Internet of Things (IoT)

Internet of Things refers to the interconnectivity of an abundance of devices. An example of this is how home assistant devices can stream curated content to a variety of displays within a home. Many standards govern compatibility requirements and system architecture of products in applications such as plumbing and blockchain data management.

Internet of Things – UWASN Package

Internet of Things – UWASN Package

Access the general requirements for underwater acoustic sensor networks in the Internet of Things – UWASN Package. The package establishes guidelines for application profiles, interoperability, network management systems and more.

ISO/IEC 30162:2022

Internet of Things (IoT) - Compatibility requirements and model for devices within industrial IoT systems

This document specifies network models for IIoT connectivity and general compatibility requirements for devices and networks within IIoT systems in terms of: a) data transmission protocols interaction; b) distributed data interoperability & management; c) connectivity framework; d) connectivity transport; e) connectivity network; f) best practices and guidance to use in IIoT area.

CSA ISO/IEC 30141-2019

Internet of Things (IoT) - Reference architecture (Adopted ISO/IEC 30141:2018, first edition, 2018-08)

CSA Preface Standards development within the Information Technology sector is harmonized with international standards development. Through the CSA Technical Committee on Information Technology (TCIT), Canadians serve as the SCC Mirror Committee (SMC) on ISO/IEC Joint Technical Committee 1 on Information Technology (ISO/IEC JTC1) for the Standards Council of Canada (SCC), the ISO member body for Canada and sponsor of the Canadian National Committee of the IEC. Also, as a member of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Canada participates in the International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee (ITU-T). The International Standard was reviewed by the CSA TCIT under the jurisdiction of the CSA Strategic Steering Committee on Information and Communications Technology and deemed acceptable for use in Canada. From time to time, ISO/IEC may publish addenda, corrigenda, etc. The TCIT will review these documents for approval and publication. For a listing, refer to the Current Standards Activities page at This Standard has been formally approved, without modification, by the Technical Committee and has been developed in compliance with Standards Council of Canada requirements for National Standards of Canada. It has been published as a National Standard of Canada by CSA Group. Scope This document specifies a general IoT Reference Architecture in terms of defining system characteristics, a Conceptual Model, a Reference Model and architecture views for IoT.

HI Guidebook - Internet of Things Solutions for Pumping Systems 2023

Internet of Things Solutions for Pumping Systems

IoT applications range from the minimal to an integrated array of sensors and devices managing the operation of an entire industrial plant. The devices may be as simple as a temperature sensor or as complex as a gas turbine. Diagnostics may be as straightforward as a low battery indicator or as complex as an AI-driven machine-learning program that predicts the required maintenance cycle of an integrated process. Regardless of the scale or complexity of work, IoT starts with sensors (standalone or embedded in other devices) that collect and send data to various computing devices. These devices may process the data and/or transmit it to other computers or devices within the system. The data may be accessed by human decision makers and/or further processed for display. Additional logic may generate diagnostics about, or return control commands to, the device.  This guidebook aims to answer some of the most pertinent questions, which may already be on the mind of business partners, pump original equipment manufacturer (OEM), systems suppliers, consultants, end users, or service providers.

ISO/IEC 30161:2020

Internet of Things (IoT) - Requirements of IoT data exchange platform for various IoT services

ISO/IEC 30161-1:2020(E) specifies requirements for an Internet of Things (IoT) data exchange platform for various services in the technology areas of:• the middleware components of communication networks allowing the co-existence of IoT services with legacy services;• the end-points performance across the communication networks among the IoT and legacy services;• the IoT specific functions and functionalities allowing the efficient deployment of IoT services;• the IoT service communication networks’ framework and infrastructure; and• the IoT service implementation guideline for the IoT data exchange platform

ISO/IEC TR 30166:2020

Internet of things (IoT) - Industrial IoT

ISO/IEC TR 30166:2020 (E) describes the following:• general Industrial IoT (IIoT) systems and landscapes which outline characteristics, technical aspects and functional as well as non-functional elements of the IIoT structure and a listing of standardizing organisations, consortia and open-source communities with work on all aspects on IIoT;• considerations for the future standardization perspective of IIoT including risk analysis, new technologies and identified collaboration

IEEE 2144.1-2020

IEEE Standard for Framework of Blockchain-based Internet of Things (IoT ) Data Management

New IEEE Standard - Active. A framework of blockchain-based Internet of Things (IoT ) data management is defined in this standard. It identifies the common building blocks of the framework that blockchain enabled during IoT data lifecycle including data acquisition, processing, storage, analyzing, usage/exchange and obsoletion, and the interactions among these building blocks. 

ISO/IEC 21823-3:2021

Internet of things (IoT) - Interoperability for IoT systems - Part 3: Semantic interoperability

This document provides the basic concepts for IoT systems semantic interoperability, as described in the facet model of ISO/IEC 21823-1, including: – requirements of the core ontologies for semantic interoperability; – best practices and guidance on how to use ontologies and to develop domain-specific applications, including the need to allow for extensibility and connection to external ontologies; – cross-domain specification and formalization of ontologies to provide harmonized utilization of existing ontologies; – relevant IoT ontologies along with comparative study of the characteristics and approaches in terms of modularity, extensibility, reusability, scalability, interoperability with upper ontologies, and so on, and; – use cases and service scenarios that exhibit necessities and requirements of semantic interoperability.

ISO/IEC 21823-4:2022

Internet of things (IoT) - Interoperability for IoT systems - Part 4: Syntactic interoperability

ISO/IEC 21823-4:2022 specifies the IoT interoperability from a syntactic point of view. In ISO/IEC 21823-1: Framework [2], five facets are described for IoT interoperability, i.e. transport, semantic, syntactic, behavioural and policy. In this document, the following specifications for IoT interoperability from syntactic viewpoint are included; – A principle of how to achieve syntactic interoperability among IoT systems which include IoT devices – Requirements on information related to IoT devices for syntactic interoperability – A framework for processes on developing information exchange rules related to IoT devices from the syntactic viewpoint