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Delos Joins the Internet of Things Consortium

The intersection of frontier technology and health/wellness is rife with opportunity. We are thrilled to announce a new member of IoTC that is a pioneer in this rapidly growing field. Delos (www.delos.com) is a wellness real estate and technology company that is...

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J. D. Power Joins the Internet of Things Consortium

As sensors spread across almost every industry, the internet of things is going to trigger a massive influx of big data. Understanding the “high-value” data that connected devices produce is critical to the future success of the IoT ecosystem. To that end, we are very...

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Avis Budget Group Joins the Internet of Things Consortium

Avis Budget Group (NASDAQ:CAR) today announced it has become a member of The Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC). The company has joined the consortium given the critical role that IoT technologies are playing in Avis Budget Group’s strategy to making mobility more...

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THE TIME IS NOW

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THE TIME IS NOW

LATEST NEWS

Delos Joins the Internet of Things Consortium

The intersection of frontier technology and health/wellness is rife with opportunity. We are thrilled to announce a new member of IoTC that is a pioneer in this rapidly growing field. Delos (www.delos.com) is a wellness real estate and technology company that is...

read more

J. D. Power Joins the Internet of Things Consortium

As sensors spread across almost every industry, the internet of things is going to trigger a massive influx of big data. Understanding the “high-value” data that connected devices produce is critical to the future success of the IoT ecosystem. To that end, we are very...

read more

Avis Budget Group Joins the Internet of Things Consortium

Avis Budget Group (NASDAQ:CAR) today announced it has become a member of The Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC). The company has joined the consortium given the critical role that IoT technologies are playing in Avis Budget Group’s strategy to making mobility more...

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B2B IoT spending will reach almost $1 Trillion in 2017, but the market is only just beginning. As more connected devices come online and new services are developed for them, no company can succeed on its own.

The IoTC’s unique focus on networking and business development brings together companies from five IoT verticals–connected homes, autos, cities, retail and wearables.

Grow your business alongside fellow leaders by forming partnerships and collaborating on strategy, best practices, and platforms through our networking events and online community.

OUR MEMBERS

WHAT OUR MEMBERS ARE SAYING

“As an organization, IoTC is clearly committed to delivering maximum value to its member base. The regular and varied array of events allow Mastercard to pull in different facets of the company and to share our unique perspective across a number of focus areas. The opportunity to co-lead a task force has been an incredible way to jumpstart internal initiatives, and doing so with a group of like-minded peers gives us a platform to incubate new ideas, test new business models and develop partnerships to help drive value for everyone. Mastercard is excited to be a part of this thriving community and the potential for growth, joint innovation and thought leadership that it offers.”

STEPHANE WYPER
SVP, IOT Partnerships
Mastercard

“The IoTC has been a wonderful opportunity to grow partnerships. This is essential in doing work that will be relevant and helpful to the IoT industry.

The team at the IoTC has done a fantastic job of putting together interesting and interactive working sessions, events and dinners to get the conversations started. I highly recommend that any company wishing to succeed in IoT look well beyond their own often narrow and curated views. The IoTC is an excellent group that brings a variety of interests to the conversation.”

JIM HUNTER
Chief Technology Officer
Delos

“As a leading provider of IoT solutions used in a wide range of consumer and industrial secure IoT applications, it’s important for us to be part of an alliance that helps bridge the necessary relationships to advocate and capitalize on IoT market opportunity and demand. The IoTC has been integral in opening the door to key market segments and transformational initiatives for NXP. With their support, we’re built new strategic relationships and have strengthened our voice in the Internet of Things.”

ANDREW HARDY
VP Sales and Application Engineering
NXP Semiconductors

“Creating a brand and establishing value in a young, fast-moving industry like IoT requires a massive level of connection and awareness. The IoTC is a fast, fun and effective way to immediately tap into a strong network of influencers and leaders who are shaping the IoT industry. SkyBell has gained so much from building strong relationships with other IoTC members and learning from the diverse perspectives represented in the consortium. The newsletters, insights, and access also help me stay plugged in to what’s happening and what the future holds.”

ANDREW THOMAS
Co–Founder of Skybell

“No single company built the internet, and no single company will build the internet of things. The Internet of Things is all about ecosystems which require conversations, a deep understanding of both technology and business needs, and strong partnerships.

Cirrent joined the Internet of Things Consortium to develop a stronger perception of the industry and to develop partnerships to expand our business. The IoTC has exceeded our expectations on all fronts: IoTC quarterly meetings and newsletters have improved our understanding of the industry, and the personal connections formed through the membership have led to strong partnerships and good friends. I’d highly recommend any senior exec in the IoT industry take a serious look at joining the IoTC.”

ROB CONANT
CEO of Cirrent

STATE OF THE INDUSTRY

Globally, cities are increasingly relying on data-driven decision making and innovative technical solutions to create efficiencies and elevate quality of life. Public-private partnerships present an increasingly emerging vehicle through which solutions are brought to market in cities. The Internet of Thing Consortium Smart Cities program seeks to convene our diverse membership to engage in ideation and execution of pilot programs and business opportunities in cities of varying sizes. Our partnership with a growing network of city Mayors, Chief Technology Officers, and Chief Innovation officers make these efforts possible.

Latest News:

PayPal teams with Phoenix Suns on jersey patch, cashless payments (10/03/2018)

Portland State University launches centers for smart city tech, homelessness (10/03/2018)

Germany launches world’s first autonomous tram in Potsdam (09/23/2018)

Driverless minibus makes maiden Dublin voyage (09/21/2018)

France Mulls Autonomous Trains (09/12/2018)

Automobile manufacturers, fleet operators, telecommunications providers, data companies, and more are eager to be engaged in the marketplace for cars and trucks with internet-supported functionality. Communication between vehicles, infrastructure, networks, and countless other platforms provide limitless potential for creation of efficiencies and wholesale mobility transformation. The Internet of Things Consortium is at the forefront of this dialogue from all key angles.

Latest News:

Mercedes-Benz concept vehicle Vision Urbanetic introduced (10/09/2018)

Avinor to trial self-driving snowploughs at Oslo Airport (09/25/2018)

Android Auto Coming to Lexus Vehicles (09/24/2018)

AT&T and Harman bring connected features to your existing car (09/24/2018)

Toyota Agrees to Add Android Auto in Its Cars (09/21/2018)

Technology that provides internet and data-powered enhancements to homes, hotels, and other indoor infrastructure represents one of the most increasingly adopted fields of consumer Internet of Things technology. Connected home technology seeks to enhance comfort, security, energy efficiency, overall convenience, entertainment, and more. The Internet of Things Consortium is a best-in-class convener of executives and influencers from firms at the cutting edge of connected home technology.

Latest News:

Uber Eats harnesses AI for $6B in annual bookings (10/03/2018)

Nest Thermostat E brings a simplified setup to European homes (10/02/2018)

Amazon Alexa links with home builder for smarter houses (09/25/2018)

Amazon rolls out new Alexa kids features (09/21/2018)

Google’s Smart Display likely to be called the Home Hub, cost $149 (09/18/2018)

Globally, consumers are increasingly making use of wearable technology that enhances their ability to fulfill their professional duties, provides entertainment value, or provides healthcare benefits. The Internet of Things Consortium is devoted to digging deep and facilitating actionable business development opportunities in this space that scale beyond the most widely known consumer products.

Latest News:

New Microsoft headphones include Cortana (10/02/2018)

Walmart turns to VR and Oculus Go for associates’ training (09/20/2018)

Fitbit unveils a new connected health platform (09/19/2018)

Where were the Apple AR wearables? (09/19/2018)

Withings is back with a new fitness tracker called the Steel HR Sport (09/17/2018)

One of the most widely discussed trends in our global economy is the evolving state of the retail business. With increasing amounts of commerce shifting to online and mobile sales and purchasing, retailers must adapt their strategies both with respect to physical and digital conceptions and payment platforms. As with all areas of IoTC focus, the connected retail vertical requires industry players to deliver business solutions that facilitate simple transactions and desirable, efficient experiences.

Latest News:

Samsung, AT&T team up on smart 5G factory in Austin, Texas (09/27/2018)

‘Just walk out,’ smart technology usage to skyrocket over next five years (09/25/2018)

AT&T to open new concept store—complete with ‘state-of-the-art’ coffee cafe (09/21/2018)

‘Just walk out shopping’: Amazon Go opens first Chicago location of its cashierless convenience store (09/17/2018)

Best Buy sheds light on new Google Chromecast (09/09/2018)

JOIN THE IOTC

GROW AND DEVELOP BUSINESS

Form strategic partnerships and connect with business development prospects at our elite networking events

BECOME AN INFLUENCER IN IOT

Elevate your industry reputation by joining our industry task forces, speaking at partner events, and leveraging our media relations

UNLOCK INNOVATION IN IOT

Uncover emerging trends and opportunities by tapping our close-knit community and thought leadership resources