It is now 2019, marking the beginning of another year sure to be packed full of technological advancements. Experts have begun making speculations regarding technology trends for the new year, and one thing is for certain across the board: IoT technology is advancing at a fast pace and becoming more commercially available. The question is, how will small buildings fit into the IoT space in 2019?
The Open Connectivity Foundation’s Korea forum has shown significant progress since its initial launch in the spring of 2017. The OCF Korea forum (OCFK) was established by OCF member companies Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, ETRI, TTA, and KASH to disseminate OCF technology and standards in the region.
The OCF Korea forum currently has 46 member companies in Korea, so the need for a forum in the region became apparent.
The Forum’s principal objectives are to build the OCF ecosystem through spreading certified products into the marketplace – as well as to provide technical support and testing/certification support. It also aims to provide a way for Korean companies to overcome … [Read More]
If you’ve purchased a new vehicle in the past decade, chances are it is … [Read More]
According to data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there are 990.8 million physician office visits every year in the US alone, with over half of those visits made to primary care physicians. For every 100 people there are more than 300 visits to the doctor annually, and nearly 40 hospital outpatient visits. One can only imagine the numbers on a global scale.
With the number of doctor and hospital visits growing each year, appointments often must be scheduled weeks or months in advance, exam rooms are frequently overbooked, medical staffing resources are stretched thin, and waiting room … [Read More]
The security of Internet of Things devices has always been one of the top priorities of the Open Connectivity Foundation. As more devices come online every day, the amount of cybersecurity risks continues to climb – from privacy issues to theft of personal data.
That’s why OCF is … [Read More]