Systematic Consulting Group (SCG) today announced its participation in the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), a group of industry leaders from a broad range of markets working together to enable the Internet of Things (“IoT”). SCG, a technology consulting and design firm will be working with other member organizations to build a framework for secure and interoperable communications using existing and new open Web standards for the billions of devices and APIs set to fuel the IoT.
“SCG’s participation in the OIC allows us to design and build standards based IoT solutions for our clients while at the same time reducing market fragmentation as the IoT infrastructure continues to emerge,” said Jonathan Pardeck, President and CEO of Systematic Consulting Group. “This approach adds value to our clients by allowing them to get to market faster while leveraging a standardized framework. Clients have the added benefit of knowing their devices will be interoperable with other IoT devices and frameworks as they continue to come to market.”
The OIC’s membership roster includes over 80 participants to date. Other key organizations include Cisco, GE Software, Intel, Samsung, IBM, National Instruments, and Siemens. “The OIC’s continued success in adding leading technology companies to our organization highlights the industry’s commitment to ensuring interoperability of the billions of devices,” said Mike Richmond, executive director at the Open Interconnect Consortium.
For additional information on the Open Interconnect Consortium, visit http://openinterconnect.org.
About Systematic Consulting Group
Systematic Consulting Group (SCG), a Missouri corporation, offers technology consulting and design services including software development, hardware design, and web design and development. SCG’s unique blend of services and capabilities has positioned them as a leader in the development and design of IoT solutions. For additional information, visit http://systematigroup.com.
About Open Interconnect Consortium
The Open Interconnect Consortium, a Delaware non-profit corporation, was founded by leading technology companies with the goal of defining the connectivity requirements and ensuring interoperability of the billions of devices that will make up the emerging Internet of Things (IoT).
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