Project connected home over IP is an ambitious attempt to combine Amazon, apple, Google and ZigBee alliance into a unified, open source smart home platform. The organization has just released the latest update of the project. It has been announced that the work of the project is still in progress, its goal is to be released in 2021, and at the same time, it has the first clear concept of what equipment is the target of the standard. < / P > < p > according to a blog post shared by the ZigBee alliance, an organization that includes IKEA, Samsung smartthings and signify / Philips hue, the project is still expected to provide a “draft specification” for the new standard by the end of this year, with full release scheduled for 2021. < / P > < p > in addition, the announcement also clarifies the types of smart home devices for the project, including lighting and electrical (e.g., bulbs, lamps, controllers, plugs, sockets), HVAC Controls (e.g., thermostats, air conditioning units), access control (e.g., door locks, garage doors), safety and security (e.g., sensors, detectors, security systems), window coverings / windows Curtain, TV, access point, bridge, etc. The group is also exploring the integration of additional consumer electronics products. < / P > < p > Project connected home over IP announced in December 2019 that this is a unified standard that will make it easier for device manufacturers to create smart home hardware. The goal is that future devices will be able to easily add support for all three voice assistants – Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and Google’s assistant – at one time. In turn, this will make it easier for you to set up and configure smart home devices with the system of your choice. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”