While the Internet of Things has started to become useful, many are still freaked out about devices not working well together and becoming security liabilities. The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) will attempt to address both of those concerns via its new IoT Testing Services.
Test services will apply to devices for homes, industrial networks, smart cities and connected cars, according to UNH-IOL. What’s more, testing will be offered for the IPv6 Forum’s IPv6 Ready IoT Logo in the spring.
Not only will UNH-IOL test for whether IoT devices can communicate with one another, but also for whether their security functionality is in sync.
A slew of efforts have emerged to get IoT device, software and networking vendors on the same page. Among them: