Global Industry Leaders Collaborate to Create a Common Standardized Platform for Security and Safety Solutions
SAN DIEGO, March 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Qualcomm Incorporated (QCOM), today announced it has joined the Open Security & Safety Alliance, a collaborative organization that represents leading companies in the security, safety, building automation solutions and associated industries. The goal of the Alliance is to outline specifications for a common standardized platform and to help drive the adoption, guidance and promotion of best practices for new standards and specifications. The aim is to fuel innovation and to develop differentiating security and safety use cases, including those utilizing Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning within on-device edge computing devices like Smart IP Cameras.
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About the Open Security & Safety Alliance
The Open Security & Safety Alliance is a collaboration initiative that brings together like-minded organizations in order to create a framework providing standards and specifications for common components including an operating system, IoT infrastructure, collective approach for data security and privacy, and a drive for improved levels of performance for security and safety solutions. This will help the market and parties involved to focus on the aspects that really add value for their customers and open up new application possibilities, even beyond security and safety. For more information, visit www.opensecurityandsafetyalliance.org.
Pete Lancia, Corporate Communications
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