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Taiwan and France will work together on the Internet of Things where many applications offer significant opportunities for collaboration and transfer.
The CeBIT 2014 Computer Trade Show
At the occasion of CeBIT (the largest computer trade show in the world, held from March 10th to 14th in Hanover, Germany), Emmanuel Baccelli, researcher at Inria and invited professor at the Freie Universität in Berlin, will present the RIOT operating system, which has been specially designed for the Internet of Things.
Rencontre Inria - Industrie
The revolution of the Internet of Things needs optimum mobile networks. It is essential to have methods and tools to evaluate them in real context.
Rencontre Inria - Industrie
TELECOM Bretagne / Institut MINES-TELECOM - Architecture for Long-Range Radio-based Internet of Things
We will demonstrate a prototype of a long-range radio-based platform for the Internet of Things. From architectural perspective, we provide an adaptation of standard Internet technologies to the world of constrained devices. This architecture allows for the management of mobile objects, taking care of network registration, localization, and so forth. In addition, it is adapted to bidirectional communication over a low-throughput, multi-operator, licence-free radio technologies. Finally, we demonstrate the necessary hardware allowing for fast prototyping of such networks.
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GS1 recently formalised the EPCglobal ONS 2.0 standard, a worldwide standard for the Internet of Objects. Its aim is to meet the geopolitical challenges that underpin the sector. The Inria Fun team, of the Lille - Nord Europe Research Centre, participated in the studies which formed the basis of its definition.
Nathalie Mitton, head manager of Fun Team, participate as speaker at the 10th European e-Accessibility Forum will be held at Cité des sciences et de l'industrie, Paris.
Place : Cité des sciences et de l'industrie, Paris.
Internet of things
Last September, when a container disappeared from the Port of Montreal, it took two days to find it... by which time it had been emptied of its load of silver ingots worth 10 million dollars. If this container had been equipped with the device created by TRAXENS in collaboration with the Fun project team of Inria Lille - North Europe, this expensive misadventure might have been able to be avoided.
After the first FIT IoT-LAB workshop last year in Grenoble, which hosted 70 attendees, we propose a second edition in Lille on October 14 & 15, 2015.
Designed as a test-bed for the technologies underlying the Internet of Things, the FIT IoT-Lab was officially opened at Inria Lille – Nord Europe.The lab will provide an innovative new infrastructure for researchers and manufacturers.
- Internet of things
- Connected objects
- Fun project team
- Sensor networks
- Internet of tomorrow
- Internet of the future
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.