AIOTI Vision

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.

AIOTI Mission

  • To bring key players together
  • To map and evaluate global IoT innovation
  • To lead on convergence and interoperability of IOT standards

Who can join AIOTI?

Membership is open to any legal entity with a legitimate interest in being part of the Alliance. This includes small businesses, corporations, associations, universities and public authorities.

Working Fields

  • IoT Technologies
  • IoT Applications
  • IoT Standardisation and Policy

Members

Its Founding Members  include Philips Lighting, Vodafone, Siemens, Bosch, Huawei, Nokia, IBM, ATOS, BT, John Deere, Infineon, Engineering LOI, CNH Industrial, Telit Communications, Artemisia, Digital Catapult, Gradiant, Samsung, STMicroelectronics, Schneider Electric, and Arthur’s Legal.

Turkish Members of AIOTI

No Turkish participation yet

How can be a member of AIOTI

In principle, the AIOTI has only one class of Members. In exceptional cases, an Associate Membership can be considered which is more suitable to NGO’s and other forms of association.

Members are expected to contribute AIOTI Working Groups.

  • WG 1: IoT European Research Cluster
  • WG 2: Innovation Ecosystems
  • WG 3: IoT Standardisation
  • WG 4: IoT Policy
  • WG 5: Smart living environment for ageing well
  • WG 6: Smart Farming and Food Security
  • WG 7: Wearables
  • WG 8: Smart Cities
  • WG9: Smart Mobility
  • WG10: Smart Water Management
  • WG 11: Smart Manufacturing
  • WG12: Smart Energy
  • WG13: Smart Buildings and Architecture

AIOTI Roadmap Elements

  • WG 1: IoT European Research Cluster
  • WG 2: Innovation Ecosystems
  • WG 3: IoT Standardisation
  • WG 4: IoT Policy
  • WG 5: Smart living environment for ageing well
  • WG 6: Smart Farming and Food Security
  • WG 7: Wearables
  • WG 8: Smart Cities
  • WG 9: Smart Mobility
  • WG 10: Smart Water Management
  • WG 11: Smart Manufacturing
  • WG 12: Smart Energy
  • WG 13: Smart Buildings and Architecture

Detailed Information

Information provided through this page is compiled from AIOTIs online documents, for further information please visit AIOTI's website