Element Materials Technology plans to provide formal certification testing to develop Internet of Things (IoT) standardization.
Element Materials Technology plans to provide formal certification testing to develop Internet of Things (IoT) standardization.

Element Materials Technology says that it has expanded testing services at its lab in California, USA to develop Internet of Things (IoT) standardization.

Member companies of the Zigbee Alliance, which focus on creating, maintaining and delivering open, global standards for the IoT, will now be able to access the testing. Element is a member of the Zigbee Alliance and is an existing authorized testing provider.

The new Zigbee certification testing service will enable members to combine Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTL) mark testing with Zigbee certification testing in one location. Element says it can provide Zigbee pre-testing, protocol testing and certification testing.

Element's IoT testing services cover a range of wireless devices including radios, wi-fi, RFID, ZigBee, Bluetooth and Bluetooth low energy (BLE) devices, for the healthcare and life sciences, consumer and home, energy, buildings transportation, industrials and IT and networks industries.

This story uses material from Element, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.