The IoT (Internet of Things) might be a revolution for the industry and for our daily life, with the promise of Smart services for Building, Home, City, Transport, Factory, etc. Orange is already a strong actor in IoT domain with 14,8 millions of objects and 330 millions of data per minute managed by the company.

IoT brings strong interoperability challenges between the different ecosystems of connected objects (OMA LWM2M, LoRa, Zigbee, etc.), the different verticals (Building, City, Factory, etc.) and the different service providers and players.

Openness is key in IoT landscape for ensuring interoperability. Open source is an important driver for faster innovation, faster development cycles. When associated with standards, open source can help in accelerating its emergence and adoption.

Orange contributions in the area of IoT include the collaboration with FIWARE and Eclipse Foundation (Orange is member of Eclipse IoT Working Group).

See what’s new:

  1. LiveObjectsHelper is a repository for resources available at the Orange Live Objects channel on Youtube, which give insight, on how to use powerful extended futures of LiveObjects. Available at GitHub, and distributed under BSD-3-Clause.

  2. IOT Map Component is a Map component, that can be integrated in any computer or mobile web application developed in Angular or REACT, which provides Orange branded design and User eXperience. This component, even if not integrated yet in the boosted/ng-boosted library, is very similar in objectives and constructions, and is intended to join, in […]


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  3. Botenv generates Mirai-like IoT botnet traffic in a virtual environment. Botenv allows to deploy the building blocks of a Mirai-like botnet in a local, virtual environment, and allows to change the topology of the deployed botnet, its configuration, and generate traffic that can be used for later studies of botnet activity. Available at .


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  4. A low-impact internal latency measurement tool for OpenAirInterface 5G should provide low latency transmissions for new services (e.g. Industry 4.0). The measurement of such latencies inside the access network is a challenge for which LatSeq is designed. LatSeq is an open-source tool for fine-grained analysis of latency inside the OpenAirInterface base station. This tool is […]

  5. Fiware is an Open Source platform and Orion is its broker component that handles NGSI entities and subscriptions. Orion is heavily used inside the PIXEL europen project and widely used to collect data from IoT and so on. python-orion-client is a Fiware Orion API Python client implementation. It comes along with helpers to handle NGSI […]

  6. The IoT SAFE APDU library is the first, partial, open source implementation of the GSMA IoT SAFE standard written in plain C. It enables the use of the (e)SIM as a keystore. By plugging this library to a TLS (or DTLS) library, such as mbedTLS or ArduinoBearSSL, it allows the user to implement the first […]

  7. The seventh edition of Eclipse IoT Day Grenoble took place on February 14th, with an agenda focused on IoT (Internet of Things), Edge Computing and the Eclipse Foundation. Orange has strongly participated to the event by being part of the selection committee, sponsoring the conference and presenting two speeches: Heterogeneous Device Management with Eclipse OM2M […]

  8. OpTISAM is a tool for real-time and dynamic usage measurement and compliance verification, from classical architectures (standalone servers, laptops) to cloud/IoT environments. It optimizes the deployment of proprietary software (under its own license), based on predefined and adjustable scenarios. Visit OpTIMSAM repositories on GitHub: optisam-backend, optisam-ui. The code is published under Apache 2.0 license.

  9. LiveBooster is a library that helps developers make easy use of the Live Objects platform via an MQTT connection. Live Objects belongs to Orange Datavenue Service Suite – a software suite for IoT / M2M solution integrators offering a set of tools to facilitate the interconnection between devices or connected “things” and business applications. Find […]

  10. Paris Open Source Summit, the annual meeting of European open source, was held on December 5th and 6th at the Pullman Docks in Paris for the 4th consecutive year in a row. This fantastic edition gathered around 5500 experts and amateurs around the theme: the place of open source and French actors in the digital […]