The Liaison Working Group is the gateway for formal liaisons with other organizations such as standards organizations, open-source organizations, other consortia and alliances (either technology-focused or industry-focused), certification and testing bodies and government entities or agencies.
The purpose of these relationships is to generate requirements for new standards from every part of the activities taking place within the Industrial Internet Consortium – from use cases to Reference Architecture to testbeds, by maintaining continuing communication channels, identifying domain expertise in user and industry groups that can provide use cases that help ensure our testbeds serve their domain.
- Stephen Mellor, Industrial Internet Consortium
- Wael William Diab, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
- Gary Stuebing, Cisco Systems
The Standards Task Group is cataloguing existing standards, identifying areas where standards are lacking and recommending appropriate organizations to develop such standards. Co-Chairs: Erin N. Bournival, Dell Technologies, @erinbr
The Open Source Task Group acts as the focal point within the Industrial Internet Consortium for identification of open source related requirements in Industrial Internet Consortium deliverables. This includes, but is not limited to, open source requirements identified in the I3C initiative, technical reports, toolkits, use cases, Testbeds, and best practices. Co-Chair: Kai Hackbarth, Bosch Software Innovations