INRIA TECH TALK: VALIDATE YOUR IOT PROTOCOLS WITH THE FIT/IOT-LAB PLATFORM

Are you developing wireless sensor networks? Do you want to check energy consumption, link times or validate the quality of your communication protocols? FIT IoT-LAB allows you to do it simply and quickly.

 

Matthieu Berthomé and Julien Vandaële, research engineers in the FUN team, will present the @FIT_IoTLAB experimentation platform before leading a practical workshop.

Whether you come from the industrial sector, a small business, research or education, gain agility with a faster and cheaper #prototyping of your #IoT applications with FIT_IoTLAB.

They are indeed:

. more than 1500 various wireless sensors,

. located in platforms in Grenoble, Lille, Saclay, Strasbourg, Paris and Lyon,

. can be activated in either highly controlled or real environments such as office buildings,

. associated with automation tools.

They are made available to you in an open and free way for:

. deploy your experiences on your protocols on a large scale and remotely

. analyse your results thanks to debugging and monitoring tools for consumption and radio packages…

The recommended level of expertise to participate in this high point = intermediate

 

The program:

Part 1 – Presentation

9:15 am: Coffee reception
9h30 : Tech Talk : Presentation of FIT from Pierre et Marie Curie University, Inria, CNRS, ITM and Strasbourg University.
FIT IoT-LAB, its equipment and its various services.
Why? Why? What experiments? Examples of experiments carried out.
How to register?
10am: Question and Answer Session
10h10 : Networking over coffee

Part 2 – Platform Getting Started Workshop

10:30 am: Registration required. Come with your laptop charged and deploy your first experience on FIT IoT-Lab.

 

[CONFÉRENCE #IoT, #PROTOTYPAGE #EXPÉRIMENTATION]

Inria Tech Talk / technological conference presented by Inria, the national research institute dedicated to digital technology that connects entrepreneurs to the best of French public research in one place: French Tech Central.

 

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