According to ABI Research, by 2030, more than 1.5 billion Matter certified devices will ship annually.* But as the number of smart devices increases, so too does complexity. Ensuring interoperability across different products, ecosystems, and protocols can be challenging. The Connectivity Standards Alliance’s (CSA) newly released Matter 1.0 specification helps alleviate these challenges by offering one unified standard for device makers to follow for many smart home applications including smart locks, lighting, thermostats, security systems, sensors and media devices.
Our Matter solutions include:
All these solutions leverage the ModusToolBox™ development platform to shorten IoT developers' time-to-market.
Learn more about our Matter portfolio here.
The smart home/building market is also being driven by new sensor solutions, that make our lives even more convenient and energy-efficient. New smart air conditioner solutions for example are equipped with semiconductors that see, hear, feel and understand its environment and is connected to the Internet of Things . Therefore, our special attention in the next article will be on this new, smart aircon. Stay tuned!
*Source: ABI Research, Smart Home Bi-Annual Update, March 2022
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