In May of this year, we saw a development path with first devices through certification by the end of the year in 2021. With the completion of several test events and forecasting, our members have updated the schedule to reflect a commitment to ensuring that the SDK, and related tools, are ready to meet the expectations of the market when launched and enable a large ecosystem of interoperable Matter products. Our refined plans include ongoing SDK and certification program development in 2H 2021, targeting a “pre-ballot” version of the technical spec available to members at year’s end. In the first half of 2022, we expect to see the SDK released, the first devices through certification, and our formal certification program opening.Tobin Richardson, President & CEO, Connectivity Standard Alliance
The smarthome market is a mess. Incompatible products, lots of proprietary gateways, different architectures, privacy issues. You will need to replace everything in the future, and we can only hope for better interoperability with a standard. I was hoping to see products towards the end of the year, but now Matter is pushed out further into the future.
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Ich hoffe das es ein anerkennen der Realität ist und die Verschiebungen einfach nur zu einer stabilen 1.0 führt.
Und wenn Hardware hier auch eine Rolle spielt (z.B. mind. Anforderungen) dann erst Recht zu erklären.
Hoffentlich *nicht* Schwierigkeiten beim sich einigen auf z.B. privacy
Die augenblickliche Lösung ist HomeAssist [tongue-in-cheek].
How do you find out if someone uses HomeAssist?
— They will tell you!
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