Adam, as well as a few other big players in the smart home industry, have submitted a panel proposal for for the 2016 South by Southwest® Music, Film, and Interactive Conferences (SxSW) called "A smart house divided against itself cannot stand" and needs your vote!
Please visit the Panel Picker and give their panel proposal the "thumbs up!" Each vote gets Adam and his fellow IoT thought-leaders closer to being able to present their smart home discussion at this year's SxSW.
Voting ends Friday, September 4th! Vote now!
A smart house divided against itself cannot stand
There is a significant barrier to the Internet of Things. Current products are split by competing standards on the market, creating problems for the interoperability of devices in the home. The question is... who will come out on top? HomeKit, Brillo/Weave, AllJoyn, and OIC are all bursting out with big promises. This session will dive into the differences between these standards, picking apart their individual performances apart from the marketed platform. Manufacturers are dependent upon these standards as stages for the interoperability of their products. Our group is comprised of IoT executives who understand what it’s like to work with standards on getting a product out the door.
- Amongst standards like HomeKit, Brillo/Weave, AllJoyn, OIC and more who will come out on top and emerge as the dominant standard in the smart home?
- How will the elimination and consolidation of standards affect the market for IoT devices and what is still needed to drive the industry forward?
- What is the role of manufacturers and consumers in developing our future as it relates to connected technology?
- Adam Justice Grid Connect Inc.
- Stuart Lombard Ecobee
- Jason Johnson August
- Mark Spates Internet of Things Consortium
Voting ends Friday, September 4th, 2015!