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UK unveils interoperability standard for Internet of Things

Antony Savvas | July 2, 2014
A consortium of more than 40 UK-based technology companies seeking to accelerate a widespread move to the Internet of Things (IoT) has agreed on a new open IoT specification.

IoT-Bay (an interoperability hub for IoT services) includes SH&BA, EDF Energy, IBM UK, Westminster City Council, BRE and University of Bristol.

i-MOVE (for moving objects, including vehicles) includes Aimes Grid Services, BT, Traak, Avanti, Placr, Merseyside Transport

International airports: LivingPlanIT, London City Airport, Milligan Retail, Critical Software, AppSherpas, HWC, CrowdVision, and ECM

OpenIoT:, ARM, AlertMe, Enlight, and Badger Pass

Smart Streets: InTouch, Carillion, BalfourBeatty, Amey, Lancaster University

Stride (smart transport IoT data ecosystem): BT, Aimes, Ctrl-Shift, University of Cambridge, Dartt

TSB recently announced a Launchpad programme for companies wanting to get involved in IoT development.


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