Contributing to a dynamic European IoT ecosystem
We are the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation.
From nurturing raw experimentation to enabling market deployment at scale, our role is to support you.
Bringing key players together, both online and off, for events, workshops and informed dialogue
Mapping and evaluating global IoT innovation. We make actionable business insight and market data available to all our members.
We actively lead on convergence and interoperability of IoT standards
Who is AIOTI?
AIOTI was initiated by the European Commission in 2015 to strengthen the dialogue and interaction among IoT players in Europe, to contribute to the creation of a dynamic European IoT ecosystem and speed up the take up of IoT. Our members include key European IoT players – large companies, successful SMEs and dynamic startups – as well as research centres, universities, associations.
How are we structured?
Most of the AIOTI activities are carried out through Working Groups, which focus on well-defined areas of development. These include horizontal Working Groups in research and innovation, eco-systems, policy, standards and distributed ledger technologies, as well as vertical, cross-disciplinary activities focused on key IoT issues.
The AIOTI belongs to you
Our objectives also include: fostering experimentation, replication and deployment of IoT, 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. We welcome membership input on any and all issues – from internal governance to future work streams.
What we have been doing
In August 2018, the Alliance published its recommendations for the future IoT research priorities under Horizon Europe and Digital Europe programs in period 2021-2027. This work continues by publishing the vision on Future Networks, Services and Applications under Horizon Europe and our priorities for the new political cycle in the EU (2019-2024).