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Subject: RE: [obix] RE: Press release of OBIX documents

OK. Current version: One more round of comments.

Specification Overview:

OBIX v1.1 provides the core information model (expressed as an XDM) and
interaction pattern for interactions with building control systems, or any
control systems. The document specifies an object model used for
machine-to-machine (M2M) communication which we name the Open Building
Information eXchange (OBIX). It also describes the default XML encoding for
OBIX. A normative XML schema (XSD) is included. 

Encodings for OBIX: Common Encodings v1.0 specifies different encodings for
OBIX objects adhering to the OBIX object model. The OBIX specification
provides the core information model and interaction pattern for
communication with building control systems. Specific implementations of
OBIX must choose how to encode OBIX Information. The core specification
describes an XML encoding, which is used in all examples in that document.
This specification describes common encodings, which include XML, binary,
CoAP, EXI, and JSON. 

Bindings for OBIX: REST Bindings v1.0 specifies REST bindings for OBIX. The
document describes the REST Binding, an interaction pattern that can be used
in conjunction with the common encodings (XML, EXI, CoAP, and JSON) as well
as other encodings that may be specified elsewhere. 

Bindings for OBIX: SOAP Bindings v1.0 specifies SOAP protocol bindings for
OBIX. The document describes the SOAP Binding and includes a WSDL artifact. 

Bindings for OBIX: WebSocket Bindings v1.0 specifies WebSocket protocol
bindings for OBIX. OBIX WebSocket Bindings are of particular interest to
consumer electronics and smart televisions. MQTT, a protocol of growing
acceptance in the Internet of Things (IoT), is considered a variant of

"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems." 
-- Ed Crowley

Toby Considine
TC9, Inc.
Phone: (919)619-2104
Chair, OASIS OBIX Technical Committee
Chair, OASIS WS-Calendar Technical Committee
Editor, OASIS Energy Market Information Exchange (EMIX) 
Editor, OASIS Energy Interoperation
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