Download IoT Specifications
The latest versions of the FIDO Alliance IoT specifications are available below.
The FIDO Alliances publishes the following technical specifications for any implementer to download. In addition, the Alliance is providing support for implementers of FIDO IoT technology by operating the email@example.com public discussion list. Please post any questions you may have about implementing the FIDO specifications in that forum. The FIDO Specification Status and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) of the FIDO Alliance specifications can be found here.
The FIDO Alliance produces PDF-formatted specifications as a convenience for readers, however readers are advised to refer to the HTML-formatted specs if they encounter any formatting issues with the PDF-formatted specs. If you are not yet a member of the FIDO Alliance and you would like to comment on our public draft specifications, please use the contact us form.
|FIDO IoT Specifications|
|FIDO Device Onboard (FDO)
This Proposed Standard provides an automatic onboarding protocol for IoT devices. It permits late binding of device credentials so that one manufactured device may onboarded, without modification, to many different IoT platforms.
FDO v1.1 Proposed Standard: HTML | PDF
|Securing FDO Credentials in the TPM|
|Securing FDO Credentials in the TPM
This is the Review Draft of a specification for storing FIDO Device Onboard credentials in a TPM.
Securing FDO Credentials in the TPM v1.0 Review Draft: HTML | PDF
Welcome to our collection of application notes on the FDO specification. The purpose of this collection is to provide technical information and guidance on how to design, implement, and troubleshoot FDO.
The app notes will provide you with valuable insights and practical tips on how to design and implement FDO to meet your specific needs and requirements. We encourage you to explore our collection and download the app notes that are relevant to your projects and applications.
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