With a common IoT language, all connected devices can talk to each other. (Image courtesy of Zigbee Alliance.)
If you think the Iron Curtain made it hard to communicate across the world, imagine the difficulty your Internet of Things (IoT) enabled lights and IoT locks have talking to each other from across a room.
Unfortunately, the lack of a standard communication protocol on the IoT has created a million iron curtains each housing a company’s series of connected products that only ta…
Source URL: IoT Interoperability Solved? New Open Language for IP-Based Networks Has a Chance
Source Website: IoT – Engineering.com