Sharing latest news from the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation – AIOTI

Sharing latest news from the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation – AIOTI

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As announced yesterday, Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) published twelve new reports. The reports include recommendations for future collaborative work in the Internet of Things Focus Area in Horizon 2020.

The reports published by AIOTI covers the main focus areas of the Internet of Things (IoT) Work Program 2016-2017. Eleven working groups (WGs), who have worked intensively together for the last six months, elaborated the reports. The working groups encompassed industry high level experts, innovators, end-users, law experts and representatives of societal challenges.

The Chair of the WG3 and Senior Research Officer at the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), Mr. Patrick Guillemin, remarks that:

“the work of AIOTI working group on IoT Standardisation is seen as a reference for the AIOTI Working Groups in order to address the interoperability issues and to recommend the use of standard-based solutions for the deployment of IoT solutions. We have been talking to SDOs and Alliances about collaborations and interworking as a means to reduce fragmentation. What AOITI brings to all this is a dramatic acceleration of the pace of discussion.”

The release of the Reports constitutes the completion of the starting phase of AIOTI activities. During this phase the EC invited the Alliance to take stock on past and current research and innovation achievements and to propose recommendations for future collaborative work in the context of the context of the Internet of Things Focus Area in Horizon 2020.

More information about the AIOTI here: http://bit.ly/1Ahx4Jn

Download all the AIOTI Reports here: http://bit.ly/1GtzJ5I

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