BRUSSELS, BE: Today, the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) is glad to announce that 19 new members joined within the first five months of 2022, bringing the overall number of members to 207. This result marks the increasing interest that a variety of businesses and entities are showing for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge Computing sector. This also proves the necessity to continue ensuring removal of barriers to development of the IoT & Edge Computing market, while preserving the European values, including privacy and consumer protection which is at the core of AIOTI’s mission.
Jürgen Sturm, AIOTI Chair and Director Governmental Relations and Public Affairs EMEA at Texas Instruments, comments: “We want to celebrate our community and the interest that new organisations are showing towards our initiative. This result recognises the values of AIOTI as a true European Alliance and the outstanding work performed by our Members within our Working Groups. We look forward to welcoming new members in the next months and continuing our remarkable work”.
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AIOTI is the multi-stakeholder platform for stimulating IoT Innovation in Europe, bringing together small and large companies, start-ups and scale-ups, academia, policy makers and end-users and representatives of society in an end-to-end approach. We work with partners in a global context. We strive to leverage, share and promote best practices in the IoT ecosystems, be a one-stop point of information on all relevant aspects of IoT Innovation to its members while proactively addressing key issues and roadblocks for economic growth, acceptance and adoption of IoT Innovation in society.
AIOTI’s contribution goes beyond technology and addresses horizontal elements across application domains, such as matchmaking and stimulating cooperation in IoT ecosystems, creating joint research roadmaps, driving convergence of standards and interoperability and defining policies. We also put them in practice in vertical application domains with societal and economic relevance.