The Open Connectivity Foundation is hosting the “IoT Open House with OCF” on Monday, April 12.

The Open Connectivity Foundation is hosting the “IoT Open House with OCF” on Monday, April 12.
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6/04/2021 – 15:21

The Open Connectivity Foundation is hosting the “IoT Open House with OCF” on Monday, April 12. The virtual open house will offer non-OCF members the opportunity to hear from our IoT experts on how simple it can be to build and deploy secure IoT products. This event is a must-attend for any developers, system designers, OEMs and media to become informed about the various IoT solutions and tools available to unlock IoT’s full potential.
Event Information: OCF 2021 Spring Members Meeting Open Session
Registration is required to join this event. If you have not registered, please do so now.
English : San Francisco Time
 
What if you had the tools and resources to design secure, reliable IoT products that easily communicate with one another via Device-to-Device, Device-to-Cloud and Cloud-to-Cloud communications?
The Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) offers just that. Comprised of 500+ member companies worldwide, OCF utilizes its suite of IoT experts to create proven IoT solutions that make secure, interoperable IoT a reality.
On April 12, OCF is offering a unique opportunity for non-members to join an informational session during the OCF Spring Members Meeting. This session will offer non-members a chance to hear from OCF leadership on OCF’s mission, technology offerings, membership benefits and more.
Session attendees will learn:
• What is OCF? What is OCF’s vision for the IoT?
• What is OCF’s global scope and is there a regional forum near me?
• What IoT device connectivity methods does OCF enable?
• What is the OCF Core Framework?
• What benefits does OCF technology offer?
• How can I get involved with OCF?
Developers, system designers, OEMs, business owners and more are encouraged to join and learn how OCF can help support and advance your IoT strategy.

About OCF:
Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) is a standards organization that develops application-layer IoT protocols, based on the universally supported Internet Protocol (IP), using strong open standards. IoTivity is the open-source reference implementation of the OCF specification. IoTivity provides a framework for device discovery, onboarding, end-to-end security (and optionally, data models), for device-to-device, device-to-cloud and cloud-cloud connectivity. OCF is published as a ISO/IEC specification, and there is a comprehensive certification program in place.

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https://bit.ly/2QzzX6QIoT Council – What the Internet of Things means for societyRead More