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Eclipse IoT
Eclipse IoT
Canada | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
Eclipse IoT provides a set of services and frameworks that application developers can use for building M2M and IoT applications. These services will enable features such as device management, wired/wireless communication, and vertical solutions.The Eclipse IoT Working Group is a collaboration of industry and academic partners who are building a set of open source technology that will be the foundation for the Internet of Things (IoT). The focus of the collaboration is on building:1) open source implementations of IoT standards and protocols, 2) open source frameworks and services that will be used by IoT solutions, and 3) tools for IoT developers. The iot.eclipse.org web site is intended to be the source of information for people who want to use the Eclipse IoT technology.
ERTICO-ITS
ERTICO-ITS
European Union | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
ERTICO - ITS Europe is a partnership of around 100 companies and institutions involved in the production of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). Together, ERTICO Partners conduct a range of activities to develop and deploy ITS to save lives, protect the environment and sustain mobility in the most cost-effective way.
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
France | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) is an independent, not-for-profit, standardization organization in the telecommunications industry (equipment makers and network operators) in Europe. ETSI produces globally-applicable standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), including fixed, mobile, radio, converged, broadcast and internet technologies.We have a special role in Europe. This includes supporting European regulations and legislation through the creation of Harmonised European Standards. Only standards developed by the three ESOs (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI) are recognized as European Standards (ENs).We produce different types of standards to meet the different needs of business and society. These needs include:- facilitating trade- enabling economies and efficiencies- achieving interoperability- enhancing consumer protection and confidenceThe progress of innovation requires a balance between collaboration and competition. Standards provide a foundation to achieve this balance and help enable new technologies. We therefore maintain close links with the R&D community and academia and we support the development of new technologies through a variety of mechanisms.
Home Gateway Initiative (HGI)
Home Gateway Initiative (HGI)
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The Home Gateway Initiative (HGI) is nonprofit trade organization to discuss the key specifications and standards of residential gateways, also known as home gateways.Te HGI, founded by leading broadband service providers in Europe and Asia, with the participation of leading vendors of digital home equipment, silicon, software, and services, has been the key industry alliance setting requirements for Home Gateways and the Smart Home. Starting from use cases and services, HGI set requirements for Home Gateways, Home Networks, and the Smart Home, developed test specifications, test programs, test tools, and open source software, and assisted its members in addressing the broadband home market. HGI worked from April 2005 to June 30, 2016. The HGI’s work took place in quarterly face-face meetings, and teleconferences, starting in Paris in 2005 until the final meeting in Venice in March, 2016.
IoT M2M Council (IMC)
IoT M2M Council (IMC)
United Kingdom | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The IMC is comprised of companies providing solutions from all parts of the global Iot/M2M ecosystem as Sustaining Members. The organisation has brought together large-scale connectivity providers, more dedicated network operators, systems integrators, equipment manufacturers, and chipware maker giants.IMC Adopter Members are qualified individuals that deploy IoT/M2M technology at companies as diverse as Fedex, Hyundai, Siemens Medical, Tata Group, Saudi Aramco, and the US Department of Defense. As of this writing, the IMC can claim to be the largest and fastest-growing IoT/M2M organisation in the world, with over 25,000 Adopter Members on four continents, and growing at a rate of 300 Adopters per week.Says IMC Chairman Emeritus and Board Director at KORE Wireless, Alex Brisbourne, “The IMC serves a critical role in the IoT/M2M ecosystem. Never before has a group of M2M professionals spanning these disparate markets been assembled.” 
M2M Alliance
M2M Alliance
Germany | Association / Alliance
M2M applications are finding use in more and more industries and fields. It is therefore important to join forces and create uniform structures. As the largest association for the machine-to-machine sector, the M2M Alliance is considered the platform and voice for providers and users of M2M solutions. The M2M Alliance represents the interests of the M2M industry by creating better general conditions for attractive and lucrative M2M solutions through the constant interaction among industry, R&D and policy makers. The promotion of uniform and cross-industry standards forms an important cornerstone for creating a future-proof foundation for new products and innovations. As an independent industry association the M2M Alliance supports its members in the growing M2M market as an ideal partner in the fields of hardware, software, integration and consulting.With the M2M Summit, the M2M Alliance offers its members a unique platform to exchange ideas with each other, and to present themselves to market leaders and expert visitors from around the world. Workshops and developer forums will give participants the opportunity to learn about the latest developments while also building contacts for generating new product and business ideas. Through their active participation in the M2M Summit, members are able to purposefully manage the public perception of their products and solutions.In order to promote sustainable ideas and developments in the field of machine-to-machine communication, each year the M2M Alliance presents the M2M Best Practice Award. This award is aimed at users of M2M solutions or components, as well as universities and research institutions. The practical applications of M2M technologies are further developed through the recognition of successful or promising developments. The M2M Best Practice Award is presented in the categories of "Advantage" and "Innovation".M2M Alliance members are informed about the latest developments and important changes in all relevant sectors through the M2M Journal, a newsletter and an internet presence. The M2M Alliance also supports its members through targeted public relations in order to promote a better understanding and greater acceptance of M2M solutions. The target groups for this are primarily decision makers and opinion leaders in business, research and the political arena. Due to the increasing importance of M2M in the daily lives of millions of people, the demands of the consumer will play an increasingly important role.
OASIS Consortium (OASIS)
OASIS Consortium (OASIS)
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
OASIS is a nonprofit consortium that drives the development, convergence and adoption of open standards for the global information society.OASIS promotes industry consensus and produces worldwide standards for security, Internet of Things, cloud computing, energy, content technologies, emergency management, and other areas. OASIS open standards offer the potential to lower cost, stimulate innovation, grow global markets, and protect the right of free choice of technology.OASIS members broadly represent the marketplace of public and private sector technology leaders, users and influencers. The consortium has more than 5,000 participants representing over 600 organizations and individual members in more than 65 countries.OASIS is distinguished by its transparent governance and operating procedures. Members themselves set the OASIS technical agenda, using a lightweight process expressly designed to promote industry consensus and unite disparate efforts. Completed work is ratified by open ballot. Governance is accountable and unrestricted. OASIS was founded under the name "SGML Open" in 1993. It began as a consortium of vendors and users devoted to developing guidelines for interoperability among products that support the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML). The consortium changed its name to "OASIS" (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) in 1998 to reflect an expanded scope of technical work.
oneM2M
oneM2M
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
oneM2M's architecture and standards for M2M communications are designed to be applied in many different industries, and take account of input and requirements from any sector.The purpose and goal of oneM2M is to develop technical specifications which address the need for a common M2M Service Layer that can be readily embedded within various hardware and software, and relied upon to connect the myriad of devices in the field with M2M application servers worldwide. A critical objective of oneM2M is to attract and actively involve organizations from M2M-related business domains such as: telematics and intelligent transportation, healthcare, utilities, industrial automation, smart homes, etc. Initially, oneM2M shall prepare, approve and maintain the necessary set of Technical Specifications and Technical Reports for:- Use cases and requirements for a common set of Service Layer capabilities;- Service Layer aspects with high level and detailed service architecture, in light of an access independent view of end-to-end services;- Protocols/APIs/standard objects based on this architecture (open interfaces & protocols);- Security and privacy aspects (authentication, encryption, integrity verification);- Reachability and discovery of applications;- Interoperability, including test and conformance specifications;- Collection of data for charging records (to be used for billing and statistical purposes);- Identification and naming of devices and applications;- Information models and data management (including store and subscribe/notify functionality);- Management aspects (including remote management of entities); and- Common use cases, terminal/module aspects, including Service Layer interfaces/APIs
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