Trusted IoT Alliance
DLT Technology · Internet of Things (IoT) · Insurance
Enterprise-driven Consortium (IoT & Blockchain)
Hi we’re Trusted IoT Alliance!
MachNation, a global independent IoT research and benchmarking firm is co-producing. TIoTA’s members are engaged with linking IoT devices and the companies operating them, and to consumers, service, communication and payment providers.
The Industrial Internet Consortium, which was founded to accelerate the development of Industrial IoT and commercialize tested solutions, is a Trusted IoT Challenge Supporter.
The primary purpose of the Alliance is to leverage the blockchain and other security technologies to introduce trust into IoT, to leverage the automation potential of trusted IoT sensors with smart contracts, to evaluate the ROI of use cases enabled by trust, and to create common open source methods in the smart contracts as a system of lego blocks to achieve compounding growth in the space. We seek to enable trust in the data produced by such IoT systems in a distributed ledger/blockchain agnostic fashion, thereby enabling a decentralized trust model for interoperable digitized identities of physical goods, documents, immobilized assets, sensors, and machines. Finally, we wish to see this happen with the resiliency that can scale to support billions of connected devices.
Slogan / Motto
Securing IoT Products With Blockchain
Customers / Partners
Industrial Internet Consortium releases paper on data ownership for blockchain, IIoT
Yesterday the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) released a whitepaper about the control of data where blockchain is part of an industrial IoT (IIoT) solution. The IIC recently merged with the Trusted IoT Alliance. In the paper, the benefits of using blockchain are briefly addressed with one of the biggest being the ability to log IoT data with confidence...
9 months ago
Trusted IoT Alliance merges with Industrial Internet Consortium
Last Friday, The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) announced it is joining forces with the Trusted IoT Alliance (TIoTA) to combine memberships and drive industry collaboration. Members of the two organizations will now work under the IIC to research, develop and promote practices relating to internet of things (IoT) systems including blockchain. Founded in 2014, US-based...
a year ago