Google introduces new tools for "smart home" app developers


Google introduces new tools for "smart home" app developers

Developers have access to the tools they need to produce smart home devices, apps, or machines.

Google is always ahead of the curve
The US technology and Internet services giant Google has developed a set of tools for developers of smart home applications, while major companies working in the field of smart home devices intensify their efforts to develop uniform standards under the protocol known as "Matter".

During the conference, which was organized under the name “Google Smart Home Developer Summit”, the company announced new tools and features to help developers provide new applications for devices that will be produced compatible with the Mater protocol for smart home devices, which will serve as a global programming language for home devices connected to the Internet.

The new protocol is scheduled to be launched next year, with support not only from Google, but from other major companies such as Amazon, Apple and Samsung.

Google intends to keep the “Google Home” service with the addition of new things, most notably the “Google Home Developer Center”, which gives developers access to the tools they need to produce smart home devices, applications or machines.

The Developer Center is a one-stop shop for developing anything related to the smart home, offering new tools to help speed up Mater in the smart home.

The Google Home package can help developers quickly build and integrate Mater devices, so they are ready when the standard version launches next year. This also happens when Google commits to update Nast and Android devices with Mater support.

And native Android support, via Google Play Services and the new Google Hawk, provides critical support for mobile devices and apps to help simplify the smart home device.

A smart home system is used in homes where networked devices are used to provide remote monitoring and management of devices and systems such as lighting and heating.

Experts also define smart home technology as “automated homes,” and it provides homeowners with security, convenience, and energy efficiency by allowing them to control it via smart devices, which are often installed on smartphones, tablets or other networked devices.

The smart home includes smart TVs, smart lighting systems, smart thermostats, smart locking systems, smart security cameras and smart cooking utensils.
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