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Protocols for Embedded Node

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Presentation of protocols that are to be implemented for the Embedded Node Project.

Presentation of protocols that are to be implemented for the Embedded Node Project.

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    • 1. Protocols for Embed. Node 8 th of September 2011 Embedded Node Workshop
    • 4. Overview
    • 8. Introduction
      • Common project with Electronics guys
      • 9. Some sort of Solar-Panel
          • Needs to move according to the Sun's position on the sky
          • 10. Keep logs and transfer them to a central server
          • 11. Manual override of all automated tasks
    • 12. PLM Protocol
      • P osition L ean P rotocol
      • 13. Manual override of automated tasks
          • Position of the Solar-Panel
          • 14. Force transfer of the logs
          • 15. Force shutdown
      • Considerations for implementation
          • On top of TCP
          • 16. Security
          • 17. Reliability – not so important
    • 18. LTP Protocol
      • L ogs T ransfer P rotocol
      • 19. Transfer Logs from the Solar-Panel to central Server
          • Maybe some sort of live think can be implemented also
      • Considerations for implementation
          • Hybrid between UDP and TCP
          • 20. Uses a shit-load of bandwidth
          • 21. Security - is not a problem
          • 22. Reliability – is important
    • 23. Questions?