Nest announces iot protocol nest to Weave




Nest iot comes with a proprietary protocol called ‘Nest Weave’. It is intended as a protocol to build a network with low latency in-house. With Weave it should be easier for different devices to communicate with each other without needing wifi.

It announced the company today in a press release. Other manufacturers may also support the protocol in their products after they receive a “works with Nest’ stamp. The protocol is similar in name to earlier this year Google introduced Google Weave, but Nest Weave protocol is not open source. Nest Weave is the proprietary communication protocol that the company already incorporated in its products.

Nest says the delay that occurs between devices that communicate with each other via Weave must be less than 100 milliseconds. The first product Nest in partnership with another company has presented is a lock slot builder Yale, the Yale Linus slot. The associated lock can pass at a distance whether the door is open or closed. Also, several things changed remotely or be controlled, such as changing the PIN, using the Nest app. Since the lock does not work via Wi-Fi, the lock is not dependent on the internet. The lock can also keep a history and stores up to ten days to lock in history.


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