Partners Double Team The IIoT

One of the biggest initiatives in the tech market is the industrial internet of things (IIoT), which is also one of the top issues you’ll learn about at Sensors Midwest. Addressing the movement to and needs of IIoT applications, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and oneM2M have agreed to work together to contribute to the creation and development of the Industrial Internet. Under this agreement, the organizations will promote the digital economy by preventing fragmentation and by harmonizing various aspects in the IIoT.


Joint activities include:

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  • Collaboration, review and two-way feedback pertaining to IoT use cases, requirements and reference architectures.
  • Feedback to oneM2M standards from IIC testbeds and interoperability events.
  • Feedback from oneM2M to IIC Industrial Internet Reference Architecture.
  • Joint workshops, showcases and interoperability events.


The IIC Liaison Working Group is the gateway for formal relationships with standards and open-source organizations, consortia, alliances, certification and testing bodies and government agencies. For more info, contact oneM2M and the Industrial Internet Consortium.


It goes without saying, you will learn even more about the IIoT and all other industrial topics at Sensors Midwest. For example, one of the sessions focusing on IIoT is Real-World IIoT in Foundries and Factories: Saving Energy and Improving Operational Efficiencies, taking place Tuesday, October 3 at 11:15am. Led by an expert in the market, the session will describe real-world, case studies using IIoT technologies in factories and foundries to reduce energy costs and improve manufacturing efficiencies by identifying no-cost and low-cost improvements.


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