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IoT standards battles could get messy

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  • As enterprises start to think about building Internet of Things (IoT) networks, the key question becomes: What’s happening on the standards front?
  • Without platforms and standards to guide the development of products and services, IoT could become a chaotic mess.
  • Widely accepted standards and broad platforms are needed in three key areas: – – These systems need to work together in order for IoT to be useful for enterprises.
  • While the IoT standards process is still in its infancy, there’s an increasing sense of urgency as the momentum behind IoT continues to build.
  • A survey of nearly 1,000 enterprises worldwide conducted by 451 Research from August to October 2016 shows that 71% of organizations are gathering data as part of IoT initiatives today.

As enterprises start to think about building Internet of Things (IoT) networks, the key question becomes: What’s happening on the standards front?

As enterprises start to think about building Internet of Things (IoT) networks, the key question becomes: What’s happening on the standards front?

Without platforms and standards to guide the development of products and services, IoT could become a chaotic mess. Widely accepted standards and broad platforms are needed in three key areas:

These systems need to work together in order for IoT to be useful for enterprises. While the IoT standards process is still in its infancy, there’s an increasing sense of urgency as the momentum behind IoT continues to build.

A survey of nearly 1,000 enterprises worldwide conducted by 451 Research from August to October 2016 shows that 71% of organizations are gathering data as part of IoT initiatives today. They expect to increase their IoT technology spending by 33% over the next 12 months, the study says.

IoT standards battles could get messy

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