Memberships

AIOTI

Association: AIOTI

The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) was initiated by the European Commission in 2015, with the aim to strengthen the dialogue and interaction among Internet of Things (IoT) players in Europe, and to contribute to the creation of a dynamic European IoT ecosystem to speed up the take-up of IoT.

Other objectives of the Alliance include: fostering experimentation, replication, and deployment of IoT and supporting convergence and interoperability of IoT standards; gathering evidence on market obstacles for IoT deployment; and mapping and bridging global, EU, and member states’ IoT innovation activities. AIOTI has over 500 members.

aioti.eu

 

ESMIG

Association: ESMIG

The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) was initiated by the European Commission in 2015, with the aim to strengthen the dialogue and interaction among Internet of Things (IoT) players in Europe, and to contribute to the creation of a dynamic European IoT ecosystem to speed up the take-up of IoT.

Other objectives of the Alliance include: fostering experimentation, replication, and deployment of IoT and supporting convergence and interoperability of IoT standards; gathering evidence on market obstacles for IoT deployment; and mapping and bridging global, EU, and member states’ IoT innovation activities. AIOTI has over 500 members.

esmig.eu

ETSI

ETSI

ETSI is the leading standardization organization for high quality and innovative Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) standards, fulfilling the needs of global and European markets. We will deliver world-class standards for ICT (including telecommunications) for systems and services by using and providing state-of-the-art methodology and processes. In Europe ETSI develops radio communication and security and privacy standards and regulation requirements based on EU and member state mandates.

ETSI has over 800 members drawn from 66 countries across five continents. This reflects the increasing globalization of the communications market and ETSI’s key role in enabling it.

Read more at: http://www.etsi.org/

LonMark International

LonMark International is a member-based, non-profit organization that supports open, multi-vendor integration of interoperable systems for products based on the ISO/IEC 14908 series of standards in the lighting, building, and other industries.

Read more at: www.lonmark.org/connection/solutions/lighting/outdoor/street/

smartEn

smartEn is the European business association for digital and decentralised energy solutions. Our members include innovators in services and technology for energy and data management, finance and research. By taking an integrated perspective on the interaction of demand and supply, our mission is to promote system efficiency, encourage innovation and diversity, empower energy consumers and drive the decarbonisation of the energy sector.

WiSUN
WiSUN

WiSUN

Wi-SUN AllianceTM seeks to advance seamless connectivity by promoting IEEE 802.15.4g standard based interoperability for global regional markets. WiSUN develops the common certification suite for radio solutions based on IEEE 802.154g technology.

WiSUN provides a forum for global collaboration to achieve Smart Utility Network Interoperability. WiSUN has approx. 90 members.

Read more at: https://www.wi-sun.org/index.php/en/