The experts of the International Organization for Standardization ISO/IEC approved the draft standard proposed by Russia for the industrial “Internet of Things”, which establishes uniform requirements for the compatibility of various devices and systems of the industrial “Internet of Things” (IIoT). This is reported on Monday by one of the project developer — Russian Venture Company (RVC).
The document was submitted to the vote on behalf of the Russian Federation by the Technical Committee "Cyber-Physical Systems" on the basis of RVC in partnership with Rostelecom, the message says.
It is noted that the document establishes uniform requirements for the compatibility of various devices and systems of the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The standard is needed to put into practice the implementation of "smart production".
Development of the international standard ISO/IEC "Information Technology. Compatibility requirements and model for devices within IIoT systems" will be completed by the end of 2020. In addition to experts from Russia, representatives from Korea, China, the United States, and Japan will take part in the further work on the document.
For the further development of the “Internet of Things” and the smart production of RVC in 2019, it plans to develop an appropriate national standard. It is expected that experts from the Centre for Competence of the National Technology Initiative on Wireless Communication Technologies and the Internet of Things, which was established this year by the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, will take part in the work on it.
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a system that makes it possible to create an environment where various equipment connected to the Internet interacts without the human participation and provides an increase in the efficiency and safety of the enterprise. The TAdviser Analytic Centre and state corporation Rostech predict the growth of the Russian market of "Internet of Things" by three times by 2021. According to experts, in the next three years, the demand will increase from the current 93 billion to 270 billion roubles.