Industrial Internet Reference Architecture

Industrial Internet Reference Architecture

This document is the first version of the ‘Industrial Internet Reference Architecture Technical Report’. It initiates a process to create broad industry consensus to drive product interoperability and simplify development of Industrial Internet systems that are better built and integrated with shorter time to market, and at the end better fulfill their intended uses. This Reference Architecture is a statement of what the most important Industrial Internet architecture components are, how they fit together and how they influence each other. It reflects consensus on major architecture questions among participants from energy, healthcare, manufacturing, transportation and public sectors.

[eyesonly logged=”in”] Published by The Industrial Internet Consortium
Version 1.7
June 4, 2015



The Industrial Internet Consortium is an open membership organization formed to accelerate the development, adoption and wide-spread use of interconnected machines and devices, intelligent analytics, and people at work. Founded by AT&T, Cisco, General Electric, IBM and Intel in March 2014, the IIC catalyzes and coordinates the priorities and enabling technologies of the Industrial Internet. The Industrial Internet Consortium is managed by the Object Management Group (OMG).