Zigbee Writes a Universal Language for IoT


The nonprofit Zigbee Alliance today unveiled dotdot, a universal language for the Internet of Things (IoT).

The group says dotdot takes the IoT language at Zigbee’s application layer and enables it to work across different networking technologies.

This is important because currently, most IoT devices don’t speak the same language, even if they use the same wireless technology. The result is an Internet of Things that is often a patchwork of translations done in the cloud. And platform and app developers must maintain a growing set of unique interfaces for each vendor’s products.

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