Eclipse IoT Day Grenoble 2016
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After the success of the IoT Day 2014 and IoT Day 2015, we are back for a third edition! This year, we will have a two-day event, with a combination of talks and tutorials.
We are working on putting together the program so please contact us if you want to present at the event:
- Benjamin Cabé, Eclipse Foundation: benjamin at eclipse dot org
- Gaël Blondelle, Eclipse Foundation: gael dot blondelle at eclipse dot org
- Didier Donsez, LIG/UGA: didier dot donsez at imag dot fr
- Serge Imbert-Bouchard, Clust'R Numérique s dot imbert-bouchard at leclustr dot org
- 1 DATE & LOCATION
- 2 REGISTRATION
- 3 SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS
- 4 VIDEOS
- 5 AGENDA :: Thursday 28
- 5.1 Cochise: Smart collar for Smart dogs
- 5.2 WalT: a Testbed for Reproducible Wireless Networks Experimentations
- 5.3 Getting started with Intel Edison and Intel Curie
- 5.4 Nearly 10 years of nearly space flight from nearly Valence
- 5.5 Coffee Break
- 5.6 Using the FIWARE platform for the Internet of Things
- 5.7 G3-PLC, the standard of the LINKY roll-out and beyond
- 5.8 Eclipse OM2M & oneM2M standard: enabling interoperability for IoT
- 5.9 Lunch
- 5.10 What's new in Eclipse and Eclipse IoT WG
- 5.11 Agile-IoT Project
- 5.12 Eclipse Che for IoT
- 5.13 Ultra-compact prototyping and proofs of concept for smart objects with LimiFrog
- 5.14 Edje project: the software foundation for IoT devices
- 5.15 Coffee Break
- 5.16 sensiNact, Horizontal Open Platform for an Interoperable IoT World
- 5.17 Long Range IoT with LoRaWAN
- 5.18 Hackday Introduction
- 5.19 Thursday April 28 : Rencontres Networking Business (RNB) sur l'IoT
- 6 Friday, April 29 : Hack Day
- 6.1 Registration at 08:30
- 6.2 Morning track : 09:00 - 12:00
- 6.3 Lunch : 12:00 - 13:00 (Room 039)
- 6.4 Afternoon track : 13:00 - 16:00
- 7 Downtown Hotels
- 8 Gallery
DATE & LOCATION
April 28-29, 2016
Polytech Grenoble, Domaine Universitaire, 38400 Saint Martin d'Hères
Access : http://www.polytech-grenoble.fr/IMG/pdf/plan_acces_pg.pdf
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Registrations are opened : fill up this registration form.
AGENDA :: Thursday 28
Cochise: Smart collar for Smart dogs
Germain Lemasson, Lab-STICC/LIG, (in)
The research project Cochise is entitled “cooperation between a service dog and a human”. The Cochise project proposes a research, on a particular set of dogs: service dogs for people with mobility impairments. Service dogs assist the human in the gestures of everyday life and for this purpose the problem is clearly identified. In this context, we propose to design a smart collar, using IoT technologie like LoRa, to act on and with the service dog, to build a "couple" with high performance in regard to the problem.
Presentation ..., Demonstration, Video
WalT: a Testbed for Reproducible Wireless Networks Experimentations
Franck Rousseau, Grenoble INP - Ensimag / LIG DRAKKAR (in)
We will present WalT http://walt.forge.imag.fr , a reproducible testbed to run reproducible experiments. WalT is made of cheap off-the-shelf components as well as free and open software so that the platform can easily be cloned. It also relies on Docker images to store the content of experiments. In this way, it is easy to rerun existing experiments in a different context while keeping all other parameters unchanged. During this session we will setup a WalT instance and show how to create OS images starting from those that we provide, and run various king of experiments, using Wi-Fi and wireless sensor nodes.
Getting started with Intel Edison and Intel Curie
Paul Guermonprez, Intel Software (in)
Nearly 10 years of nearly space flight from nearly Valence
Sébastien Jean, LCIS, Valence (in)
Since 2007, every spring, in Valence, a team composed by a hundred of students from 14 to 21 gathers to proceed to a near space ballon experiment with the help of Planete-Sciences, a national association that promotes science to youth. Before the basket could take off for a 3 hours flight pulling it up to 30 km high, all the team has worked since september to calibrate, program and assemble every part it . The embedded system is built around an Arduino platform that acquires measurements and location, sends them to a ground station using a dedicated long-range FM transmitter, and takes pictures and videos. The ground station uses either an hardware or software-based (audio card) demodulator, as well as a dedicated software that makes flight tracking available online here (http://ubpe.iut-valence.fr).
Using the FIWARE platform for the Internet of Things
Gilles Privat, Orange Labs, Grenoble (in)
The FIWARE platform is a EU-funded open-source middleware and data mediation platform that has been developed since 2011 as the core of the FIWARE Public-Private Partnership. It is currently being handed over to the FIWARE Foundation and the FIWARE Open Source Community for its further evolution. Its main intended application domains are Smart Cities, Smart industry, and Smart Agriculture, and more broadly the industrial IoT. We will present the architecture of the key IoT enablers of the FIWARE platform, a few example applications based on the platform from associated FIWARE accelerators and the evolution of the FIWARE APIs and data model.
G3-PLC, the standard of the LINKY roll-out and beyond
Cedric Chauvenet, ERDF, Metering Division (in)
In this presentation, we will describe the global telecom infrastructure of the LINKY Project and focus in particular on the LAN part, ensuring the communication between the data concentrator and the meters. We will review the PLC-G3 standard used to this end, and describe the protocol stack. We will finally presents some results from the massive roll-out of the 35 millions of meters started the 1st December of 2015.
Eclipse OM2M & oneM2M standard: enabling interoperability for IoT
Guillaume Garzone (in), François Aïssaoui (in), Thierry Monteil, LAAS, Toulouse
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) concept is one of the main features of Internet of Things (IoT). It promises to inter-connect billions of devices in near future covering various domains from building, energy, healthcare, industrial, transportation, retail, security to environmental services. However, the M2M market expansion opportunities are not straight forward. In fact, M2M is suffering from a high vertical domain fragmentation, which has increased the R&D cost in each specific domain. Various vertical M2M solutions have been designed independently and separately for different applications, which inevitably impacts or even impedes large-scale M2M deployment. To bridge this gap, Several Standard Organizations released the OneM2M standard for a common M2M service platform an end to end M2M service platform with the intermediate service layer that is key components of the horizontal M2M solution. These standard based platforms follow a RESTful approach with open interfaces to enable developing services and applications independently of the underlying network, thus easing the deployment of vertical applications and facilitating innovation across industries. Eclipse OM2M is a flexible implementation of OneM2M standard that allows the creation of full IoT systems.
What's new in Eclipse and Eclipse IoT WG
Gaël Blondelle, Eclipse Foundation
Gaël Blondelle, Eclipse Foundation
Eclipse Che for IoT
Florent Benoit, Codenvy, Grenoble (in)
Eclipse Che is a developer workspace server and cloud IDE. Client side runs inside the web browser while the server part can run on the local computer or on a remote server. After an introduction of Eclipse Che showing the universal workspace capabilities, a live demo will show Factory capabilities using Codenvy hosting of Eclipse Che. Then, Samsung Artik IDE will be presented: this new IDE announced on 27th April 2016 is based on Eclipse Che and allow to develop with Artik devices. These devices can be plugged through USB or through SSH. Then with cross compilation, we can push software to the devices and execute the compiled software in one click.
Ultra-compact prototyping and proofs of concept for smart objects with LimiFrog
Xavier Cauchy (fb), Limifrog
LimiFrog is a compact and feature-rich prototyping platform that helps create credible proofs of concept when size, weight or integration matter. LimiFrog is used by start-up entrepreneurs and academic or industrial labs in need of a convincing demonstrator, by makers looking for a rich but integrated platform and by embedded computing teachers. In a very compact form factor and just 25g, Limifrog packs a rechargeable battery, an optional full-color OLED display and a fully-featured board. The latter embeds many sensors, an ultra-low power yet remarkably powerful MCU (STM32L4), USB and Bluetooth Low-Energy connectivity plus dedicated data storage. LimiFrog is typically programmed in C and comes with an open source software package including BSP, specific libraries and code examples. Finally, 3D printable models of protective cases for complete Limifrog modules are freely available.
Edje project: the software foundation for IoT devices
Jérôme Leroux, MicroEJ
The edge devices connected to the Cloud that constitute the Internet of Things (IoT) require support for building blocks, standards and frameworks like those provided by the Eclipse Foundation projects: Californium, Paho, Leshan, Kura, Mihini, etc. Because of the large deployment of Java technology in the Cloud, on the PC, mobile and server sides, most projects above are implemented in Java technology. Deploying these technologies on embedded devices requires a scalable IoT software platform that can support the hardware foundations of the IoT: microcontrollers (MCU). MCU delivered by companies like STMicroelectronics, NXP+Freescale, Renesas, Atmel, Microchip, etc. are small low-cost low-power 32-bit processors designed for running software in resource-constraint environments: low memory (typically KB), flash (typically MB) and frequency (typically MHz). The Edje project defines a standard high-level Java API called Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) for accessing hardware features delivered by microcontrollers such as GPIO, DAC, ADC, PWM, etc. that can directly connect to native libraries, drivers and board support packages provided by silicon vendors with their evaluation kits. This talk aims at presenting the packages and API that constitute the core of Edje, defining the minimal foundation that iot.eclipse.org projects can rely on, and still compatible with economical constraints of the IoT: footprint.
sensiNact, Horizontal Open Platform for an Interoperable IoT World
Remi DRUILHE, CEA
sensiNact is a horizontal platform dedicated to IoT and in particularly used in various smart city and smart home applications. sensiNact aims at managing IoT protocols and devices heterogeneity and provides synchronous (on demand) and asynchronous (periodic or event based) access to IoT devices' data/actions, as well as access to historic data with generic and easy-to-use API. To achieve these objectives, sensiNact comes with two complementary frameworks: (1) sensiNact Platform interconnects IoT devices using different southbound IoT protocols such as Zigbee, EnOcean, LoRa, XBee, MQTT, XMPP, as well as platforms such as FIWARE and allows access to them with various northbound protocols such as HTTP REST, MQTT, XMPP, JSON RPC and CDMI. The platform can also host applications and manage them using an application manager module. (2) sensiNact Studio proposes an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) based on Eclipse to manage the existing devices, in addition to develop, deploy and manage IoT applications. The presentation will give an overview of these 2 frameworks as well as deployment examples within several collaborative projects.
Long Range IoT with LoRaWAN
Brian Wyld, Wyres (in)
The IoT requires that objects can communicate between themselves and with the wider world. For certain use cases, objects will need to be independant of both a fixed power source and a wired network connection. They must both run for months or years on batteries, and wirelessly communicate bi-directionally over distances ranging from 100s to 1000s of metres. Until recently, solutions that enabled both these criteria were rare and proprietary. The LoRa radio technology and its associated WAN MAC layer protocol LoRaWAN provides a standardised and widely adopted method for objects to embed a low power, long range communication solution. The presentation will cover the basic principles of the technology, its advantages and its limitations, and an example of its operation in a specific application : use of autonomous objects for indoor localisation.
Thursday April 28 : Rencontres Networking Business (RNB) sur l'IoT
- 16h30 : Accueil et remise de badges
- 17h00 - 18h00 : présentation d'expertises et produits (4 intervenants, 15 minutes chacun)
- 18h00 19h00 : French Tech Contest 333 - Pitch de 6 start-up (3 slides, 3 minutes, 3 questions)
- 19h00-20H30 : Cocktail
Friday, April 29 : Hack Day
Attendees could prototype tangible things with the fabMSTIC fablab tools.
Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC): Don't forget it ! and an EU plug adapter
Classrooms for the workshops are Room 035, Room 037, Room 039, Room 043 in the Polytech building.
Registration at 08:30
Morning track : 09:00 - 12:00
Workshop Eclipse OM2M (Room 043)
François Aïssaoui, Guillaume Garzone, Thierry Monteil, LAAS, Toulouse.
In this workshop, you will discover how to use OM2M with the standard and open interface of oneM2M.
- Install and configure the environment to build and run the platform
- Learn how to interact with the system using the RESTful API
- Provide example architecture of deployment
- Going further in development through OM2M OSGi APIs
LoRaWAN Motes with Wyres (Room 037)
Brian Wyld, Wyres (in)
In this workshop, you willlearn how to use a LoRaWAN-enabled card as a modem to your project to pass data to and from a backend cloud middleware.
Lunch : 12:00 - 13:00 (Room 039)
Afternoon track : 13:00 - 16:00
WalT - Wireless Testbed (Room 043)
Franck Rousseau, Grenoble INP - Ensimag / LIG DRAKKAR (in)
Developping IoT Mashups with Docker, MQTT, Node-RED, InfluxDB, Grafana (Room 037)
Didier Donsez, Université Grenoble Alpes - Polytech Grenoble / LIG ERODS (in)
Getting started with Intel Edison and Intel Curie (Room 037)
Paul Guermonprez, Intel Software (in)
The Intel Edison and [Intel Curie] are CPU tiny boards offered by Intel as a development system for IoT devices (gateways, wearables ...).
In this "Getting started" session, you will learn how you can setup and program the Intel Edison and Curie in order to rapidly prototype IoT mashups and applications. Main ressources are here.
15 minutes from the Campus by Tram. 10 miuntes minutes max for the railway station by Tram.
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