[Bnbsg] ***SPAM*** 7.21 (5) Demo at IETF 90 Bits-N-Bytes

Emmanuel Baccelli <Emmanuel.Baccelli@inria.fr> Mon, 26 May 2014 20:00 UTC

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Hi Alexa,


The RIOT developer community (www.riot-os.org), is interested in bringing a
demo to IETF90 Bits-N-Bytes.

However, we are a (poor) non-profit, open source community, and we would
like to know if the 10k$ participation fee also applies to our type of
organization.

If so, I guess we'll have to decline, because we have no funds for that.

Else we could bring to IETF90 Bits-N-Bytes a home automation demo featuring
a wide range of heterogeneous IoT hardware (from 16-bit hardware such as
the EZ-Chronos watch, to 32bit hardware such as Arduino or UDOO).

The demo consists in live interaction between:

- the IoT devices on one hand, via multi-hop wireless networking based on a
standard IPv6 protocols stack (6LoWPAN, IPv6, RPL, UDP, CoAP etc.) on top
of the RIOT operating system

- humans on the other hand, who can manipulate various objects featuring
sensors, which then automatically modify the state of the network and some
actuators (e.g. lighting parameters).

Live visualisation of multi-hop wireless network interactions is also
provided to track interaction at the network level.

Let us know,

Best,

Emmanuel