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IoT AND EDGE COMPUTING STANDARDIZATION CHALLENGES

When:
4:00 PM, Thursday 2 Sep 2021 (1 hour)
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The expansion of the IoT and edge computing landscape has brought opportunities but also new challenges. Standards have an essential role in the IoT and edge computing systems. Having a roadmap of IoT standardization can enhance the technical issues that have to be addressed and resolved. The role of standardization in interoperability solutions is key, both by allowing a formalised support to various implementations, and by ensuring a consolidation of the options available so that the interoperability technical landscape is not a jungle of competing solutions. In particular, the value that IoT can provide, will be based on agreements that enables the interoperability of systems across domains, creating a network effect. The agreement represents a standard whether it is a formal or a de-facto standard.

This session focuses on the uptodate IoT and edge computing standardization challenges. The key objectives covered by this session are:

  • What are the key and priority challenges at European and Global levels?

  • What role should lead institutions such as the ITU ISO and the EC to accelerate the implementation of standardization on IoT & Edge Computing?

  • What are the impacts of IoT & Edge Computing standardization in Industry digitization, considering a converged use of ICT and OT technologies?

Speaker
Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH
Principal strategist in Standardisation and Industry Development
Speaker
Mandat International
Researcher and Project Manager
Moderator
Mandat International
Project Manager and Data Protection Officer / Attorney at Law
Speaker
Smart Cities Lab
Business Architect, Entrepreneur & Digital Strategist | Co-founder at Smart Cities Lab
Speaker
European Commission
Policy Officer, Internet of Things Unit, DG CONNECT

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