IEEE Internet of Things Initiative Launches “IoT Scenarios” Contributor Program to Explore Real World Applications and Foster IoT Architecture Development

Interactive platform allows users to engage with use cases, service descriptions, business models, and reference implementations key to developing a vibrant IoT industry.

PISCATAWAY, N.J.--()--IEEE, the world's largest professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, announced today that the Future Directions IEEE Internet of Things (IoT) Initiative has launched a new program to foster the sharing of real world IoT applications across all domains. The IEEE IoT Scenarios contributor program has been created to help those working in the space get exposure for IoT projects, ideas, and services and to provide a venue for sharing best practices and lessons learned.

“The IoT Scenarios program offers a unique opportunity for individuals and companies working on new and exciting applications driving the development of a wide range of IoT technologies to share their insight and achieve broader industry exposure,” said Roberto Minerva, chair, IEEE Internet of Things Initiative. “We encourage those working in the IoT space to contribute to the IEEE IoT Scenarios program and we welcome all IoT-related ideas, whether planned or currently under development.”

The IEEE IoT Scenarios submission process provides a streamlined means to easily upload IoT contributions in PDF format. To find out more about how to contribute, please visit the IoT Scenarios Submission Guidelines page. For example scenario submissions, visit the IoT Scenarios landing page.

To learn more about IEEE Internet of Things, please visit the IEEE IoT home page.

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Release Summary

The Future Directions IEEE Internet of Things (IoT) Initiative has launched the IEEE IoT Scenarios contributor program to foster the sharing of real world IoT applications across all domains.

Contacts

Interprose for IEEE
Renee Ayer, 630-587-6476
renee.ayer@interprosepr.com
or
IEEE
Francine Tardo, +1 212-419-7750
f.tardo@ieee.org