Eclipse OM2M now hosts Orange plugins to access EnOcean and Philips Hue devices through oneM2M standard APIs

Orange has just pushed another contribution to Eclipse OM2M open source project, which is one of the first open source implementation of oneM2M standard architecture in the world. Orange considers Eclipse OM2M as a key project from the overall eclipse IoT program in the open source initiatives of the Internet of Things.

Orange previous contribution to Eclipse OM2M enabled OM2M to implement Java modularity best practices and a better portability on OSGi standard platforms. This new contribution enables IoT application developers to access EnOcean and Philips Hue devices from their oneM2M applications using OM2M. The code is now available and maintained on Eclipse OM2M git repository under Eclipse public license.