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  • Campus Ambassador Demos @ University of Melbourne 28 Feb 11:30~12:30 SunSPOT: Small, Programmable Object Technology 21 Mar 11:30~12:30 Java desktop applications with Netbeans 6.0 10 Apr 13:15~14:15 Building Mobile Games Visually Using Netbeans 6.0 24 Apr 13:15~14:15 Netbeans 6.0 Visual Web & AJAX 8 May 13:14~14:15 Solaris ZFS: The Best Filesystem on the Planet Venue: Always ICT Theater 2  Soft drink and Pizza will be provided. (YES – FOOD!)  Attendee will automatically enter an IPOD draw. RSVP z.tao@unimelb.edu.au Today!
  • Sun University World Tour @ Tech Days ATTENTION STUDENTS & DEVELOPERS: Don't miss the opportunity to come learn what's new and cool in software. Tuesday, March 4th, 2008 Melbourne & Olympic Park (MOPT) WIN an Ipod Touch! Park Function Centre Get free t-shirts and software! Enter via Entrance D via Olympic Boulevard WHY ATTEND THIS FREE EVENT? (formerly known as Swan Street) Build your resume: Get Sun Certified! > LEARN THE LATEST IN WEB SCRIPTING Batman Avenue > LEARN HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN OPEN SOURCE COMMUNITIES > LEARN WHAT'S NEW IN MOBILE JAVA DEVELOPMENT > LEARN HOW TO GET PAID A 14% HIGHER STARTING SALARY THROUGH SUN CERTIFICATION > LEARN HOW TO GET A J0B @ SUN Learn more and register (walk-ins welcome) for this FREE event by visiting: http://au.sun.com/sunnews/events James Gosling Refer 3 friends to register for Sun Tech Days 2008 for the chance to win an Apple Ipod Nano 4GB Creator of Java
  • Small Programmable Object Technology (Sun SPOT) Zhiqi Tao Peng Deng
  • Agenda What is Sun SPOT? The Squawk Java VM Sun SPOT Demo Sun SPOT Resources Q&A
  • What is Sun SPOT? • A Java platform for developing applications for wireless networks and small devices • Applications such as: > Robotics > Art > Toys > Personal electronics > Commercial Applications > Telemetries
  • Sun SPOT Device • Basic device has three layers > Battery > Processor Board with Wireless Communication > Sensor Board (add-on card) • Processor Board alone acts as a base-station • User programs the device entirely in Java using Netbeans.
  • Sun SPOT Framework Sun Java Squawk VM Programming Language Java IDE NetBeans Platform Sun SPOT Battery capacity 720 mAh lithium-ion battery (7 hours) Deep sleep 32 uA CPU 180 MHz 32 bit ARM920T Memory 512K RAM/4M Flash Radio 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.15.4 radio with integrated antenna Embedded sensors • 3-axis accelerometer • Temperature sensor • Light sensor • LEDs • Analog inputs • Switches • General purpose I/O
  • Why Sun SPOT? • Need for higher level programming language > With good development tools and IDEs. eg. Netbeans. • higher level proramming language > Java vs. C • Separate developer from low level hardware > Focus on application functionality and features. • Open Source Now! > https://spots.dev.java.net/
  • Why Sun SPOT? • Abstraction of low level details through VM • Protection of hardware by VM > Memory protection from bad code > Security protection from malicious code • 802.15.4 wireless communication > upto 250Kbps, ZigBee support > adhoc, mesh, cluster tee and star topologies. • A simple device with sensors and wireless operates at low power
  • Sun SPOT Build and Deploy Flow Java Source File *.java *.bin Squawk Sun Javac Suit SPOT Converter Build *.class *.suite
  • The Squawk virtual machine
  • Bouncing Ball demo
  • Air Text demo
  • SPOT GamePad demo
  • SPOT Sensing demo
  • Create more applications with Sun SPOT
  • Visit http://www.sunspotworld.com/ • submit a proposal for classroom curriculum using Sun SPOTS • obtain a Sun SPOT development kit • Watch some cool Sun SPOT video demos • Participate in Sun SPOT forum • Create something cool!
  • Fast Track Your Career with Sun! • Get FREE Web-based training on JavaTM, SolarisTM & more! > Visit: http://www.sunacademic.com > Course registration code for University of Melbourne University is CUS-0000096306 • Increase earnings potential with a Sun Certification! > Sun Certified Associate/Programmer for the Java 2 Platform SE > Sun Certified Web Component Developer for Java EE > Sun Certified Mobile Application Developer for Java ME > Sun Certified System/Network Admin for Solaris Operating System • Free practice exams • Discounted exams fees for academic developers – only US$60 (US$40 in APAC and Latin America)
  • Project Sun SPOT http://www.sunspotworld.com THANK YOU! Zhiqi Tao Sun Campus Ambassador zhiqi.tao@sun.com http://blogs.sun.com/tao/
  • S un S POT Ha r dwa r e [7] [11] 2.4 GHz IEEE Antenna 802.15.4 Radio Module 180 MHz 32 bit 512K RAM ARM920T core 4M Flash USB interface with Daughter board mini-B connector connector Power Switch
  • S un S POT Ha r dwa r e [7] [11] 8 3-colors LEDs Push Buttons Light Sensor 3-D Accelerometer Analog in 4-5 Temperature sensor and A/D Converter Digital I/O 0-3 Analog in 0-3 Push Buttons Digital I/O 4 quot;Highquot; current output 0-3 Replicated here