The Thread Group, an “industry alliance focused on making Thread the foundation for the internet of things (IoT)”, says it has entered into a reciprocal agreement with the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA), a global not-for-profit industry organization “dedicated to the advancement of connected home and intelligent building technologies.”
By SP&T Staff
This agreement focuses on sharing information and working together on issues that matter to both organizations. Specifically, CABA and the Thread Group say they can now establish forums and exchange information on connected home and intelligent building issues and plans, as well as on key topics affecting the development and implementation of home and building automation.
“CABA and the Thread Group are both committed to enhancing interoperability within connected homes and buildings, and we believe that this liaison agreement will enable both organizations to help propel this shared vision forward,” said Grant Erickson, president of the Thread Group. “We’re excited to collaborate with CABA and their membership, and look forward to unlocking new opportunities together.”