Computex is just over a week away. During the show, I’ll be speaking at a half-day seminar being held by III (Institute for Information Industry) and OCF (Open Connectivity Foundation) aimed at accelerating the development of a common smart home framework for Taiwan.
Building a strong and flexible ecosystem for the design, manufacturing, and deployment of IoT devices is critical for boosting the development of the Taiwan hi-tech industry. OCF has a very important role to play in this with the IoTivity open source framework that enables seamless interoperability between a multitude of IoT devices.
The event takes place on June 1 at Meeting Room #3 of the Taipei World Trade Center. I will post the final program later this week.
OCF will also be present at CES Asia in Shanghai from June 7 to 9. Our booth is located at #Hall N2 /2204 of Shanghai New International Expo Centre and will showcase devices from member companies including Intel, Haier, Beechwoods, and VIA.
Please let me know if you would like to meet at Computex or CES Asia to learn more about the work of the OCF and the work we are doing to accelerate IoT device compatibility.
In addition, OCF will have a booth (#7) at the Automotive Linux Summit taking place at the Tokyo Conference Center Ariake from May 31 to June. Samsung’s IoT software engineer Phillipe Coval will also speak on OCF’s open source framework, IoTivity, and interoperability in the connected car industry, and provide insights on the keys to designing new vehicle-to-everything (V2X) use cases. Should be very interesting!