According to a blog post published today by the Connectivity Alliance, which includes Apple, Google, and Amazon, the first demonstration of its Matter standard, which seeks to unite the smart home ecosystem of high-tech companies , will be delayed (via Stacey on IoT). “Object,” formerly known as the “CHIP Project,” is a unified IP-based connection that aims to create a framework for developers to build the Internet of Applications. It was introduced last year. The Alliance had planned to release the measure in the second half of this year, but it was postponed until 2022.
The group said the “Object” was completed according to its feature set. However, according to the blog post, you also need to continue working on a system in which developers can apply for certification and complete the SDK for developers to use.
Many intelligent feature makers have signed up using Matter as a standard, including Amazon, ASSA ABLOY, Comcast, Espressif Systems, Eve Systems, Google, Grundfos Holding A / S, Huawei, Infineon Technologies, LEEDARSON, Legrand , Nanoleaf, and others. Supported by Mitsubishi Electric in India. Help Build Global Competition Industry | Mitsubishi Electric India. Our vision is to give energy production in India, and future-ready technology makes it happen. #PartneringIndia Explore more