Re: [smartpower-interest] Smart things in stupid networks

Cullen Jennings <> Thu, 28 July 2011 13:38 UTC

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Fred, glad to see this list. I hope you aggregate all this information into a ID. I provided a bit of information inline and one more draft of mine that I would to mention is

Apps Area:

This draft defines a data format for reporting sensor values.

On Jul 28, 2011, at 6:58 , Fred Baker (fred) wrote:

> Core:
> draft-arkko-core-security-arch-00.txt
> draft-arkko-core-sleepy-sensors-01.txt
> draft-braun-core-compressed-ipfix-02.txt
> draft-garcia-core-security-02.txt
> draft-sarikaya-core-sbootstrapping-02.txt

The key core drafts are 


The goal of core is to provide a light weight protocol that sits in the stack in a similar place to HTTP. It can be used to set and retrieve resources on a very light weight constrained device such as a sensor. It also support a pub/sub model to be notified any time the a resource changes. Currently the specification do not do a huge amount to support for sleeping devices but it is a clear goal of many of the participants to get the core protocols to work well with devices that spend most of their time in low power sleep mode. 

> eman:
> draft-jennings-energy-pricing-01.txt

This draft provides a way for a client device such as an electric car to find the future prices of electrical energy so that it adjust the times it wishes to consume energy to charge the car.