Dependable Networking, Low-Power Wireless and Micro-Robotics
Dependable Networking, Low-Power Wireless and Micro-Robotics

Inria-AIO is a leading research team in low-power wireless communications. The team is designing Tomorrow's Internet of (Important) Things. It pushes the limits of low-power wireless mesh networking by applying them to critical applications such as robotics, industrial control loops, with harsh reliability, scalability, security and energy constraints. Inria-AIO co-chairs the IETF 6TiSCH and IETF LAKE standardization working group and co-leads Berkeley's OpenWSN project. Inria-AIO is heavily involved in real-world applications, and oversees over 1,000 sensors deployed on 3 continents for smart agriculture, smart city and environmental monitoring applications. The team's research program is organized around 5 pilars: Smart Dust, Low-Power Wireless Networking, Security in Constrained Systems, Swarm Robotics and Vehicle Area Networking. The team is associated with Prof. Pister's team at UC Berkeley, working on Smart Dust.

Centre(s) inria
Inria Paris Centre


Team leader

Anne Mathurin

Team assistant