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OpenWiNo: An Open Hardware and Software Framework for Fast-Prototyping in the IoT

Abstract

The Internet of Things promises an always-connected future where the objects surrounding us will communicate in order to make our lives easier, more secure, etc. This evolution is a research opportunity as new solutions must be found to problems ranging from network interconnection to data mining. In the networking community, innovative solutions are being developed for the Device Layer of the Internet of Things, which includes the IoT wireless protocols. In order to study their performance, researchers turn more often to real world platforms, commonly designated by the term "testbeds", on which they may implement and test the protocols and algorithms. This is even more important in the Industrial IoT field, where environments are perturbed by industrial systems like automated production systems. In this paper, after a brief presentation of the context of testbeds, we introduce WiNo and OpenWiNo, an open hardware and software framework for fast-prototyping in the field of the Internet of Things. Compared to existing platforms, the solution WiNo+OpenWiNo offers a wide array of Physical layers and easy integration of various sensors as it is developed as part of the Arduino ecosystem. It also allows research teams to easily and quickly deploy their own testbed into real environments.
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hal-01531167 , version 1 (01-06-2017)

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  • HAL Id : hal-01531167 , version 1
  • OATAO : 16943

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Adrien van den Bossche, Réjane Dalcé, Thierry Val. OpenWiNo: An Open Hardware and Software Framework for Fast-Prototyping in the IoT. 23rd International Conference on Telecommunications (ICT 2016), May 2016, Thessaloniki, Greece. pp. 1-6. ⟨hal-01531167⟩
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