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There are two: IOTA and [email protected] on 5. December your cooperation announced. Since both IOTA as well as [email protected] to focus on industry 4.0, this decision is quite obvious. Finally, it must be designed for the Internet of things Standards, on a global level.
"We look forward to the cooperation [...] in the development of new Standards for device communication, and the complex payment processes in the Internet of things,"
Thorsten Kroke, Director-General at [email protected] writes There, anyone familiar with standardization. The Association was founded in 2000 and initially had twelve members, including Siemens, SAP, Bayer and E. ON. Meanwhile, the number of members has grown to nearly 150. Among the members, which make together a trillion in annual sales, however, Industry giants such as VW, BASF, RWE, Fujitsu, and Bosch. The cross-industry Standard for the classification and standardization of master data comes in over 3,500 companies all over the world.The "Internet of Everything"
For Gerhard Treitinger, product Manager at Bosch, a subsidiary of BSH hausgeräte, it was interest at first sight:
"When we learned for the first Time from IOTA and its data marketplace appeared to be the common implementation of IOTA and [email protected] as a natural step."
The reason for this is that both want to be as Central actors for the development of the Internet of things and its standardization position.
According to enthusiastic Holger Köther, Director of Partnerships of the IOTA Foundation:
"It is an extraordinary opportunity to shape how the next Generation of equipment in all industry landscapes by data and micro-payments to be able to communicate, in order to strengthen a Machine-to-Machine business for the Internet of Everything really."
IOTA comes with this cooperation, indirectly, with a whole Bouquet of large companies and Hidden Champions in contact. About the lack of interest the industry can't complain IOTA so far. However, there is currently still little that went beyond mere cooperation announcements. At least you can see here how the cooperation between IOTA and [email protected] might look like.
another example of the "Tangle to the touch" is the company iampass. Its founder was in October, when a Podcast guest to talk about the IOTA-based hand vein Scanner of the company: