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

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.

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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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