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Hsinchu Science Park
Hsinchu Science Park
Taiwan | Technology Park
The Ministry of Science and Technology set up the Hsinchu Science Park (HSP), the first establishment of its kind in Taiwan, on December 15, 1980. By ushering in technologies and talent from abroad, bringing about the transformation of domestic conventional industry, and fostering the upgrade of industrial technology across the board, the park is intended to help high-tech industry take off in Taiwan.Straddling the city and county of Hsinchu, the 6.5-square kilometer HSP now mainly houses semiconductor and optoelectronics ventures. More than 520 tenant companies employ more than 150,000 people. For the past three years, HSP companies posted an annual average of more than NT$1 trillion in revenue, which tends to fluctuate in tandem with the ups and downs in the global economy. Over the years HSP companies have been approved to invest more than NT$1 trillion. The close dependence of tenant companies on the Industrial Technology Research Institute, National Tsing Hua University and National Chiao Tung University can be easily illustrated by the fact that more than 50 of them have emerged as spinoffs from the aforementioned institutions. The high concentration of high-caliber talent at the HSP is only to be expected. Those who are devoted to R&D and technology development account for 40% of the HSP’s overall workforce, with the remaining 60% taken by people engaged in production, management, marketing, etc. In terms of educational levels, around 79% of HSP employees have junior college or higher degrees, which compares with 18% registered by Taiwan’s overall manufacturing sector. Some 66% of HSP employees own a university above diploma while the ratio is only 7% for the broader manufacturing sector. Additionally, more than 45,000 master’s degree holders and 3,900 with doctorate degrees now work at the HSP. Of the total, more than 4,000 have returned from abroad to start their own businesses in Taiwan.
Huzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone
Huzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone
China | Technology Park
HETDZ is fully equipped with completed infrastructure, such as telecommunication bureau, postal center, transit station combined by rail, and road and river transportation with an annual handling capacity of 1,100,000 ton. Huzhou is one of the origins of the modern national industry, and is also one of the earliest open cities following the opening-up policy. Huzhou thus appears to be more accustom to the market economic system. The governmental department works efficiently, and has strong consciousness of law. The city's education is on the top level in mainland China. Over 83% staff has finished high school education or mid-professional education. Besides, being close to Shanghai, Hangzhou and Nanjing, where locates enormous outstanding universities like Zhejiang University, Tongji University, Fudan University, Shanghai Community University and Nanjing University, Huzhou is strongly supported by professional experts, and absorbs sophisticated technology from them.
HyperCat
HyperCat
United Kingdom | Inter-Governmental Organization (IGO)
The Hypercat Consortium aims to create an inclusive one-stop shop of best practice IoT implementation through the sharing of knowledge of processes and applications. The Hypercat Consortium supports adoption of IoT technologies by: - Developing a new standard for secure IoT interoperability. - Exposing information about IoT assets over the web.- Helping innovators turn ideas into global businesses.
iAngels
iAngels
Israel | Venture Capital
iAngels is a VC and angel investment platform that leverages best-in-class due diligence and analytics to enable accredited investors around the world the ability to invest in early stage technology deals in Israel.
IDG Capital Partners
IDG Capital Partners
China | Venture Capital
IDG Capital has long been concerned about the core investment areas, and always insight into and explore emerging business opportunities. Internet / Mobile / Hi-Tech, New Services / Brands, Healthcare, Industrial Technology / Resources, Media Content / Tourism Real Estate. Cultivate China 23 years, 500 investment enterprises, listed / successfully out of 120 well-known enterprises. DG Capital represents a collection of venture capital fund managers and advisory bodies. Since the early 90s of last century, the first foreign capital investment capital has been introduced to China, has always been focused on China's high-tech companies to invest.
IEEE Robotics & Automation Society
IEEE Robotics & Automation Society
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The IEEE Robotics and Automation Society's objectives are scientific, literary and educational in character. The Society strives for the advancement of the theory and practice of robotics and automation engineering and science and of the allied arts and sciences, and for the maintenance of high professional standards among its members, all in consonance with the Constitution and Bylaws of the IEEE and with special attention to such aims within the Field of Interest of the Society.RAS strives to advance innovation, education, and fundamental and applied research in robotics and automation. Robotics focuses on systems incorporating sensors and actuators that operate autonomously or semi-autonomously in cooperation with humans. Robotics research emphasizes intelligence and adaptability to cope with unstructured environments. Automation research emphasizes efficiency, productivity, quality, and reliability, focusing on systems that operate autonomously, often in structured environments over extended periods, and on the explicit structuring of such environments.The Society provides aid in promoting close cooperation and exchange of technical information among its Members and Affiliates, and to this end holds meetings for the presentation of papers and their discussion, sponsors appropriate periodicals and special technical publications, and through its committees studies and provides for the needs of its members and affiliates.
IIoT World
IIoT World
United States | Association / Alliance
IIoT World™ covers the economic and technological implications of the transformation taking place as IIoT proliferates throughout the enterprise.IIoT World™ combines journalistic coverage with data analysis to expose the stories, players, trends and innovations that shape the IIoT.  
Industrial Internet Consortium
Industrial Internet Consortium
United States |
Through multiple activities and programs, the Industrial Internet Consortium helps technology users, vendors, system integrators and researchers achieve tangible results as they seek to digitally transform across the enterprise. The resources of the Industrial Internet Consortium – developed collaboratively over the years by industry experts from around the globe and across all industries – give organizations the guidance needed to strategically apply digital technologies and achieve digital transformation.
Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The Industrial Internet Consortium was founded in March 2014 to bring together the organizations and technologies necessary to accelerate the growth of the industrial internet by identifying, assembling, testing and promoting best practices. Members work collaboratively to speed the commercial use of advanced technologies. Membership includes small and large technology innovators, vertical market leaders, researchers, universities and government organizations.Through multiple activities and programs, the Industrial Internet Consortium helps technology users, vendors, system integrators and researchers achieve tangible results as they seek to digitally transform across the enterprise. The resources of the Industrial Internet Consortium – developed collaboratively over the years by industry experts from around the globe and across all industries – give organizations the guidance needed to strategically apply digital technologies and achieve digital transformation.
Industrio
Industrio
Italy | Accelerator
Industrio is focused on support pre-revenue hardware startups that are looking to grow and bring amazing products to market from Italy. Twice a year (in spring and autumn) we run a 6 months prototype-to-product program where we drive selected teams to achieve the most important things a hardware startup need to accomplish in the shorter time: business model, prototype, DFM, certification, go to market, fund raising. Also every week you will meet with our 40+ advisor network and partners that will give you feedback on your product concepts, prototypes and product development.
Infinity Ventures
Infinity Ventures
Japan | Venture Capital
At Infinity Ventures, we strive to create venture companies with infinite possibilities. We bridge Japan, the second largest global economy and China, the world's growth engine, to support the birth of new ventures.
Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE)
Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE)
European Union | Government
INSPIRE is based on the infrastructures for spatial information established and operated by the 28 Member States of the European Union. The Directive addresses 34 spatial data themes needed for environmental applications, with key components specified through technical implementing rules. This makes INSPIRE a unique example of a legislative “regional” approach.The INSPIRE directive came into force on 15 May 2007 and will be implemented in various stages, with full implementation required by 2019.The INSPIRE directive aims to create a European Union (EU) spatial data infrastructure. This will enable the sharing of environmental spatial information among public sector organisations and better facilitate public access to spatial information across Europe.A European Spatial Data Infrastructure will assist in policy-making across boundaries. Therefore the spatial information considered under the directive is extensive and includes a great variety of topical and technical themes.INSPIRE is based on a number of common principles:- Data should be collected only once and kept where it can be maintained most effectively.- It should be possible to combine seamless spatial information from different sources across Europe and share it with many users and applications.- It should be possible for information collected at one level/scale to be shared with all levels/scales; detailed for thorough investigations, general for strategic purposes.- Geographic information needed for good governance at all levels should be readily and transparently available.- Easy to find what geographic information is available, how it can be used to meet a particular need, and under which conditions it can be acquired and used.
InnoSpace
InnoSpace
China | Accelerator
InnoSpace is a community for entrepreneurs and startups,providing effective incubation and open innovation services.It encompasses incubator for startup incubation, accelerator for industry acceleration, college for talent development, venture club for connecting entrepreneurs,investors and industry experts, and angel investment. Together, these form a comprehensive and robust support system for startups.
InnoSpring
InnoSpring
China | Incubator
InnoSpring has built an international collaborative innovation system which integrates global innovation resources to improve the quality and efficiency of its scientific and technological innovation activities. Up to date, InnoSpring has established a high-tech incubator in Silicon Valley which is the first Sino-US incubator in this district, and set up offices in WeWork Kinmen division in San Francisco which is the first Chinese incubator in Wework. To construct dynamic entrepreneurial innovation ecology, InnoSpring has created an efficient resource integration platform, covering government, enterprises, research and development, capital, talents, trading and media, which form a network of resources and are effectively configured.
Innovation Network Corporation of Japan
Innovation Network Corporation of Japan
Japan | Venture Capital
Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ), a unique public-private partnership aimed at promoting innovation and enhancing the value of businesses in Japan, was launched in July 2009. Leveraging the rich history of Japanese technological prowess, INCJ aims to provide financial, technological and management support in order to promote the creation of next-generation businesses through "open innovation," or the flow of technology and expertise beyond the boundaries of existing organizational structures. INCJ will draw on funding as well as management and technological expertise from the public and private sectors. INCJ is actively reviewing various investment opportunities in areas of green energy, electronics, IT and biotechnology to infrastructure-related sectors such as water supply. Each investment will be thoroughly vetted to ensure it meets the exacting standards of INCJ's Innovation Network Committee, which will make the final investment decisions. INCJ is capitalized at 280 billion yen, with the Japanese government injecting 266 billion yen and 26 private corporations (refer to details in Appendix below) providing a further 14 billion yen. The government will also provide guarantees up to a total of 1,800 billion yen for INCJ investments, giving it an investment capability of approximately 2,000 billion yen. INCJ will be established for a period of 15 years.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
IEEE stands for the "Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers". The association is chartered under this full legal name. IEEE's membership has long been composed of engineers and scientists. Allied professionals who are members include computer scientists, software developers, information technology professionals, physicists, and medical doctors, in addition to IEEE's electrical and electronics engineering core. For this reason the organization no longer goes by the full name, except on legal business documents, and is referred to simply as IEEE.2015 - 2020 Goals- Expand and enable dynamic, nimble, flexible, and diverse communities to help individuals from around the world to share, collaborate, network, debate, and engage with one another.- Provide technically vital forums for the discussion, development, and dissemination of authoritative knowledge related to traditional technologies, while focusing more of our resources towards serving the professionals working on emerging and disruptive technologies. - Lead humanitarian efforts around the world to use technology to solve the world’s most challenging problems.- Leverage IEEE’s technology-related insight to provide governments, NGOs and other organizations, and the public with innovative and practical recommendations to address public policy issues. ? Key initiatives supporting the goals- Provide more opportunities, products, and services aimed at increasing our value to professionals working in the industry; particularly younger professionals and entrepreneurs.- Ensure the vitality and relevance of our core activities in standards, conferences, education, and publications while providing increased value to our members.- Develop programs in public service focused on knowledge and technology in our fields of interest, related to public policy and humanitarian efforts.- Evaluate and adapt organizational structures and processes to meet the demands of a changing environment while managing the financial and sustainable health of IEEE.
Intelligent Manufacturing System (IMS)
Intelligent Manufacturing System (IMS)
Belgium | Inter-Governmental Organization (IGO)
IMS provides global services to institutions from our supporting Regions including the European Union, Mexico, South Africa, and the United States of America. Other Regions are encouraged to join the IMS program.IMS offers international consortium building and coaching services provided at no charge to researchers from member countries, a listing of projects seeking partners, and a project database with valuable research information. IMS is also a premier sponsor of the World Manufacturing Forum where high-level government officials and industry executives discuss issues and solutions to challenges in manufacturing.
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
Switzerland | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, founded in 1906. IEC publications serve as a basis for national standardization and as references when drafting international tenders and contracts.The IEC's members are National Committees, and they appoint experts and delegates coming from industry, government bodies, associations and academia to participate in the technical and conformity assessment work of the IEC.The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) members come from all around the world. While each member is different, they do have one thing in common: all of them represent the entire range of electrotechnical interests in their country, companies and businesses, industry associations, educational bodies, governmental and regulatory bodies, for example. All stakeholders are brought together through the country’s member National Committee.The IEC also reaches out to newly industrializing countries through its Affiliate Country Programme and, when added together with the members, they bring the spread of the IEC family across more than 97% of the world's population.The IEC also cooperates with several international, regional and national partners to produce joint publications, help promote the importance of standardization around the world and to coordinate any potential overlaps in work.
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
Switzerland | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
ISO is an independent, non-governmental international organization with a membership of 161 national standards bodies. Through its members, it brings together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, consensus-based, market relevant International Standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges.International Standards make things work. They give world-class specifications for products, services and systems, to ensure quality, safety and efficiency. They are instrumental in facilitating international trade.ISO has published more than 21000 International Standards and related documents, covering almost every industry, from technology, to food safety, to agriculture and healthcare. ISO International Standards impact everyone, everywhere.The ISO story began in 1946 when delegates from 25 countries met at the Institute of Civil Engineers in London and decided to create a new international organization ‘to facilitate the international coordination and unification of industrial standards’. On 23 February 1947 the new organization, ISO, officially began operations.Today we have members from 163 countries and 3 368 technical bodies to take care of standard development. More than 150 people work full time for ISO’s Central Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland.
Internet Architecture Board (IAB)
Internet Architecture Board (IAB)
European Union | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The IAB convenes workshops of specialists, initiates and executes specific work programs, and writes documents that lead to comprehensive technical analyses of matters of interest. While its work may influence the industry broadly, the IAB does not operate from a grand-architecture blueprint of, or vision for, the Internet. Rather, the IAB’s efforts are guided by fundamental design principles―the Internet’s building blocks and their interactions―that make the global open Internet what it is.The IAB is comprised of 13 members who serve as individuals, and not as representatives of any company, agency, or other organization. The IAB is chartered both as a committee of the IETF and an advisory body of the Internet Society. In its work, the IAB strives to:- Ensure that the Internet is a trusted medium of communication that provides a solid technical foundation for privacy and security, especially in light of pervasive surveillance,- Establish the technical direction for an Internet that will enable billions more people to connect, support the vision for an Internet of Things, and allow mobile networks to flourish, while keeping the core capabilities that have been a foundation of the Internet’s success, and- Promote the technical evolution of an open Internet without special controls, especially those which hinder trust in the network.
Internet Corporation for Assigned Name and Numbers (ICANN)
Internet Corporation for Assigned Name and Numbers (ICANN)
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a nonprofit organization, organized from the Secretary of State of the State of California in the U.S. that is responsible for coordinating the maintenance and methodologies of several databases, with unique identifiers, related to the namespaces of the Internet - and thereby, ensuring the network's stable and secure operation.In more technical terms, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) coordinates the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions, which are key technical services critical to the continued operations of the Internet's underlying address book, the Domain Name System (DNS). The IANA functions include: (1) the coordination of the assignment of technical protocol parameters including the management of the address and routing parameter area (ARPA) top-level domain; (2) the administration of certain responsibilities associated with Internet DNS root zone management such as generic (gTLD) and country code (ccTLD) Top-Level Domains; (3) the allocation of Internet numbering resources; and (4) other services. ICANN performs the IANA functions under a U.S. Government contract.Besides providing technical operations of vital DNS resources, ICANN also defines policies for how the "names and numbers" of the Internet should run. The work moves forward in a style we describe as the "bottom-up, consensus-driven, multi-stakeholder model."
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is a large open international community of network designers, operators, vendors, and researchers concerned with the evolution of the Internet architecture and the smooth operation of the Internet. It is open to any interested individual. The IETF Mission Statement is documented in RFC 3935.The actual technical work of the IETF is done in its working groups, which are organized by topic into several areas (e.g., routing, transport, security, etc.). Much of the work is handled via mailing lists. The IETF holds meetings three times per year.The IETF working groups are grouped into areas, and managed by Area Directors, or ADs. The ADs are members of the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG). Providing architectural oversight is the Internet Architecture Board, (IAB). The IAB also adjudicates appeals when someone complains that the IESG has failed. The IAB and IESG are chartered by the Internet Society (ISOC) for these purposes. The General Area Director also serves as the chair of the IESG and of the IETF, and is an ex-officio member of the IAB.The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) is the central coordinator for the assignment of unique parameter values for Internet protocols. The IANA is chartered by the Internet Society (ISOC) to act as the clearinghouse to assign and coordinate the use of numerous Internet protocol parameters.
Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC)
Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC)
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
THE INTERNET OF THINGS CONSORTIUMThe Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC) is the premier business development association for the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. It is comprised of leading founders, executives and global companies in IoT. The IoTC’s mission is to ignite the growth of the IoT marketplace by leading the industry’s efforts through strategic partnerships. The organization focuses on five key verticals: connected homes, autos, cities, retail and wearables.OUR CORE ACTIVITIESGenerate opportunities to meet and collaborate with other leading companies, thinkers, doers, and movers in the IoT worldForm industry committees to identify and address areas of common concernsExercise thought leadership voice in driving forward the most important conversations on IoT at industry events and in the pressJumpstart business development opportunities (including partners and customers), suppliers, talent, and potential investorsLead efforts to raise IoT education among consumers, sales channels, and investors
IO-Link
IO-Link
Germany | Association / Alliance
IO-Link is the first standardised IO technology worldwide (IEC 61131-9) for the communication with sensors and also actuators. The powerful point-to-point communication is based on the long established 3-wire sensor and actuator connection without additional requirements regarding the cable material. So, IO-Link is no fieldbus but the further development of the existing, tried-and-tested connection technology for sensors and actuators.
IoT European Research Cluster (IERC)
IoT European Research Cluster (IERC)
Norway | Inter-Governmental Organization (IGO)
IoT has the potential to enhance Europe's competitiveness and is an important driver for the development of an information based economy and society. A wide range of research and application projects in Europe have been set up in different application fields. Communication between these projects is an essential requirement for a competitive industry and for a secure, safe and privacy preserving deployment of IoT in Europe.IERC will facilitate the knowledge sharing at the global level and will encourage and exchange best practice and new business models that are emerging in different parts of the world. In this way, measures accompanying research and innovation efforts are considered to assess the impact of the Internet of Things at global and industrial level, as well as at the organisational level.The main objectives of the IERC are to:- Establish a cooperation platform and develop a research vision for IoT activities in Europe and become a major entry and contact point for IoT research in the world.- Define an international strategy for cooperation in the area of IoT research and innovation and have an overview of the research and innovation priorities at the global level.- Coordinate the cooperation activities with other EC Clusters and ICT projects.- Coordinate and align the SRIA agenda at the European level with the developments at the global level.- Organise debates/workshops leading to a better understanding of IoT and Future Internet, 5G, cloud technology, and adoption.
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.” 
IoT World Alliance
IoT World Alliance
European Union | Association / Alliance
The IoT World Alliance aspires to:- Leverage the reach of the world’s largest M2M partnership- Deploy seamless international M2M solutions through a single point of contact- Reduce the cost of high-volume data connectivity with local operator SIM profiles- Manage vast numbers of connected devices via a unified M2M Control Centre- Gain full visibility to usage and costs- Ensure full compliance with local telecommunications regulations
ISHIR
ISHIR
United States | Accelerator
ISHIR is a trusted partner to many Independent Software Vendors (ISV), System Integrators (SI), Interactive Digital Marketing Agencies, startups and large fortune 500 companies since 1999. We assist our clients to achieve their business objectives by successfully outsourcing their non-core business processes and functions in the areas of technology and digital marketing. ISHIR has been servicing clients thousands of miles away, maturing into a core dependable extension of a client's internal team.   ISHIR has extensive experience in providing outsourcing non-core business processes - IT functions (custom software development, product development, SharePoint consulting and development, mobile app development, software testing, managed IT services, managed hosting, cloud computing solutions), Interactive (web design, web development, mobile websites), Internet Marketing (search engine optimization (SEO), paid search (PPC), display, web analytics and social media marketing services), setting up Built Operate Transfer (BOT), specialized R&D facilities, and non-IT business process outsourcing (BPO) functions (data entry, research, photo editing, customer support, finance).  ISHIR is a SEI CMMi Level 3 company. We are also Microsoft Gold Certified Partners, VM Ware Solution Partner, and Google Adwords Company. We minority owned and certified by NMSDC and NCTRCA.
Israel Innovation Authority
Israel Innovation Authority
Israel | Government
The Israeli innovation agency, the Innovation Authority, was established in 1965 as the Office of the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and was designed as a body that supports R & D conducted in the framework of government research institutes. Industrial development in order to increase industrial exports of high-tech products. The Chief Scientist focused on reducing the risk by participating in financing the project, which the private companies chose and led.
ITOCHU Technology Ventures
ITOCHU Technology Ventures
Japan | Venture Capital
ITOCHU Technology Ventures (ITV), based in Tokyo, is the venture capital arm of ITOCHU Corporation. ITOCHU is one of the world's largest corporations with offices in over 80 countries and operations that cover a broad spectrum of industries. ITV's mission is to invest and help build leading information technology companies by leveraging a vast array of resources both domestically and internationally throughout ITOCHU and its group companies. The ITOCHU group has a long history of funding information technology companies with successes including Siebel Systems, NVIDIA, Openwave and Aruba Networks. Current portfolio includes, Box, Fab, Ooyala, WHILL, Tokyo Otaku Mode, etc.
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