The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC™), an organisation that transforms business and society by accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), announced the Digital Solar Plant testbed.
The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), the organisation transforming business and society by accelerating the adoption of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and oneM2M, the global IoT standards initiative, announced they have agreed to work together to contribute to the creation and development of the Industrial Internet.
At Huawei Connect 2017, Huawei and the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) unveiled the ‘IIC-Huawei Ecosystem OpenLab’, announcing that through deep cooperation, both parties will promote the development of an industrial Internet ecosystem.
Technology companies from around the world gathered to advance adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) through increased industry co-operation, as the global IoT standards initiative oneM2M held its second successful Industry Day on Wednesday, July 13 in Memphis, TN.
Kings Hill, UK. February 25, 2017 – IoT Global Network (www.iotglobalnetwork.com), the market-leading platform that enables businesses worldwide to create new Internet of Things (IoT) services, has appointed a panel of leading industry figures as its Ambassadors.
Florida event will provide insight and knowledge as well as a roadmap to reaping the rewards presented by Industrial Internet of Things.
Norwalk, CT—October 18, 2016— TMC and Crossfire Media announced a partnership with the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and Object Management Group (OMG) partner to launch the Industrial IoT Conference as a part of IoT Evolution Conference [...]
There was more than a hint of irony when Professor Dr. Axel Sikora from the Institute of Reliable Embedded Systems & Communications Electronics at Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, spoke at the start of the M2M Summit 2016 on standardisation of the Internet of Things (IoT).
To illustrate the work already being done, Part 2 of this IoT standards article lists five groups that are working to make it easier for M2M applications and devices from different vendors to discover and communicate over diverse networks.