As more and more IoT devices embrace Web technologies, W3C (World-Wide-Web Consortium) launched WoT (Web-of-Things) Working Group with a goal to provide Web-layer interoperability between IoT systems. WoT implementations are applied to both traditional IoT configurations via gateways to cloud, as well as direct, autonomous interworking among heterogeneous devices. Most WoT implementations are expected to be executed in embedded systems such as microcontrollers.
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Date: 31 March, 2017
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