WebThings from Mozilla is an open platform for monitoring and controlling devices over the web
“Web of Things” (WoT) is an effort for creating a decentralized Internet of Things by giving Things URLs on the web to make them linkable and discoverable, and defining a standard data model and APIs to make them interoperable.
It is not just another vertical IoT technology stack to compete with existing platforms but is a unifying horizontal application layer to bridge together multiple underlying IoT protocols. The "Web of Things" is built on existing, proven web standards REST, HTTP, JSON, WebSockets and TLS which helps to form a bridge with existing devices so that it can communicate with any device irrespective of the vendor.
The future of connected devices should be more like the open web. The future should be decentralized, and should put the power and control into the hands of the people who use those devices.
Introduction to WebThings
Developing devices to integrate with WebThings
For more information visit https://iot.mozilla.org/