IPSO Alliance to Focus on How to Use IoT Open Standards

 

As the IPSO Alliance moves from "Why use the Internet Protocol for the IoT" to "How to use the Internet Protocol for the IoT", now is the time to join so you can be at the forefront of the developments coming to the IoT and M2M applications. Since 2008, IPSO has been the thought leader in open standards design for the IoT and will continue to lead the industry in promoting the use of IP throughout the IoT.

For more information about joining, contact [email protected]

 

 

IPSO Alliance to Focus on How to Use IoT Open Standards

 

Colorado Springs, CO - August 5, 2014 - The Internet Protocol for Smart Objects (IPSO) Alliance has broadened its Internet of Things (IoT) standards vision to include education on the proper use of IP protocols to create end-to-end solutions for the Internet of Things. This change has been adopted to advance the promotion of open standards using current and emerging IP technologies within the IoT community.

 

 

 

"Since its creation in 2008, the IPSO Alliance has been one of the most active groups in the IoT space," said Pete St. Pierre, President of IPSO Alliance. "As more standards organizations attempt to lay claim to the IoT, it was important to re-define our vision to ensure we are meeting the needs of our membership and, more importantly, the design community at large. We look forward to promoting how to use IP by engaging leaders from over 45 IPSO member companies to act as advocates and thought leaders on IoT open standards."

 

IPSO Alliance members will be speaking at a number of upcoming shows about IoT open standards through the Fall. These events include:

The Alliance will also support the White House Smart America Challenge "local editions" in Detroit and Austin as well as the recently announced National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Global Cities Challenge.

 

The IPSO Alliance is further set to publish two documents outlining open standards for interoperability between objects. The first defines a simple and extensible set of smart objects that can be used to build communication between devices used in smart energy, home automation and a host of other functions. The second document outlines a conceptually simple architecture that can be used to build interoperable machine-to-machine (M2M) and IoT applications.

 

"The ultimate goal for the IPSO Alliance is to define how to use the existing set of open standards, specifically IP, to build successful IoT products," continued Mr. St. Pierre. "This definition will further illustrate that this can be done without creating new and complicated protocols in the future."

 

About the IPSO Alliance

The IPSO Alliance is a global forum that serves as a resource center and thought leader for industries seeking to establish the Internet Protocol as the basis for the IoT and M2M applications. IPSO Alliance membership is open to any organization supporting an IP-based approach to connecting smart objects. For more information, visit  www.ipso-alliance.org or contact Jessica Barnes at [email protected].

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

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