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  • 1. HTML5 Web-app6LoWPAN Power metersopen-hardwareShield Smart campus IEEE 802.15.4 Visualisation IPv6 Arduino sensorAlexander PelovLaurent ToutainBaptiste GaultierNicolas Montavont
  • 2. The Internet Of Things Source: Zach Shelby, Carsten BormannDépartement RSM
  • 3. Polymorphic Internet DTN WSN Internet PAN ITSpage 3 Département RSM
  • 4. SmarTB   Project started in early 2011   Goal :design and develop an electric measurement system   Monitor and control the energy consumption of the campus   Each power plug of the site will be equipped with a sensor to monitor the consumed electricity   The collected power values are sent over an IEEE 802.15.4 wireless mesh network – over an IPv6 network   The power readings can be viewed through a web-app which allows the users to explore both current (in real time) and past energypage 4 Département RSM
  • 5. Open energy monitoring system  A smart campus   Power meters   Network   Algorithms   Visualization page 5 Département RSM
  • 6. Hardware  A wireless sensor for energy monitoring   Based on the platform Arduino   Network stack :   IEEE 802.15.4, 6LoWPAN, RPL, IPv6, CoAP   IEEE 802.15.4 enabled base stations may be used to aggregate, consolidate and process the data sent by the sensors Département RSM
  • 7. Software  An open-source web-app for energy monitoring   Processing, logging and visualizing energy, temperature and other environmental data   Fully documented REST API   PHP, MySQL, HTML5/CSS3, Ajax, SVG   Github : Département RSM
  • 8. Web interfaceDépartement RSM
  • 9. Avantages Open-Hardware  Prototypes modulaires  Réutilisation et amélioration des prototypesexistants  Possibilité de commercialiser les prototypes sous formes de shield  Grande communauté activepage 9 Département RSM
  • 10. Partenaires •  Support •  Base prototypes •  Développement nouveaux •  Lobbying Open-Hardware •  Communauté shields •  IPv6 Ethernet/802.15.4 •  Support •  Valorisation des shields •  Travail sous licence GPLv3 •  Visibilité TBpage 10 Département RSM
  • 11. Camp IPv6  Organisé par le G6 (Association de promotion d’IPv6)  Date: 2 Juillet au 6 Juillet 2012   Tutoriaux sur IPv6   Formation de formateurs   FabLab d’objets communicants   Ateliers des groupes de travail du G6 (Promotion, Formation, Production) Département RSM
  • 12. Merci pour votre attention !page 12 Département RSM
  • 13. Backup SlidesDépartement RSM
  • 14. ArchitectureDépartement RSM