Representatives from LEEDARSON and other Zigbee Alliance China Members signed Joint Statement declare their support to the Alliance’s Project CHIP
Internet of Things (IoT) – a global nervous system of networks connecting people, processes, data and things. It allows individual devices to communicate with each other without human interaction and it has been used in the newest technology such as autonomous vehicle, smart home, and self-services market. Don't you like the JARVIS in Ironman? This is the pulse of future.
Smart home are the most domestic and significant face of IoT. In recent years we have become increasingly used to connecting everyday devices in our homes to the internet and to each other to make the places we live more comfortable, economical and safe. This trend is certainly set to continue into the next decade. It is becoming the one of the age of new waves. Recently, Amazon, Apple, Google, and Zigbee Alliance announced the formation of a new working group, Project Connected Home over IP that plans to develop and promote the adoption of a new, royalty-free connectivity standard to increase compatibility among smart home products. This will surely make far-reaching effects of the future of IoT.
As one of the most important foundation and future of the Internet of Things. The Zigbee Alliance has encouraged members from European countries, the US, and China to work together since its inception, and also rely on the members to implement the standards on all continents. With alliance members’ deep and diverse expertise, robust certification programs, and a full suite of open IoT solutions – including the recently announced Project Connected Home over IP – Alliance are leading the movement toward a more intuitive, imaginative, and useful world.
China's smart home market has collaborated closely with Zigbee, meanwhile, it has its unique requirements and development paths. As members of the board of directors of the Zigbee Alliance and leading smart home device manufacturers deeply rooted in the Chinese market, representatives from Leedarson, Wulian, Yunding and Lumi met with the management of the Zigbee Alliance during the biggest technology shows, CES, discussing how Project CHIP will bring a positive impact on Chinese Smart Home ecosystems, industries and, especially, consumers. They also took the opportunity to sign the Joint Statement, declaring their full support and participation to Project CHIP, continuing to launch Zigbee 3.0 products and applications, and implementing the new technology by Project CHIP.
Luke Lin, Group Vice President of Leedarson, said: "LEEDARSON aims at providing products that enhance the lives of their customers and interoperability is at the core to deliver on that value. We have chosen Zigbee to take advantage of its features of interoperability, open, low power and robustness. We have sold to clients all over the world our certified and high-quality products. While the new across-ecosystem technology that Project CHIP is to deliver is bound to bring interoperability to a new level, as a board member of the Zigbee Alliance, we are committed to and willingly support the initiative.”
LEEDARSON is a leading IoT ODM. They specialize in R&D, production, sales of IoT products, LED light sources, LED lamps, and fluorescent energy-saving lamps. Founded in the 1990s in Xiamen, China, LEEDARSON set the goal of becoming the largest lighting IoT supplier in the world. They began connected lighting research in 2011, and the company grew dramatically in the lighting industry through manufacturing light sources, light fixtures, and offering complete lighting solutions. LEEDARSON also continued to grow in the greater IoT, expanding their product lines to gateways, sensors, smart plugs, switches, dimmers, and IP cameras, which constitute a complete smart home solution. Today, they are known as a high-quality, efficient one-stop-shop ODM focused on helping organizations develop proven, reliable, and interoperable smart products for the home automation, entertainment, security, and video surveillance categories.