SODA: 6TiSCH Open Data Action

Abstract : Industrial-grade performance of wireless networks has become a reality of the open Internet of Things through a low-power wireless technology called 6TiSCH. A standardization group of the same name within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has been working on a zero-configuration, IPv6-enabled solution applicable to industrial monitoring and control, smart building, home, city and agriculture. The base standardization work is virtually done. Before different stakeholders invest significant resources in developing and deploying 6TiSCH-based solutions, they need to have a certain level of assurance about whether the technology indeed meets their requirements. An unbiased performance benchmark of a standards-compliant 6TiSCH solution is therefore required by the industry, the research community and the standardization group. 6TiSCH Open Data Action (SODA) is a research project that will provide a 6TiSCH benchmark and open datasets in different industry-relevant scenarios. SODA will automate the experimentation on these scenarios so benchmarking can remain up-to-date with changes to the standards, and facilitate comparison with future technological developments, resulting in continuous delivery benchmarking. This paper introduces the SODA project and seeks community involvement on the definition of scenarios and Key Performance Indicators, and on the usage of the tools that will be provided.
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Malisa Vucinic, Milica Pejanovic-Djurisic, Thomas Watteyne. SODA: 6TiSCH Open Data Action. CPSBench 2018 - International Workshop on Benchmarking Cyber-Physical Networks and Systems, Apr 2018, Porto, Portugal. ⟨hal-01730483⟩

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