Demo: Large-scale Sensing, Mobility, and Monitoring with the FIT IoT-LAB Testbed

Abstract : FIT IoT-LAB is a testbed distributed over 7 different sites, 4 hardware platforms, and a total of 2446 nodes. The testbed enables large-scale protocol testing on a wide range of topologies. It offers features such as live interaction with remote nodes, per-node packet sniffers, online energy monitoring, programmable mobility, and per-node public IPv6 addressing, to name a few. In this Demo, we show a webcam view of the testbed with remotely controlled lighting (ceiling LEDs and a mobile robot carrying a torch). A tight grid of 256 sensors will be used to collect light information. We display live updates of the resulting heatmap, live energy profiles and other performance metrics.
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Julien Vandaële, Simon Duquennoy, Nathalie Mitton. Demo: Large-scale Sensing, Mobility, and Monitoring with the FIT IoT-LAB Testbed. EWSN 2017 - International conference on embedded wireless systems and networks, Feb 2017, Uppsala Sweden. ⟨hal-01465395⟩

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