Open Translator to boost Internet of Things

April 7, 2016 3:02 pm | Updated 5 years ago.

Microsoft develops OpenT2T (Open Translators to Things) to allow interoperability to the Internet of Things. Appliances generally run on individual software, written in different coding languages. Open T2T will help programmers to come together to help in the creation of a programming app that will control multiple devices. The crux of this entire system is known as Schemas. Schemas are popular for culminating various categories of devices into one cohesive thing. Microsoft envisages bringing together all the different languages and gradually breaking them down into one thing.

Microsoft aims to empower application developers to write codes which are accessible across similar devices. This app will bolster the Internet of Things and it could soon turn mobile devices and desktops into intelligent hubs. Microsoft also invites developers to join in and review the code demo video to make this open source project a success.


Date of Publication: April 5, 2016