To be recognized as a major contributor to the worldwide interoperability, security, privacy and safety of IoT systems and applications, and particularly for the development of the market in Europe
  • Maintaining an IoT and Edge Computing standards framework landscape
  • Gap analysis in Edge Computing
  • Computing Continuum
  • High-Level Architectures for IoT, Edge Computing and Digital Twins
  • IoT relation and impact on 5G and Beyond 5G
  • Semantic Interoperability
  • Security and privacy in computing continuum
  • Collaborations

High Level Architecture for IoT, Edge Computing and Digital Twins

  • IoT & Edge Computing Reference (High Level) Architecture and its mapping with existing IoT & Edge Computing Reference Architectures
  • IoT Identification
  • Architecture and interfaces for IoT & Edge Computing Data marketplaces, including guidelines for Data Access and Data Sharing and as well guidelines of enhancement of data sharing in support of the Green Deal


IoT & Edge Computing standards framework landscape

  • IoT & Edge Computing Landscape maintenance to keep the liaisons alive and maintain dialogue on how to foster collaboration to improve interoperability & security
  • IoT & Edge Computing impact on 5G (and beyond 5G)
  • Gap analysis and recommendations
  • Cooperation with SDOs/Alliances to foster co-creation and interworking
  • IoT & Edge Computing standardisation and impact on the Industry Digitization
  • IoT & Edge Computing standardisation and impact on the UN SDGs and European Green Deal
  • Provide Computing Continuum standardisation requirements on IoT and edge computing and describe enablers, such as optical communications, that can solve these requirements


Semantic Interoperability

  • Identification of missing (semantic) interoperability standards and technologies within IoT domains and cross – IoT domains and recommendations for solving them. In addition topics related to the impact of edge computing on semantic Interoperability will be as well taken into account.
  • Promoting the use and development of ontologies and semantic tools to enable semantic interoperability between different actors within IoT domains and cross – IoT domains.
  • Landscape of ontologies supporting semantic interoperability



  • Report on prioritised topics
  • Contribution to events
  • Input to standardisation process & ongoing projects
Antonio Kung, Trialog
Georgios Karagiannis, Huawei