A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
For questions relating to mobile IoT applications running on tablets smartphones and the like no matter their OS. Please make sure that the IoT component of the question is paramount otherwise conside…
For questions about the WebSocket protocol, as defined by the W3C. Do not use this tag for questions regarding normal TCP sockets - consider using [sockets] instead.
The Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) is a specialised web transfer protocol for use with constrained nodes and constrained networks in the Internet of Things. The protocol is designed for mac…
For questions relating to IoT networking questions when employing the IEEE 802.3 ethernet standard.
For questions regarding the use of Apple's iOS operating system in an IoT environment
For questions related to Google Chromecast, an audio/visual streaming device for locally connecting computers to televisions.
for questions about Industry 4.0, the application of IoT to the manufacturing environment by extensive use of transparency generating connected devices and cyber-physical systems.
For questions about voice recognition in the IoT domain. This is about the actual voice recognition. If the question is about voice recognition using assistants like the Amazon Echo/Alexa, Siri or Goo…
track the location of something; typically a device containing a GPS receiver and a cellular modem. Also for inverse tracking of objects as they move, but not for g…
For questions about automated or manual tests to verify the safety, security and functionality of Internet of Things devices. For software testing, consider asking at Software Engineering Stack Exchan…
For questions about authentication (proving who you say you are). Use this tag for both humans authenticating to machines and machine-to-machine authentication.
For questions about products from the Logitech Harmony family and how they can be interfaced with other IoT or smart home components.
For questions about any version of Microsoft Windows. For questions about Windows 10 IoT, use the tag [microsoft-windows-iot] instead - this tag should be used for the desktop version specifically.
For questions about IoT solutions that use Near Field Communication to communicate between elements. If you are not sure about the protocols in use, use tag [protocols].
For questions about smart assistants in general (e.g. Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, etc). Where the question is focused on one specific device, use that tag instead of [smart-assistants].
For questions regarding the use of REST (Representational State Transfer) in an IoT context.
powered in general, where that is the primary purpose of the question.
For questions about open source hardware or software in the Internet of Things. For general open source questions, consider asking at Open Source Stack Exchange or Stack Overflow.
For questions about universal serial bus (USB) sockets and the protocol related to USB. Use this tag for questions regarding USB charging, data exchange, or any other application of USB.
For devices known as smart watches, especially those which can be connected to other devices (e.g. the Apple Watch). For wearable 'smart devices' in general, consider using the [wearable] tag.
For questions about the openHAB home automation platform and its integrations with other devices such as thermostats, smart speakers and switches.
For questions about the Android Things platform (formerly Project Brillo), including hardware and SDK questions.
a widely used interpreted, high-level, general-purpose programming language with many excellent libraries to extend its core functionality.
For questions about Internet Protocol addresses, both IPv4 and IPv6, and how they can be applied to IoT devices.
For questions related to how Transport Layer Security (TLS) can provide privacy and data integrity between IoT applications or devices. Also, practical usages of TLS in current IoT applications can be…
For questions regarding the use of Google's IoT Core managed service.
For questions about the Amazon IoT Button, a programmable variant of the Amazon Dash Button that can connect to AWS IoT.
For questions about issues specific to the deployment of many devices. This includes identification, customer identification, and to a lesser extent device management.