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Internet of Things (IoT)

Overview

NIST Internet of Things

The Research

Projects & Programs

Neuromorphic Device Measurements

Ongoing
Neuromorphic computing is a radical new approach to information processing for artificial intelligence where, instead of using digital electronics, inspiration

Trustworthy Networks of Things

Ongoing
NIST is working with industry to design, standardize, test and foster adoption of network-centric approaches to protect IoT devices from the Internet and to

USGv6 Program

Ongoing
NIST is Working with other USG agencies and industry to develop and maintain the standards, test program, deployment guidance and test and measurement tools

Additional Resources Links

News

a photo of a phone with various icons showing the household appliances and systems that it can control via the internet

Growing the Internet of Things Into a Safe and Responsible Member of Your Household

Technology is supposed to help us, but sometimes it feels like for every step forward we take two steps back. Like many people (and despite my resistance), my family has accumulated a few internet of things (IoT) devices in our home. Our motivation for acquiring them has been to streamline our lives. For instance, when we needed to be able to play our newborn son’s music anywhere in the house, a
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Department of Commerce Seeks Internet of Things Experts for New Advisory Board

Cell towers broadcast signals through two trees, one of which has green leaves while the other is bare. A cellphone behind the greenery indicates a poorer signal than the phone behind the bare tree.

NIST Helps Next-Generation Cell Technology See Past the Greenery

A Mailbox Theory for 6G - an intelligent network

NIST and University Researchers Offer Future 6G Network Concept