While the AllSeen Alliance brings together big names such as Philips, Two Bulls and Microsoft, it also brings together many organizations, including Oregon State University, based in Corvallis, Ore. Oregon State University’s Center for Applied Systems and Software (CASS) is using AllJoyn® to spread their knowledge of open source and contribute to the project.
Oregon State University has been a proud member of the AllSeen Alliance since 2014. According to their website, “CASS now hosts the Alliance’s AllJoyn Automated Test Suite (AJATS), a collection of hardware on which members run tests for AllJoyn. Because the Alliance is based on open-source development, the OSU’s Open Source Lab (a branch of CASS) proved an ideal neutral location for all the Alliance’s corporate engineers to monitor changes to the code and their impact on the devices.”
In a recent The Register-Guard article titled, “Oregon State University joins world tech leaders to advance ‘Internet of Things’,” University officials shared that “‘[t]his project will provide student employees an opportunity to work with cutting edge software, which will be deployed to millions of devices.’”
Oregon State University isn’t the first academia member to join AllSeen Alliance. Additional members include Brno Institute of Technology and Universita Delgi Studi di Messina. Click here to view the full list of AllSeen Alliance members. The Alliance is proud to have bright students of today contributing to the AllJoyn® framework, and shaping the future of IoT through open source collaboration.