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IoT Consortium Launches Inaugural Developer Day and Sponsors Linux Foundation’s OpenIoT Summit
March 15, 2016. Portland, Oregon – Today, the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) announced its inaugural IoTivity Developer Day on Wednesday, April 6. The event will be held in conjunction with the Linux Foundation’s OpenIoT Summit, taking place April 4 – 6, 2016 in San Diego at the Port Pavilion.
During this one-day event developers will get hands-on experience with the IoTivity code in the OFC lab and see how easy it is to implement this technology into their own products when developing next generation Internet of Things (IoT)-connected devices. In addition, they will have the opportunity to speak with industry experts, learn more about how to certify their products and have the opportunity to use the recently launched developer toolkit.
“IoTivity adoption has been significant since it launched last year and we are aware that developers are eager to learn more,” said Mike Richmond, executive director at the Open Connectivity Foundation. “The IoTivity Developer Day will give developers the complete 360 view on this technology and how they can start taking advantage of it with their products.”
The OCF is also the host sponsor for the OpenIoT Summit and will be exhibiting at booth #121
What: IoTivity Developer Day
Where: Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier, San Diego
When: April 6, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
This developer day comes on the heels of OCF announcing it has new board members from leading technology companies including Microsoft, Qualcomm and Electrolux.
Download this press release here.
About Open Connectivity Foundation
Billions of connected devices (devices, phones, computers and sensors) should be able to communicate with one another regardless of manufacturer, operating system, chipset or physical transport. The Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) is creating a specification and sponsoring an open source project to make this possible. OCF will unlock the massive opportunity in the IoT market, accelerate industry innovation and help developers and companies create solutions that map to a single open specification. OCF will help ensure secure interoperability for consumers, business, and industry. For more information, please visit www.openconnectivity.org.
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Watch this video from Open Connectivity Foundation (formerly known as Open Interconnect Consortium) at CES 2016.
At the Mobile World Congress, the EEBus Initiative and Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) jointly demonstrate with real devices how global interoperability works
February 22, 2016
Mobile World Congress – Barcelona, Spain
Last year two of the leading alliances for a standardized internet of things: The U.S. American Open Connectivity Foundation and the European EEBus Initiative joined forces. On the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona both alliances present for the first time how this collaboration works in real life. The OCF Connectivity concept and the EEBus data model complement each other and can jointly power the interoperability of the IoT in the future. This year’s OCF Booth (IoT Pavilion 8.0C35.) features a live demonstrator showing the interoperability of the EEBus with the presented OCF devices. The demonstrated Use Case shows a Wolf boiler using the smart connection over an Intel Gateway to a Honeywell thermostat, to adapt to the user’s heating preferences. This of course is just one fragment of that what will be feasible within the EEBus-OCF cooperation in the future.
Read the full press release and visit us at booth 8.0C35 in the IoT Pavilion.