TIA Partners with IoT Community
Thursday, January 17, 2019 | Comments

The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and the Internet of Things Community announced an agreement to accelerate the digital transformation of the internet of things (IoT) and further the development of smart buildings.

The two organizations signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate on a set of initiatives regarding smart buildings, manufacturing, connected vehicles, intelligent transportation, healthcare and more. They will share commercial, technical and standardization insights, as well as explore opportunities for collaboration on technologies, exchange information and expertise, and develop solutions to accelerate the development of the IoT.

The groups will work together to share information, discuss and explore technologies related to smart buildings, IoT and other areas of interest. Pursuant to that goal, they will develop and share training content related to IoT and various initiatives. Additionally, the organizations will work to educate industries on the role of the IoT in buildings, collaborate on events, and share relevant research and expertise.

The IoT Community comprises more than 23,000 senior business leaders and IoT practitioners that focus on adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments.

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