15 Sep. (Portaltic/EP) –
Google and Apple already offer developers the necessary frameworks to incorporate smart home products based on the standard open Matterwhich is expected to be available in the fall.
Google has enabled this Wednesday the Google Home developer consolefor now in the Developer Preview program, which allows create connected home projects with products that support the Matter standard.
This platform is accompanied by two software development kits (SDK), with which developers can, on the one hand, create and integrate smart home devices and, on the other hand, work on Android applications for these devices.
For its part, Apple has launched the beta of iOS 16.1 and iPadOS 16.1 for developers, which among the novelties allow the creation of a profile to be able to link Matter accessories.
With these betas, a new menu of Matter accessories is included in the settings of iPhone and iPad devices. As shared by the chief editor of the specialized media ZolloTech, Aaron Zolloand collected The Vergethis menu shows the list of products added to “a connected service”.
Matter is an open standard for the connected home, with which the technology industry seeks to build an ecosystem that allows the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) products from different manufacturers, such as thermostats, cameras, locks, lights, switches and other sensors, in order to avoid user confusion due to the use of different ecosystems, such as those of Google, Apple and Amazon.
Although both Google and Apple are preparing to incorporate devices with the Matter standard, their official arrival It has been delayed to falldespite the fact that it was initially expected for the summer, due to the fact that the validation process had not been completed.