... the New Standard for Requesting and Delivering Intelligent Information


... Defines Metadata for Making Information Requests


... Defines the Packet Format for Dynamic Information Delivery


... is an Open Source Project run by tekom, the Largest International Professional Association for Technical Communication

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iiRDS – The International Standard for Intelligent Information Request and Delivery

tekom welcomes you to the growing home of iiRDS – the standard that enables dynamic information request and delivery in the era of the Internet of Things and Industrie 4.0.

Go to the download section now to have a look at version 1.0 of iiRDS.

iiRDS at the tcworld conference 2018

iiRDS will be a prominent topic at this year's tcworld conference taking place November 13-15 in Stuttgart. Whether on the beginner or advanced level: there are numerous sessions with diverse focal points covered. Come along and discuss with the iiRDS experts!

iiRDS Version 1.0 Released

The version 1.0 of iiRDS was released on April 18 and is now available! You can access version 1.0 in the download section after the login. 

iiRDS Consortium: Become a Member

The newly founded iiRDS Consortium is responsible for the further development of the standard. With our diverse members, we are looking forward to exciting future developments.

Get in touch with us to also become a member, help to shape the standard actively and benefit from being one of the first to know which steps we are taking next in the world of Industry 4.0!

What Is iiRDS, Exactly? A Short Introduction

What is iiRDS all about? Get a short introduction of the basic idea, how the project started and what developed out of it.

If you are technically interested in how iiRDS works, feel free to register in the menu on top of this page to have a look at the specification and the RDF schemes.

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