Industry IoT Consortium Updates Industrial IoT Internet Connectivity Framework
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
1y ago
We are happy to announce the updated version of the Industrial IoT Internet Connectivity Framework (IICF), a foundation document that guides the building of an Industrial IoT (IIoT) connectivity architecture. The latest version of the IICF expands the connectivity guidance to include lightweight, resource-constrained machine-to-machine (M2M) devices often found at the edge of networks. The IICF defines an IIoT communications stack and a connectivity assessment template. It applies the assessment template to evaluate IIoT connectivity standards and provides guidance on selecting the right ..read more
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Meet the IIC Experts: Edy Liongosari, Accenture
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
1y ago
Edy Liongosari, Chief Research Scientist at Accenture Labs, discusses his role in the IIC Thought Leadership Task Group and the Journal of Innovation, and looks at how the IIC organizes members toward common goals ..read more
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A Framework for Industrial Artificial Intelligence
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
2y ago
The IIC’s  new reference architecture provides a comprehensive perspective on best practices for implementing AI in Industrial IoT environments By Wael William Diab Chair, Industry IoT Consortium Industrial AI Task Group The Industrial Internet of Things integrates the industrial assets and machines—the things—with enterprise information systems, business processes and people who operate or use them. With these connections to the industrial assets and machines, modern technologies enable the application of AI to machine and operational process data to gain insights into the operations, op ..read more
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A Framework for Industrial Artificial Intelligence
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
2y ago
The IIC’s  new framework provides a comprehensive perspective on realizing next-generation Industrial IoT systems enabled by  AI By Wael William Diab (on behalf of the IIC Industrial AI Task Group) Chair, IIC Industrial AI Task Group The Industrial Internet of Things integrates the industrial assets and machines—the things—with enterprise information systems, business processes and people who operate or use them. With these connections to the industrial assets and machines, modern technologies enable the application of AI to machine and operational process data to gain insights into ..read more
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AuthTrail: A Trusted and Transparent Asset Tracking Framework
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
2y ago
By Xinxin Fan and Raullen (Qi) Chai, IoTex A typical multi-party asset tracking application involves shippers, receivers and a freight-carrier network with multiple stakeholders (e.g., manufacturer, distributor, provider, carrier) that have mutual obligations to deliver assets in time. Unfortunately, the traditional asset-tracking solutions have posed a multitude of concerns due to the lack of trustworthy and transparent information across the supply chain. The Covid-19 pandemic has further exposed the fragility of the current supply chains and highlighted the need for improving the existing s ..read more
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Letter from the Chairs of the Digital Transformation Working Group
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
2y ago
Dear Reader: Digital transformation is hardly a new topic. From the early beginnings of the IT revolution, over six decades ago, organizations have leveraged digital technologies to digitize their information, digitalize their business processes to enhance their operational efficiencies, optimize the way they deliver value to the market, and ultimately improve their overall ROI. DX, primarily a business objective, is the natural progression of these efforts. It is the innovative and principled application of digital technology and the strategic realignment of the organization, with the objecti ..read more
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Consequences of Inattention to Trustworthiness: An Automotive Example
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
2y ago
By Frederick Hirsch, Upham Security Second in a series of blogs from the Industrial Internet Consortium Trustworthy Task Group. For a comprehensive look at trustworthiness foundations in IIoT, download our foundational document. Connected systems introduce risks to each other, so a single system cannot be effectively trusted unless the other systems to which it is connected are also trusted. The publicized “Jeep Hack” provides a vivid example from the automotive industry of failures of trust in individual and aggregated systems. Cybersecurity researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek i ..read more
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A Look at Trustworthiness & its Key Characteristics in Context
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
2y ago
By Bob Martin, MITRE First in a series of blogs from the Industrial Internet Consortium Trustworthy Task Group. For a comprehensive look at trustworthiness foundations in IIoT, download our foundational document. Definition Trustworthiness The degree of confidence one has that the system performs as expected. Characteristics include safety, security, privacy, reliability, and resilience in the face of environmental disturbances, human errors, system faults, and attacks. (IIC Vocabulary[1]) Trustworthiness, and confidence in that trustworthiness, are essential aspects of all types of ..read more
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Trustworthiness for Cyber-Physical Systems
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
2y ago
By Marcellus Buchheit, Co-founder of WIBU-SYSTEMS AG, President and CEO of WIBU-SYSTEMS USA Trustworthiness, and confidence in that trustworthiness, are essential aspects of cyber-physical systems. Inattention to trustworthiness can lead to loss of human life, long-term environmental impacts, interruption of critical infrastructure, or other dire consequences such as disclosure of sensitive data, destruction of equipment, economic loss, and reputation damage. These risks and negative consequences intensify with increasingly networked and connected industries. With this understanding, the ..read more
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A New White Paper Provides a Blueprint for IIoT Organizations to Leverage Standards
Industrial Internet Consortium
by OMG Programs
2y ago
By Erin Bournival Dell Technologies The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a rapidly expanding world of connected objects. As IIoT systems proliferate, large amounts of data are consumed by machine learning algorithms and shared between partners, customers, and others. IIoT is a technology environment in which integration and interoperability are critical capabilities, and the complexity of this environment makes this difficult to achieve. Standards play a critical role in IIoT for five main reasons: Users and vendors cannot engineer a custom interface every time components or systems ne ..read more
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