Since the original launch, ZOI has grown exponentially and we are excited to welcome its latest member, General Dynamics Mission Systems, an American aerospace, and defense corporation that provides mission-critical solutions to those who lead, serve and protect the world we live in.
DSR Corporation, a leader in wireless technologies globally, is joining the Connectivity Standards Alliance Member Group China (CMGC). The CMGC is a branch of the Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA), formerly Zigbee Alliance, designed to promote and achieve smart home device interoperability in China by harmonizing technology standards and ecosystems. By joining, DSR will contribute its extensive wireless protocol development expertise around Zigbee and Matter to the development of the CMGC.
DSR Corporation has been selected by TAIYO YUDEN as their software partner for TAIYO YUDEN WIRELESS MODULE based solutions. The partnership is intended to help clients of TAIYO YUDEN ease their go-to-market process.
The ioXt Alliance recently announced their first round of IoT product certifications including DSR Corporation's Flyfish Gateway and products from Google, T-Mobile, and Silicon Labs among others.
Due to the pandemic situation, DSR Corporation took the entrance testing for our annual Practical Training program online. More than 200 students registered for entrance into our training program, which will be taught online this year by DSR’s experienced software engineers. The number of students who took the entrance exam this year was almost double that of last year.
DSR Corporation announces that Rafael Micro, a fabless IC/IP design company in Taiwan focusing on high-end RF technology and wireless IoT connectivity, has officially joined the ZBOSS Open Initiative (ZOI), a first of its kind community of companies working on a common Zigbee® PRO software platform, ZBOSS, with a goal to overcome, together, the challenges around interoperability, security, testing, and optimization of Zigbee®-enabled products and solutions.
DSR Corporation announces that Nordic Semiconductor, a global leader in short range wireless and low power cellular IoT technologies, has joined the ZBOSS Open Initiative (ZOI), a community of companies with a shared understanding of the necessity to have a common Zigbee® PRO software platform to overcome, together, the challenges around interoperability, security, testing, and optimization of Zigbee®-enabled products and solutions.
Nordic nRF52833 SoC based on DSR ZBOSS v3.3 firmware has been officially certified by the Zigbee Alliance as compliant with Zigbee PRO 2017 (R22) specifications. The chip has successfully completed the Zigbee Compliant Platform Certification Program’s extensive testing. The manufacturer has been granted the right to use the “Zigbee Compliant Platform” term and all associated logos.
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Undoubtedly the world’s largest consumer electronics show, CES is a great indicator of where the IoT market is heading and what we can expect to see in the coming 2-3 years. Out of about 4500 exhibitors at CES 2020, more than 1000 companies were “internet of things” related, including smart home and city solution providers, wearables vendors, sensors, biometrics, and vehicle automation firms. The DSR team attended the show, and we are excited to share some of our impressions.
DSR was excited to meet with the Open Security and Safety Alliance (OSSA) in Singapore. This was great opportunity to learn more about the members and initializes of this group.
DSR Corporation was honored to once again sponsor the Zigbee Alliance Member Social at CES 2020. The night was filled with great and productive conversation over drinks and hors d'oeuvres.
DSR Corporation announces the launch of a community for Zigbee® PRO software platform, ZBOSS Open Initiative (ZOI), which aims to provide a collaboration for IoT market players with a proven, reliable, and highly interoperable Zigbee® software protocol stack, along with the required development tools and infrastructure to establish a solid ground for effective joined work on the unified Zigbee® PRO software platform.
Nearly 1.6 billion smart home devices will be shipped in 2023, thanks to the market’s double-digit growth, according to IDC’s latest forecast. Affordable and easy-to-use solutions drive the adoption of new technology that makes our houses and offices more intelligent, comfortable, and eco-friendly. One such device is the Zigbee Dongle Gateway Enabler (Z-Gate USB Dongle) by DSR Corporation. All you need is a slick and lightweight USB-stick and an Android-powered set-top box (STB) or smart TV.
DSR was proud to support the 2019 Russian Internet Forum, one of the major IT events in Russia, with over 5000 registered attendees this year. The forum agenda addressed such topics as blockchain usage in everyday life, starting you career in IT, mobile development, UX/UI development, and other areas of expertise from 110 speakers. DSR Corporation was on the RIF program committee for the first time this year. Four of the company’s employees shared their extensive experience as speakers in the following areas: Blockchain and self-sovereign identity, IoT QA automation, and starting a successful career in IT.
For eight years running, DSR Corporation and Voronezh State University have partnered to provide free training for future programmers and experienced developers who want to grow their skill set and knowledge base. Under the guidance of hardened IT veterans from DSR, anyone can establish a solid theoretical basis in C, grow their knowledge of Java applications, delve into the world of C++, master world-class QA practices, and gain exciting, practical knowledge of cutting-edge IoT and embedded systems technologies.
Home automation is a cutting-edge solution to make our houses more comfortable, energy-efficient, and secure. The global smart home market is forecast to grow to 53.45 billion U.S. dollars by 2022 and one of the key drivers of home automation adoption is easy-to-install and easy-to-use solutions like UK-based Wondrwall.
Most think of it for securing cryptocurrency transactions, but blockchain is making great progress toward practical applications in a whole new variety of industries – from healthcare to supply chain management. Due to its’ decentralized nature, blockchain is one of the most efficient ways to protect users’ privacy while keeping access control solutions convenient and secure. DSR Corporation’s engineers have created a demo video showcasing a blockchain IoT security scenario using the ZigBee IoT stack.
DSR was proud to announce the NEW Z-Gate Dongle, created with our hardware partners, at this year's IBC in Amsterdam. This USB stick transforms existing STB boxes or routers into Zigbee Smart Home Gateways. This dongle works with an ecosystem of more than 200 Zigbee devices from 40 Zigbee device manufacturers.
We were excited to visit CEDIA this year to see all of the latest smart home innovation in our own, Denver backyard. It was good to see our Flyfish Gateway in use with Legrand products at their booth and to see all of the new IoT innovations on display.
DSR sponsored the Zigbee Alliance Member Meeting in Porto. It was a pleasure to have the ZA come together in one of our own backyards. We are always excited about the growth of the IoT ecosystem. CEO Anatoli Pechkov received an award on behalf of Kip Meacham for DSR’s contribution as thought leaders within Zigbee Alliance and the greater ecosystem.
DSR Corporation (DSR) today announces its partnership with Nordic Semiconductor, to bring the power of Zigbee to more developers around the world. DSR’s ZBOSS 3.0 Zigbee 3.0 software stack is now a part of the Nordic Semiconductor offering for the multiprotocol nRF52840 SoC, formally certified by the Zigbee Alliance back in September 2018 as a Zigbee 3.0 compliant platform.
iUnit company successfully enters the home automation market with an IOT solution from DSR. The basis of this solution is a combination of ZigBee 3.0 and HA 1.2 devices with a stack of ZigBee wireless protocols.
Large private Greek utility company, SMART + WATT, has entered the home automation market with DSR's SmartWatt IoT solution.
DSR Corporation has been held over by the ZigBee® Alliance to again showcase the seamless interoperability available through ZigBee wireless standards.
Denver, Colorado, January 19, 2016 – DSR Corporation (DSR), a US based software company and industry leader for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, is pleased to announce the official release of ZigBee® 3.0 support for IEEE 802.15.4 wireless firmware. The ZigBee 3.0 standard was recently ratified by the ZigBee Alliance in December 2015. This new support is the latest revision of the industry-proven DSR ZigBee stack product branded ZBOSS, originally released in 2009. ZBOSS 3.0 is part of DSR’s IoTicity™ portfolio of products and services supporting numerous IoT applications and development efforts.
Las Vegas, Nevada: DSR Corporation, a US based software development company, has been tapped by the ZigBee® Alliance to showcase the seamless interoperability available through ZigBee via the development of a 10’ x 10’ Connected Home display wall at CES 2016. The display wall will feature certified ZigBee home automation products from numerous manufacturers located around the world, including Bosch, Centralite, FeiBit, Legrand, OSRAM, Philips, Ubisys, and Xinghuoyuan Group.
The term “smart lightning” is widely known nowadays, though the history of the technology dates back to the late 90’s. The first solutions were quite primitive. About 20 years ago light timers connected to outdoor lamps started to be used to turn them on and off at certain times, and this solution might have been called “smart”. 5 years later, with the introduction of motion sensors, lighting systems became more complex and evolved. Half a decade later, motion sensors have combined with daylight sensors to switch the light on only when it is dark.
In Part 1, we covered the history of smart lighting technologies and key milestones in the industry. Today we are going to focus on the advantages of LED, which led to explosive growth in the smart lighting ecosystem, and also take a sneak peek into the future.
If you want to keep in touch with the newest trends in embedded systems, Nuremberg Embedded World is the right place for you. In order to heighten your expectations, we want to share our impressions on the latest event.
DSR Corporation announces its partnership with Nordic Semiconductor. DSR’s ZBOSS 3.0 Zigbee 3.0 software stack is part of the Nordic offering for the multiprotocol nRF53840 SoC. ZBOSS software was formally certificated by the Zigbee Alliance in September of 2018 as a Zigbee 3.0 compliant platform.
A bit of history — the creation of Zigbee standard required a lot of effort, time and knowledge to construct. Dotdot is an alias for ZCLIP, which stands for Zigbee Cluster Library (ZCL) over IP. It is about exposing ZCL functionality to the IP world, in contrast to classic Zigbee that is always isolated from IP networks and requires a Zigbee gateway to connect Zigbee mesh with the outer world. This would become a bridge between IoT and other networks. Different manufacturers have Zigbee Gateway solutions mostly for connectivity of Zigbee network with cloud.
Every year we make our way to CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas for the annual consumer electronics exhibition. Imagine over 4,500 vendors presenting new ideas and technological developments spread across an entire week — it really does give a whole new meaning to the city of lights. CES presents a great opportunity to meet like-minded individuals in similar fields, or different, helping catch new ideas, contacts, and ideas – it’s wonderful here.
Every year CES is the culmination of the latest and greatest in technology and invention. From TVs to cars, cellphones to virtual reality, industrial grade hardware to watches and players, everything is competing for consumer attention and it’s barely possible for a person to see everything displayed. CES 2016 was all about TVs, virtual reality and drones. 2017, while still following last year’s trend, moved towards the Smart Home, Smart Appliances, and Artificial Intelligence (AI). The entire IoT industry was there: starting from end-to-end solutions to wireless connectivity chips and platforms. This includes the well-positioned ZigBee Alliance booth, which included the products showcase powered by DSR with an impressive 105 products from 30+ companies for both Residential and Commercial markets.
Another CES has come and gone. The wheels have touched down, and you are likely back home. You and your team have refueled with a few well deserved, solid nights of sleep and it’s now time to reflect on what made CES 2016’ special. Let’s highlight one of the exciting moments; the ZigBee Alliance announcement of ZigBee 3.0.
Interoperability is a buzzword that we hear often when talking about wireless protocols, including ZigBee. Being an already trusted but still young standard, ZigBee itself can raise many questions when reading the official documentation. However, that is not the topic of this blog. With over a decade of experience in wireless communications software development and 7 years working closely with ZigBee, we have seen many cases where although the specification gives adequate description, developers invent their own bicycle. Our extensive experience integrating and working with a large number of sensors from different manufacturers provided us the valuable insight we are sharing in this blog.
DSR has been a regular attendee and a recent exhibitor at CES. Every year there is a little bit of a familiar and a lot of new. With 170,000 attendees and thousands of innovative products in every possible market segment now or soon to be available for end user consumption, CES draws consumers and customers from around the globe. The world continues to evolve and CES highlights creative implementation of technology.