Best IoT-driven Home Automation Protocols
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If you own a talking virtual assistant like Alexa, a wearable device like FitBit or a smart television, you are already experiencing IoT at fundamental levels. Though these standalone devices don’t make up for an IoT based home automation solution, they still communicate with each other for data and insights.

Generally, brand manufacturers have their own distinct operating protocols for their range of products and services, where the language of one device wouldn’t be understood by another device, or data interoperability would simply be restricted and more.

If you’ve opted for a complete home automation system from one single brand, where your entire house is automated with relevant gadgets like smart doorbells, smart surveillance systems, smart illumination and more, companies ensure a standard operating protocol is established for streamlined communication and presentation through relevant IoT solutions.


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