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The RIOT Summit, co-organised by Inria, will be held on July, 15-16 in Berlin. This is the first summit of the RIOT community set over two days of great talks and tutorials for IoT enthusiasts.
Place : Freie Universität Berlin - Computer Science building - Takustr. 9 - 14195 Berlin, Germany
Guest(s) : Ralph Droms, Carsten Bormann, Tilmann Scheller, Matthias Kovatsch, Krishna Shingala, Ioannis Glaropoulos, Stefan Schmidt, Michael Frey
RIOT is an open source operating system that provides standard protocols for embedded systems.
RIOT allows the development of applications that collect sensor data and transmit it to a central node (e.g. a server). This data can then be used for smart energy management, such as room temperature adjustment.
RIOT is specially designed for embedded systems, which are strongly constrained in memory and energy. Further, RIOT can easily be ported to different hardware devices and follows the latest evolution of IP standards (6LoWPAN, RPL,...)
RIOT applications can readily be tested in the FIT IoT-LAB, which provides a large-scale infrastructure facility with 3000 nodes suitable for remotely testing small wireless sensor devices.
On 7 June, Laurent Massoulié, head of the Infine team at the Inria Saclay – Île-de-France Research Centre and Director of the Microsoft Research - Inria Joint Centre, received the Grand Prix Scientifique Cino Del Duca 2017 , awarded by the French Academy of Sciences. He has won this prestigious science prize for his project on Social Information Networks.
The Networking Networking Women Community (N2 Women) has published the list of the ten women "to watch" in the field of networking and communications (10 Women in Networking / Communications That You Should Watch). Aline Carneiro Viana, member of the INFINE team at the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre, is one of these women who are very active and involved in this research community.
Open Source Innovation Spring 2016
On 3 May at 2 p.m., Emmanuel Baccelli from the INFINE (Inria Saclay Île-de-France research centre) team is set to speak at the conference “Open Source for the Internet of Things”, whose programme he is co-directing. This conference is part of Open Source Innovation Spring 2016.