M2M service provision including an app

Use case 1 and its variations can be initiated by a Human Service Consumer through an app. In such case, the Machine Service Consumer acts as a proxy between the Human Service Consumer and the Service Provider's machine.


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Service Provider

Entitled Party

Authorization Reg

Use case variation



Legal relations

Use case interaction


As to use case 1, it is prerequisite of this use case that:

  • The Service Provider has and manages its own entitlement information indicating what Entitled Parties are entitled to what (parts of) services*;

  • The Service Consumer is able to authenticate the Service Provider;

  • The Service Provider is able to authenticate the Service Consumer.

  • In this use case the Entitled Party is also the Service Consumer.

*The Service Provider can outsource this function to a third party

The use case consists of the following steps:

  • The Human Service Consumer uses an app to request a service at the Machine Service Consumer - the Human Service Consumer's identity is included in the request;

  • The request is mapped to a service request;

  1. The Machine Service Consumer requests a service from the Service Provider;

  2. The Service Provider authenticates the Machine Service Consumer and validates the iSHARE adherence of the Service Consumer;

  3. The Service Provider authorizes the Machine Service Consumer of the Service Consumer based on the entitlement information registered with the Service Provider;

  4. The Service Provider executes the requested service;

  5. The Service Provider provides the service result to the Machine Service Consumer;

  • The Human Service Consumer accesses the result through app.

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