The Internet of Everything (IoE) is here, and Qualcomm is ready.
In our booth at CES, those interested in IoE will find plenty of examples of how technologies from Qualcomm companies are helping create the fabric of the IoE.
Qualcomm is not just connecting “things.” We’re drawing from our expertise of mobile innovation and transforming all kinds of end-devices and access nodes by adding intelligence and advanced functionality into them. We’re supporting these intelligent products with Qualcomm connectivity solutions and AllJoyn™ open source software framework from the AllSeen Alliance
Appliances are getting better at communicating with our smartphones and tablets, but we want appliances to be able to communicate and and interact with other types of appliances…even by across different brands. AllJoyn enables appliances and “things” to do just that. AllJoyn enabled devices can detect each other, notify each other, control each other or even borrow each other’s talents (e.g., an AllJoyn-enabled washing machine uses an AllJoyn-enabled speaker to announce the laundry is done).
In the video above, we demonstrate what these IoE experiences look and feel like. You’ll see how connected devices can work with each other, sharing information with each other and the user. It’s our vision for what your morning can look like, when devices throughout your home is a part of the IoE.
This video is just a small taste of what Qualcomm is doing for the Internet of Everything. In the IoE area of the Qualcomm CES booth, we focus on how Qualcomm connectivity and experiences are advancing smart cities, automobiles, the smart home, wearables, and mobile health.
Visitors will be able to see demonstrations with commercial and soon-to-be commercial connected devices from various companies that discover, connect and communicate with each other, including: tablets, wearables, connected consumer electronics, appliances, health devices, televisions, speakers, lights and even an industrial robot.
Stop by and visit us at CES January 6-9th in the main hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, Central Hall 38252, The Internet of Everything is now open.