 3: M2M service layer, APIs and protocols overview

Overview of M2M protocols
Component based M2M reference model
M2M service layer
M2M Platforms
Reference points of the M2M service layer
APIs and protocols for M2M
ITU-T’s M2M API overview
Design approach for M2M service layer APIs
Other APIs and protocols for M2M service layer
M2M protocol structure and stacks

Part 4: M2M Architecture and Vertical Case Studies

M2M protocols
What is SmartM2M?
Interoperability Test Specification for ETSI M2M
ETSI’s mIa, dIa and mId interfaces
Interworking between the M2M Architecture and M2M Area Network technologies
M2M Functional architecture
Interoperability Test Specification for CoAP Binding of ETSI M2M Primitives
Machine to Machine communications (M2M); Use cases of Automotive Applications in M2M capable networks
BBF TR-069 compatible Management Objects for ETSI M2M
OMA DM compatible Management Objects for ETSI M2M
Applicability of M2M architecture to Smart Grid Networks; Impact of Smart Grids on M2M platform
Machine to Machine (M2M); Threat analysis and counter measures to M2M service layer
Smart Metering Use Cases
ETSI Use Cases of M2M applications for eHealth
ETSI Use Cases of M2M applications for Connected Consumer

Part 5: M2M Project Management, Operation

M2M project requirements
M2M solution design and development
M2M implementation
M2M operations and management
M2M SLA
M2M OSS/BSS
Network fault reporting and escalation

Part 6: M2M Security

M2M security
Security and trust for M2M communications
M2m security framework
M2M security measures
Passive, reactive and active security measures for wireless M2M solutions.
M2M access and core security
M2M security protocols and architecture
Engineering of end-to-end security architecture
Embedded MIMs (Machine Identification Modules)
Attacks on our connected machines
Security threats for M2M
Example of security vulnerabilities
Physical attacks
Compromise of Credentials comprising brute force
Attacks on tokens and (weak) authentication algorithms
Physical intrusion
Side-channel attacks
Malicious cloning of authentication tokens
Attacks on Machine Communication Identity Module (MCIM)
Configuration Attacks such as fraudulent software update/configuration changes
Protocol attacks on the device
man-in-the-middle attacks upon first network access
Denial-of-service (DoS) attacks
Attacks on the access and core networks
traffic tunneling between impersonated devices
mis-configuration of the firewall in the modem/router/gateways
DoS attacks against the core network
Attacks on the radio access network, using a rogue device.
User Data and Identity Privacy Attacks i
Eavesdropping on wireless access networks
Eavesdropping on BLE, ZigBee
Eavesdropping on GSM. GPRS, UTRAN or EUTRAN
Introduction of Trusted Environment
Requirements, Functionality and Interfaces

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