Arduino Nano Matter Board in action Embedded World 2024

We're joined by Tamas from Silicon labs at Embedded World 2024, talking about the collaboration that stands to shape the future of home automation and smart technology. Arduino and Silicon Labs, two giants in the world of technology and innovation, have joined forces to unveil a groundbreaking product: the new Matter version of the Nano board.

The Collaboration Between Arduino and Silicon Labs

Their joint venture has led to the creation of the Matter version of the Nano board, a remarkable development in smart home technology. This new board leverages the Matter protocol, aiming to set a new standard for connectivity, ensuring that devices work seamlessly across different ecosystems and platforms. 

Matter is emerging as the new gold standard in the domain of home automation, enjoying robust support from some of the most influential tech companies in the world, including Apple, Google, and Amazon. This unified, open-source connectivity standard is set to revolutionize the way smart devices interact, ensuring they work seamlessly together across different ecosystems and platforms.

Matter Board

For makers and tech enthusiasts, Matter opens up a world of possibilities. It serves as a gateway to developing their own smart home accessories, enabling them to contribute to a growing ecosystem of interconnected devices. The adoption of Matter by major tech companies not only guarantees broad support but also ensures longevity and compatibility, making it an ideal platform for innovation in smart home technology. By leveraging Matter, makers have the unique opportunity to be at the forefront of home automation, creating devices that enhance everyday life in ways previously imagined only in science fiction.

The Nano Board: A Closer Look

This compact yet powerful board is designed with the future of home automation in mind, integrating seamlessly with the Matter protocol to offer unparalleled connectivity among smart devices.

At Embedded World 2024, the capabilities of the Nano Matter board were put on full display through an engaging demo. This demonstration highlighted the board's ability to control RGB light bulbs, showcasing its ease of integration into smart home ecosystems. Users could effortlessly adjust the brightness and color of the bulbs through a smartphone app or even use voice commands via popular voice assistants. This demo underscored the Nano Board's potential to be at the heart of innovative smart home solutions, providing a glimpse into the future where smart devices are more intuitive, responsive, and user-friendly than ever before.

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