IEEE COMSOC IoT Emerging Technologies Subcommittee




IEEE IoT is a subcommittee of the Emerging Technologies Committee



The objective of this subcommittee is to facilitate a global definition of IoT architecture and governance; investigate the sensitive security and privacy issues; the trust management aspects; and explore the different technology scenarios and use cases such as smart buildings and impacts when enabling Internet protocols over the emerging generations of IoT devices and networks in order to reach harmonization and end to end transparency using next generation Internet Protocols ( such as IPv6,…).

This subcommittee will pursue a global collaboration with IEEE ComSoc and non- IEEE organizations from academia and industry. For this purpose, current members from the TPCs in the GLOBECOM 2013 IoT Symposium track will be invited as well as members from industrial alliances such as IPSO Alliance, Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) and standardization groups such as ETSI M2M, oneM2M and IETF. The worldwide research community such as the European IERC community  ( ) and the industrial leaders will be invited.

The multi-discipline profile of the members from this subcommittee will promote a common understanding to enable harmonization and convergence on governance, integration and security of the Internet of Things.




January 2019