Smart Cities

IoT Standards Continue on Different Roads to the Same Destination

Australia based digital solutions company Two Bulls has won a development contract with the Linux Foundation to develop Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity on a truly global scale. The company - whose innovative work in the IoT space has also led to a spinout of its smart home-centric Higgns platform – was awarded the 12-month contract to provide developmental resources to the AllJoyn framework. Originally developed by Qualcomm, the open source AllJoyn framework allows smart devices to discover each other and work together regardless of manufacturer. The AllJoyn framework is now overseen by the AllSeen Alliance, an organisation formed in 2013 and backed by dozens of technology heavyweights including Microsoft, Cisco, Sony, Sharp and LG. Two Bulls CEO James Kane credits the contract win to the company’s reputation in the IoT space and its strong ties with the AllSeen Alliance. “Our relationship with the AllSeen Aliance has seen us develop a number of incredible products, […]

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