DOF Technology uses Synchronous and Asynchronous Operations, but we’ve found there’s a bit of confusion about what the differences are between these two types of operations and their sequences. On this page we’ll describe a Synchronous Operation.
Panasonic today announced the release of a cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT) toolkit, continuing the release of technology that began last March. This toolkit contains modular services that can be used to build highly scalable cloud-centric applications and is available either royalty-free for approved open-source projects or through licensing for commercial products. The CST…
The C Data Transfer Source Library provides an API to send data using the OpenDOF protocols to a Data Transfer Sink. This component provides the C libraries for developing applications for transferring arbitrary device/object data.
The Java Object Access Library (OAL) provides a general API developers can use to write software that implements OpenDOF protocols.
To use CMake to build the project, create a directory where the component will be built, and from that directory run the following commands. (Each component will need a different directory.)
The OpenDOF Project relies on patent pledges to manage required intellectual property. Patent pledges are a relatively new innovation and there is not a lot of information available for people that are interested in their use.