NEEDHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Het Industrial Internet Consortium, een internationale publiek-private organisatie ter bevordering van het industriële internet der dingen (IoT) heeft achttien maanden na zijn oprichting al meer dan tweehonderd leden. Het IIC kondigt daarnaast de uitslag van zijn stuurgroepverkiezing aan. De volgende personen zijn door IIC-leden verkozen tot lid van de stuurgroep:
- Jacques Durand, hoofd Standards & Engineering, Fujitsu Limited
- Dirk Slama, hoofd Business Development, Bosch
- Stan Schneider, ceo van Real-Time Innovations
- Robert Martin, senior hoofdingenieur The MITRE Corporation
Industrial Internet Consortium Passes 200-Member Mark, Announces 2015-2016 Steering Committee
NEEDHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– The Industrial Internet Consortium ®, the global public-private organization formed to accelerate enablement of the Industrial Internet of Things, has passed the 200-member mark 18 months after the Consortium was formed. It also announced the results of its 2015-2016 Steering Committee elections, elected by the Industrial Internet Consortium membership, as follows:
- Jacques Durand, Director of Standards & Engineering, Fujitsu Limited
- Dirk Slama, Director of Business Development, Bosch
- Stan Schneider, CEO, Real-Time Innovations
- Robert Martin, Senior Principal Engineer, The MITRE Corporation
They join representatives from the five Industrial Internet Consortium founders (AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM, and Intel) as well as Executive Director, Dr. Richard Soley.
Since last year’s Steering Committee election, the Industrial Internet Consortium has grown from 68 to over 200 member organizations hailing from 26 countries. Its recent accomplishments are the public release of six testbeds and the Industrial Internet Reference Architecture and Vocabulary documents. To help serve the needs of its increasingly global membership, the Industrial Internet Consortium also announced today the first Country Team in Germany with the organization of other Country Teams underway in China, India and Japan. The Country Teams are comprised of local Industrial Internet Consortium members and adhere to the same policies and procedures. These teams will focus on specialized uses cases and testbeds, plus localized marketing and the establishment of liaisons with national or regional standards bodies. The country team in Germany will be led by Industrial Internet Consortium member Steinbeis Transfer Center Innovationsforum Industrie (STCII).
The newly elected Steering Committee members will officially take their seats at the Industrial Internet Consortium’s quarterly Members’ meeting in Barcelona, Spain on September 14 th. Non-members interested in learning more about the Industrial Internet – including live demonstrations of testbeds – are encouraged to attend the co-located IoT Solutions World Congressevent, September 16-18.
About the Industrial Internet Consortium ®
The Industrial Internet Consortium ® is an open membership organization with over 200 members from 26 countries, formed to accelerate the development, adoption, and wide-spread use of interconnected machines and devices, intelligent analytics, and people at work. Founded by AT&T, Cisco, General Electric, IBM, and Intel in March 2014, the Industrial Internet Consortium catalyzes and coordinates the priorities and enabling technologies of the Industrial Internet. The Industrial Internet Consortium is managed by the Object Management Group (OMG). Visit www.iiconsortium.org .
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