"EU-China Joint White Paper on Internet-of- Things Identification"

March 1, 2016

This paper is a joint effort of IoT experts under the support of EU-China IoT Advisory Group, towards documenting the state-of-the-art on IoT Identification technologies in EU and China, as well as towards providing an outlook for future developments. As a first step the document defines the scope of IoT identification and introduces relevant concepts and mechanisms, including IoT ID Naming, Addressing and Discovery. Accordingly, the development and deployment status of prominent IoT identification technologies in EU and China is reviewed.

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