Dates: 6-10 December 2021 Topic: Low-Power Wireless Collaboration with: Thomas Watteyne
Wireless-Sensor Network Topology Optimization in Complex Terrain: A Bayesian Approach. Carlos A. Oroza, Jairo Giraldo, Masood Parvania, Thomas Watteyne. IEEE Internet of Things Journal, Vol 8, Issue 24, pp. 17429-17435, December 2021.
The current IoT market has a place for applications for short range radios and for long range radios. Standardized protocol stacks and physical layers are adopted for each domain, such as BLE and ZigBee for short-range IoT networks and LoRaWAN and SigFox for long-range IoT networks. The research by the…
Coordinating a Swarm of Micro-Robots under Lossy Communication. Razanne Abu-Aisheh, Francesco Bronzino, Myriana Rifai, Lou Salaun, Thomas Watteyne. ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys), Workshop on Nanoscale Computing, Communication, and Applications (NanoCoCoA), Coimbra, Portugal, 15-17 November 2021.
The goal of the AEx SDMote project is to develop a software-reconfigurable wireless hardware platform, consisting of a low-power FPGA running a RISC-V soft core and a wide-band wireless transceiver. This entire battery-powered embedded platform is open-source. AEx SDMote is the next-generation IoT hardware that empowers the research community to…
A Temperature-Compensated BLE Beacon and 802.15.4-to-BLE Translator On A Crystal-Free Mote. Titan Yuan, Filip Maksimovic, Brad Wheeler, David Burnett, Lydia Lee, Thomas Watteyne, Kris Pister. European Microwave Week (EuMW), London, UK, 10-15 October 2021.
YSF: 6TiSCH Scheduling Function Minimizing Latency of Data Gathering in IIoT. Yasuyuki Tanaka, Pascale Minet, Malisa Vucinic, Xavier Vilajosana, Thomas Watteyne. IEEE Internet of Things Journal, October 2021.
DotBot is a cm-scale, easy-to-use micro-robot for education and research purposes. This is an open source hardware and software project. Our goal is to make robotics fun, accessible and affordable for students everywhere. Details at www.dotbots.org.
Surviving the Hair Dryer: Continuous Calibration of a Crystal-Free Mote-on-Chip. Tengfei Chang, Thomas Watteyne, Brad Wheeler, Filip Maksimovic, David C. Burnett, Kris Pister. IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 26 August 2021.
Dates: 13-Sep-2021 – 10-Oct-2021 Topic: DotBot platform Collaboration with: Thomas Watteyne