TestFests - Workshops

OMA celebrates TestFest events with the aim to verify the consistency of OMA Technical Specifications. Learn more about OMA TestFest events here.


LwM2M TestFest Events

Note: Please see GitHub Issues for any problems reported at the TestFest Events listed below.

You can find the reports raised during the event by searching the event days.

TF Event Host Location Dates Results Product Listing
SVE-40 OMA Virtual Nov 2023 v1.0
Product Listing Webpage
VTF-39 OMA Virtual Mar/Apr 2021 v1.0
Product Listing Webpage
VTF-38 OMA Virtual Apr 2020 v1.1 Product Listing Webpage
TF-37 TTA South Korea Oct 2019 v1.0
Product Listing Webpage
TF-36 TTA South Korea Jul 2018 v1.0 Product Listing Webpage
TF-35 AVSystem Warsaw Nov 2017 v1.0 Product Listing Webpage
TF-34 SmithMicro Pittsburgh May 2017 v1.0 Product Listing Webpage
TF-33 OMA Singapore Oct 2016 v1.0 Product Listing Webpage
TF-32 OMA San Diego Jan 2016 v1.0 Product Listing Webpage
TF-31 Vodafone Düsseldorf Jan 2015 v1.0 Product Listing Webpage

LwM2M Workshops


May 2016 - Edinburgh

See more information on the MeetUp page.

During this Workshop on Friday, May 06, field engineer Hannes Tschofenig, Senior Principal Engineer at ARM, will show you how to use the LwM2M protocol on FRMDM-K64F boards, designed by NXP in collaboration with mbed, to connect to the mbed cloud service (formally known mbed Connector) and to the Leshan server.

See more here: http://developer.mbed.org/platforms/FRDM-K64F/


The Freedom-K64F is an ultra-low-cost development platform for Kinetis K64, K63, and K24 MCUs.


The Flagship FRDM-K64F has been designed by NXP in collaboration with mbed for prototyping all sorts of devices, especially those requiring optimized size and price points. The board is well sized for connected applications, thanks to its power efficient Kinetis K64F MCU featuring an ARM® Cortex®-M4 core running up to 120MHz and embedding 1024KB Flash, 256KB RAM and lots of peripherals (16-bit ADCs, DAC, Timers) and interfaces (Ethernet, USB Device Crystal-less and Serial). The Kinetis K64 MCU family remains fully software, hardware and development tool compatibility with Kinetis MCU and Freedom board families. It is packaged as a development board including extension headers compatible with Arduino R3 shields and includes a built-in USB Debug and Flash Programmer.


9:00-9:15 Check-In
9:15-9:30 Opening Remarks and Brief Overview of LWM2M


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9:30-10:30 Demo of the Arduino Yun by HOP Ubiquitous

We will demo OMA LwM2M protocol using an Arduino-Yun board

We will show step by step how to install the LwM2M Client in an Arduino Yun board and then open a connection to the Leshan Server to manipulate some basic sensors

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10:30-10:45 Demo of the LwM2M Editor Tool and DevKit

We will also demo how to use the LwM2M Editor Tool to create Objects & Resources and how to register them with OMA

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10:45-11:00 Break / Hand out FRDM-K64F Boards
11:00-15:00 NXP FRDM-K64F Platform with ARM mbed demo

A causal lunch will be provided and attendees will be able to eat lunch as they like any time between 11:30 and 13:00

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FRDMK64FUG.pdf datasheet

fxos8700cq_ds_rev6.pdf datasheet


Get more information on this Workshop here

Jan 2016, San Diego

OMA has partnered with the following platform vendors:

  • Arduino
  • Sierra Wireless

Who will hand out free hardware platforms at workshop? This is one day-free event where these companies will guide the attendees step by step on how:

  • to install an OMA LwM2M Client in one of their platforms,
  • open a connection with the OMA LwM2M Server
  • And read and manipulate the sensor values exposed by the OMA LwM2M Client

Who Should Attend:


In the market there are several platforms that can host and support OMA LwM2M protocol. At the workshop you will learn how to install the software in one of these platforms, expose sensor information to a Server running in a sandbox and create your own set of sensors and values.


Eclipse Foundation is developing two LwM2M projects:

  • Wakaama – C language

  • Leshan – Java

You can contribute and enhance these projects or construct your own applications and services around this protocol.

Robotic Enthusiasts

OMA LwM2M protocol can be used in a wide range of situations, where you need to expose sensor values to a cloud server. The protocol will allow you to establish the communication to read, write and execute functions in the Client.


9:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-9:45 Agenda & Introductions Presentation
9:45-10:30 Hands-on LightweightM2M Presentation

Presentation - Hands-on Yun

Presentation - Hands-on MangOH

10:30-12:00 Arduino Yun Presentation
12:00-12:30 Lunch Break
12:30-14:00 Sierra Wireless MangOH Presentation

Presentation - Eclipse Leshan

14:00-14:45 Adhoc testing & questions
14:45-15:00 Wrap-up

Jan 2015, Dusseldorf

This event took place at the Vodafone Innovation Park, Dusseldorf, Germany, from 26th to 29th January 2015. The Event was organized by OMA and supported by Vodafone, Eclipse Foundation and IPSO Alliance.

OMA LwM2M Developer ToolKit

OMA LwM2M Developer ToolKit.

The material presented during the Workshop can be found below:



  • A video for each speaker can be found in the OMA Event pages.

LwM2M Seminars

Jan 2016, San Diego

OMA IoT Seminar jointly presented by oneM2M

TITLE: Bridging the Gap between Standards and Developers in the IoT Space

January 21, 2016

The material presented during the Workshop can be found below:


  • Dr. Omar Elloumi Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs (ATIS), Technical Plenary Chair

Presentation Title: “oneM2M interworking and semantics framework”

[Click here to download the slides](http://www.slideshare.net/OpenMobileAlliance/iot-seminar-jan-2016-1-dr-omar-elloumi-onem2m-interworking-and-semanitcs-framework)

  • Nicolas Damour Senior Manager, Business and Innovation Development, Sierra Wireless

Presentation Title: “Close Encounters of the Seventh Kind”

[Click here to download the slides](http://www.slideshare.net/OpenMobileAlliance/iot-seminar-jan-2016-2-nicolas-damour-close-encounters-of-the-seventh-kind)

  • Benjamin Cabé IoT Evangelist, Eclipse Foundation

Presentation title: “Building an Open Internet of Things, the Eclipse way”

[Click here to download the slides](http://www.slideshare.net/OpenMobileAlliance/iot-seminar-jan-2016-3-benjamin-cab-building-an-open-internet-of-things-the-eclipse-way)

  • Friedhelm Rodermund IoT Consultant, Vodafone

Presentation Title: “LWM2M and LPWA”

[Click here to download the slides](http://www.slideshare.net/OpenMobileAlliance/iot-seminar-jan-2016-4-friedhelm-rodermund-lwm2m-and-lpwa)

  • Dr. Antonio J. Jara Founder, HOP Ubiquitous

Presentation Title: “OMA LwM2M + OMA GotAPI: The mobile opportunity for the consumer IoT”

[Click here to download the slides](http://www.slideshare.net/OpenMobileAlliance/iot-seminar-jan-2016-5-dr-antonio-jara-oma-lwm2m-oma-gotapi-the-mobile-opportunity-for-the-consumer-iot)

  • Sunil Marolia VP Product Management, Smith Micro

Presentation title: “Taming the IoT Beast, One Managed Object at a Time”

[Click here to download the slides](http://www.slideshare.net/OpenMobileAlliance/iot-seminar-jan-2016-6-sunil-marolia-taming-the-iot-beast-one-managed-object-at-a-time)

  • Joaquin Prado Director of Technical Programs, Open Mobile Alliance

Presentation Title: “LwM2M Developer Toolkit”

[Click here to download the slides](http://www.slideshare.net/OpenMobileAlliance/iot-seminar-jan-2016-7-joaquin-prado-oma-developer-toolkit)

  • Amit Shah VP, IOT R&D Company, Alcatel-Lucent

Presentation Title: “Certifying, Securing and Managing things”

[Click here to download the slides](http://www.slideshare.net/OpenMobileAlliance/iot-seminar-jan-2016-8-amit-shah-certifying-security-and-managing-things)

  • Kenneth Lowe Solution Sales Manager, Gemalto M2M Division

Presentation title: “Fast track your LWM2M development with Gemalto tools”

[Click here to download the slides](http://www.slideshare.net/OpenMobileAlliance/iot-seminar-jan-2016-9-kenneth-lowe-fast-track-your-lwm2m-development-with-gemalto-tools)


  • The recorded webinar of this event event can be found in the OMA Event pages.
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