The Three Tech Giants’ Open-Source Smart Home Standard Is Working Towards A 2021 Launch
Project Connected Home over IP had announced that they will be bringing various tech giants together on a single open-source smart home platform. The latest update announced that the target was to launch this by early 2021. They have also talked about what can be expected with the release.
The project is still on track to provide a “draft specification” for the new standard by the end of the year, with a full launch set for 2021, according to the blog post shared by the Zigbee Alliance.
Their website blog states that there are a number of smart home devices that are being aimed for the launch including smart bulbs, controls, plugs, outlets, thermostats, door locks, garage doors, sensors, detectors, TVs, bridges, and many more. The companies that are on board with this new technology include Amazon, Google, Apple, Ikea, Samsung, and Philips. The goal of the project is to create a unified standard so that all the smart home devices can be controlled using Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple’s Siri.
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