Standardization Of IoT Is The Way Towards Enjoying Its Full Potential
To use IoT’s full potential, we need to better manage the scalability and security issues that pop up. Today, IoT devices face a lot of security risks which can be fixed at the hardware, software, and network levels. Manufacturers are aiming to dominate the IoT market, leading to a significant lack of interoperable options.
IoT standard adoption allows manufacturers to quickly create and implement reliable, secure device discovery and connectivity across operating systems, platforms, transports, and vendors. This bypasses the need to develop to every physical transport or operating system, maximizing interoperability and market scalability.
For a smart home to be truly smart, the devices need to share a universal/standardized IoT language. This will make communications, safety, and security better.
Users would not have to get stuck between different devices, ecosystems, or networks since everything would seamlessly work together. Adopting a common standard would allow a smart home to reach new heights of interoperability and ease of use. It would make device control and management easier with real-time monitoring of the shared common network possible. These protocols can be adopted today to access the full IoT potential.
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