The new standard enables native LON communication over any IP transport, as well as interoperability with IP-based web services to allow building and industrial automation systems to securely interoperate with cloud and IoT applications.
Through the recent acquisition of Echelon Corporation, Adesto has worked with with other LonMark International members to drive development of the new LON IP protocol, which describes the requirements for users, developers, vendors, integrators and specifiers of open building and industrial control systems to develop LON devices with native IP transport.
As building and industrial control networks must handle ever-expanding datasets and additional IoT application interfaces, IP communications can provide higher speeds, greater bandwidth and increased flexibility.
Adesto is also working on a variety of ways to support the LON IP standard, including multi-protocol smart transceiver chipsets and open MQTT based web services protocol and rich APIs, as well as edge servers and network interfaces that provide connectivity from IP cloud services to a variety of control protocols.
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