Al Moscone Center in San Francisco Samsung to met with the developers for the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC23), now in its ninth edition. During the conference, the company presented several innovations, including updates to existing services, new features and a special focus on digital health.
Samsung presents software news to developers at SDC23
Samsung has announced news on some of its key platforms, including Bixby, Samsung Knox, SmartThings e Tizen. During the keynote, Samsung presented new ways to create more experiences safe and sustainable through its multi-device ecosystem.
Additionally, it announced new connectivity features SmartThings and from the update of Samsung Knox Matrix, which aims to improve device security. Furthermore, it introduced the new One UI 6, which offers an improved user experience with a new device layout, new custom emojis and advanced features such as photo and video editing.
Samsung SmartThings news at SDC23
Con over 290 million users that have connected compatible products and services, SmartThings is becoming a pillar of the Samsung ecosystem. Among the innovations announced at SDC23 by Samsung, theAPI SmartThings Home Simplifies building apps powered by SmartThings. While l‘API SmartThings Context introduces new ways to leverage artificial intelligence and sensing technology.
Samsung is also integrating the features of SmartThings Hub in a wide range of products, including soundbars and Smart TVs. Furthermore, thanks to the collaboration with AqaraSamsung is working to make smart homes more intuitive and accessible.
Last year Samsung presented Knox Matrix, a blockchain-based security platform designed to protect connected devices and user data. This year, Samsung is enhancing key features of Knox Matrix, includingi Credential Sync e Trust Chainand is bringing Knox Vault to a variety of devices, including televisions Samsung Neo QLED 8K and some Galaxy A series smartphones.
What’s new in Tizen OS and One UI 6
Tizen, Samsung’s operating system, is set to roll out to even more devices, including home appliances with 7-inch screens. The integration of on-device artificial intelligence and Home AI Edge Hub Enables better connection between home devices. Additionally, Tizen offers support for the open-source RISC-V semiconductor architecture and the RUST programming language, allowing developers to create more advanced applications.
The new Samsung’s One UI 6 offers a more personalized and intuitive user experience. With a new quick panel, a Exclusive font called One UI Sans and AI editing tools for photos and videos, Samsung wants to make using smartphones even easier.
The other news
Samsung has shared its commitment to digital health by announcing advanced connectivity-based health solutions. SmartThings and Samsung Food will provide new digital health experiences, while a personalized sleep system will offer better rest. Furthermore, il Samsung Privileged Health SDK will allow developers to create digital health solutions using the Samsung BioActive sensor.
Samsung showcased more security innovations across its product and service ecosystem at the annual Samsung Developer Conference 2023 (SDC23). These innovations include updates to Samsung Knox Matrix with access keys and end-to-end encryption for Samsung Cloud backup and restore dataas well as the expansion of Samsung Knox Vault to a wider range of devices.
Furthermore, Samsung has introduced passkeys as passwordless authenticationimproving safety and convenience. Knox Vault, initially only present on Galaxy flagship devices, will be extended to a wider range of devices, cincluding Galaxy A televisions and smartphones. The Galaxy ecosystem continues to invest in user safety through security measures at every level, from hardware to apps, real-time threat detection and collaborative protection with trusted partners.
All new features announced to developers, to be able to implement safer and more convenient solutions on Samsung devices. More information on the company website.