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Friday, June 5 • 11:30 - 12:20
The OpenDOF Project as an ECHONET Bridge for Smart Homes - Bryant Eastham, Panasonic R&D

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The OpenDOF Project provides a secure, open-source framework for easily building distributed, interoperable systems that include devices, gateways, and cloud services for the Internet of Things. With a consistent, flexible object model these systems include data collection as well as remote control.

One of the key capabilities of the framework is the creation of bridges between different transports and application protocols. The benefit of these bridges is compatibility with other OpenDOF-based cloud services, as well as its security and object model.

This presentation will introduce the OpenDOF Project as well as discuss an existing ECHONET bridge and the technical issues that needed to be resolved in its development. These types of bridges are key to the development of Smart Homes.

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Bryant Eastham

TSC Chair, OpenDOF Project, Inc.
Bryant Eastham has worked in computer networking and system design his entire career, including everything from embedded systems to distributed cloud computing. He started working in robotics and digital control at the University of Utah before he could drive, managed a real 10BASE5 Ethernet network, and learned C on his own from a first edition "white bible". His career has focused on robotic control, sensor networks, real-time graphics, and... Read More →

Friday June 5, 2015 11:30 - 12:20

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