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 IoT_XepsExplained Description of xeps and their interaction
 IoT_Examples Mashup some examples from different industries, help finding new ones
 IoT_Support Here we describe who support this and related work that can help you.
 IoT_Interoperability How we will keep everything truly interoperable
 IoT_XMPP_Process How is the process of the xep's and interoperability interfaces managed
 IoT_ConstrainedDevices Going in to the world of restricted devices we need special care.

IEEE P21451.1.4™ Working Group (WG)

The working group will develop an ISO/IEC/IEEE P21451-1-4 Standard for a Smart Transducer Interface for Sensors, Actuators, and Devices based on the eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) for Networked Device Communication.

This standards development project is sponsored by the Instrumentation and Measurement Society (IMS)/TC-9. It is also jointly developed with ISO/IEC/JTC1/ SC31/WG6.

This standard defines a method for transporting IEEE 1451™ messages over a network using eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) to establish session initiation, secure communication, and characteristic identification between networked client and server devices using device Meta identification information based on the IEEE 1451 Transducer Electronic Data Sheets (TEDS).

The purpose of ISO/IEC/IEEE P21451-1-4 is to provide session initiation and protocol transport for sensors, actuators, and devices. The standard addresses issues of security, scalability, and interoperability, and can provide significant cost savings and reduce complexity, leveraging current instrumentation and devices used in industry.

The IEEE P21451.1.4 WG is having participants from the sensor/network manufacturers, system integrators, and smart sensor/actuators system users including asset management, cargo container tracking, geospatial/military, remote health sensing and monitoring, SCADA/process control, smart grid, smart phone/devices, supply chain, and transportation systems, and other potential applications.

The originating call was sent out in December 2012 [1]

From the XSF members Joachim Lindborg and Peter Waher is participating in the standardisation work group

for more information on this contact

William Miller, WG Chair: wjmiller@mact-usa.com

Kang Lee, WG Co-Chair: kang.lee@ieee.org

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31/WG 2, ISO/WD 29161

This working group is working with the tremendous problem of identifying "Things". As more and more devices get connected and transported the need for being able to track and trace and find the things out there increases.

The standard takes a true grip on the landscape of different identification methods from GSM to transportation and logistics. And will create a way to determine and resolve where,what,which a thing is. This will be a big contribution to the M2M world

From the XSF members Joachim Lindborg and Peter Waher is participating in the standardisation work group

for more information on this contact

Craig K Harmon craig.harmon@qed.org