Non-Profit Organization for Interoperability
The EEBus initiative is Europe’s leading initiative in the area of the Internet of things. Together we specify the data, you intend to share with other market participants in the future. With a consistent focus on standardization, we make cross-domain and technology independent interoperability possible for everyone.
EEBus has its roots in the sector of smart and renewable energy: Originated in the beacon and research project ("E-energy”) funded by the German government a global initiative has arisen which brings the leading stakeholders of the energy, telecommunications, electronics and automatization industries together.
We are focusing on the use cases of the sectors of smart energy, smart home & building, connected devices (domestic appliances, heating and air conditioning), connected car and open up the new market of smart connectivity. On bordering use cases (like e.g. Entertainment) we are working together with our partners.
To achieve this goal, we pursue the path of mutual developed and adapted standards.
Our international strength is based on global partnerships with the leading associations in Europe, Asia and the USA. Thereby this we jointly establish worldwide acceptance and international standards for a global market.
News & Events
ISH: Heating and Smart Home manufacturers demonstrate products and applications with EEBUS
BDH and EEBUS present the common language for Smart Heating
EEBUS Innovation Space in the global IBM Watson IoT Center
Smart appliance industry applies SPINE for smart use of energy.
The EU uses EEBus in the reference framework for the energy efficient smart home. First EEBus compliant series devices available on the market and global reach.
The Thread Group and EEBus Create Liaison Agreement to Accelerate Adoption of Interoperable Solutions in Connected Home
SAN RAMON, Calif. & BERLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today the Thread Group and EEBus Initiative e.V. announced that the two alliances will collaborate in...
The BDH (Federation of the German Heating Industry) has become a member of the EEBus Initiative.