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Reprogramming Low-end IoT Devices from the Cloud

Abstract : The Internet of Things (IoT) consists in a variety of smart connected objects, among which a category of low-end devices based on micro-controllers. The orchestration of low-end IoT devices is not straightforward because of the lack of generic and holistic solutions articulating cloud-based tools on one hand, and low-end IoT device software on the other hand. In this paper, we describe such a solution, combining a cloud-based IDE, graphical programming, and automatic JavaScript generation. Scripts are pushed over the Internet and over-the-air for the last hop, updating runtime containers hosted on heterogeneous low-end IoT devices running RIOT. We demonstrate a prototype working on common off-the-shelf low-end IoT hardware with as little as 32kB of memory.
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Emmanuel Baccelli, Joerg Doerr, Ons Jallouli, Shinji Kikuchi, Andreas Morgenstern, et al.. Reprogramming Low-end IoT Devices from the Cloud. CIoT 2018 - 3rd Cloudification of the Internet of Things Conference, Jul 2018, Paris, France. ⟨10.1109/ciot.2018.8627129⟩. ⟨hal-01960405⟩

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