Advancing the Industrial Internet of Things

| December 6, 2019

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This white paper demonstrates how two leading organizations in the Internet of Things (IoT) can work together towards a common purpose of a robust, interoperable, flexible and efficient Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). We first introduce the two organizations, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and oneM2MTM, then illustrate their technical approach to IoT solutions, demonstrating how both organizations’ thought leaders envision the growth of IoT through collaboration.

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In 2013 smartphones and tablets users downloaded more than 100Bn Apps for a total bill of almost $60 Billion. By 2020, the number of connected objects will reach or exceed 50Bn units. In our view, personal devices will be at the center of the IoT revolution, representing the easiest way to experience the world and the preferential development platform. Therefore, we believe that a large part of future App will be connected Apps, requiring access to the physical objects and a reference platform. Nowadays, existing objects are often digitally mute or internally speak all sorts of languages. Current solutions force developers to learn detailed proprietary protocols to manage only one objects at a time. For this reason, there is no simple way to create applications spanning several heterogeneous objects, whether new or existing ones, and therefore there are no basis for the creation of a solid IoT community.

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