The Smarthome rivals Amazon, Apple and Google work together to facilitate a new open Standard for the connection of different devices in the connected home. So far, networked lamps, thermostats, security cameras or door locks work only in the System environments of individual providers, but are often not compatible with each other.The new Standard should be based on the Internet Protocol and without license fees for all available to be shared with the parties on Wednesday. To belong to the members of the working group, Ikea, Samsung home crosslinker SmartThings, the Chip specialist NXP, as well as the manufacturer of the networked "Hue, among other things,"lamps, the Philips spin-off Signify.To consumer benefit from the new Standard, however, it will take some time: The group the company wants to set up the end of 2020, first of all, the specifications and a first reference implementation of present. To use both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to come in. Google, Amazon, Apple: the new Standard look of The three-Smarthome-giants Google, Amazon and Apple are to collaborate in order to create a new Standard. Photo: Britta Pedersen/zb/dpa is The idea to provide a complementary Standard to today's technology, explained to the working group. Amazon, Apple and Google have committed themselves, at the same time, to support previous devices.The Smarthome platforms of the major players such as Apple's Homekit or Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, had already developed into an important interface through which a consumer technology of various providers, and can integrate. You will be supported in the new project in the same way as Google's log Weave and the already often-used "Dotdot"Standard, the Zigbee Alliance.Our comprehensive Test of currently popular Smart-Home systems you can find at this Link.
Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 10:56