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Condroid KTH Summer CSD 2011 - Press Release

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Condroid KTH Summer CSD 2011 - Press Release. Download the document in http://csd.xen.ssvl.kth.se/csdlive/content/final-deliverables-3

Condroid KTH Summer CSD 2011 - Press Release. Download the document in http://csd.xen.ssvl.kth.se/csdlive/content/final-deliverables-3

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  • 1. PRESS RELEASEFor Immediate Release,Stockholm October 13, 2011KTH implements WSN/DTN Gateway and Remote Management Applicationfor Isolated/Remote environmentCondroid, a KTH project conducted in TSLab has developed revolutionary solutionsto connect the isolated network equipment and remote infrastructure to the outsideworld.Condroid consists of 5 master students that develop Remote Management softwarefor android phone, which make it enable to communicate with the networkequipment that situated far away in the isolated area. This research softwaremakes it possible to configure and monitor the network equipment throughavailable connections. In this pilot project we have implemented the SMS moduleas one of the control channel. The remote management would possible to bedeployed and tested in a pilot network, such as SomaliREN, in long distance WiFiinter-city connection between SomaliREN NOC, in Hargeisa city and AmoodUniversity, in Borama city.Condroid project also has successfully implemented a flexible WTN/DTN Gateway,an innovative solution that combining the Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) approachinto the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). This solution is intended to solve thetechnical issues in carrying the data from the spatially distributed autonomous WSNmotes to the outside world. The WSN motes are deployed to monitor physical orenvironmental conditions, connected to a WSN Gateway, which collects theinformation received from nodes, stores them in a database, and providesinterfaces between the sensor network and the external network infrastructure, bymaking make them available via WiFi link and Bytewalla. Bytewalla, a DTNimplementation on Android, act as postmen that carry the sensor data.For more information about Condroid Project, you are welcomed to attend ourpresentation on October 13, 2011 and the exhibition on October 14, 2011.Address: Forum, KTH Kista Campus (Isafjordsgatan 39)Contact: Project Manager - Laili AidiEmail: aidi@kth.seWebsite: http://csd.xen.ssvl.kth.se/csdlive/content/android

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