Eclipse IoT Day Grenoble 2019
Eclipse IoT Day Grenoble 2020 SAVE THE DATE : February 14, 2020
After the success of the IoT Day 2014, IoT Day 2015, IoT Day 2016, IoT Day 2017 and IoT Day 2018, we are back for a sixth edition of the Eclipse IoT Day Grenoble on February 19th , 2019. For this one day event, we have a great program that includes topics around Smart cities, IoT in Space, Connected cars, as well as the Eclipse IoT core technologies.
As we have several international speakers, the conference will happen in English.
Give a look at our great program this year.
On the 20th, 21st and 22nd of February, the Université Grenoble Alpes organizes the IoT Hackathon "Hack ton campus" Read more about it.
If you have any questions about this event, feel free to contact us:
- Gaël Blondelle, Eclipse Foundation: firstname dot lastname at eclipse dot org in
- Didier Donsez, LIG/UGA: firstname dot lastname at imag dot fr, in
DATE & LOCATION
February 19 , 2019
Maison Jean Kuntzmann (MJK) Building, 110 rue de la Chimie 38400 Saint Martin d'Hères
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The event is free but registration is mandatory. Please inform us if you cancel your participation.
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The event bas been streamed in live .
Videos recorded are here.
Program - Tuesday 19
- 09:00-09:15: Welcome (Université Grenoble Alpes)
- 09:15-10:00: State of the Union of Eclipse IoT (Gaël Blondelle - Eclipse Foundation)
- 10:00-10:45: Cubesats: a low cost opportunity for IoT satellites (Mathieu Barthelemy - Centre Spatial Universitaire de Grenoble)
- 10:45-11:00: Coffee break
- 11:00-11:45: Distributed Device Management for IoT in action with Eclipse Leshan, Eclipse Wakaama and OMA LWM2M (Arnaud Miché and Samuel Berlemont - Orange)
- 11:45-12:30: Using Eclipse technologies to develop the BRAIN-IoT model-based framework for IoT platforms (Maria Teresa Delgado - Eclipse Foundation - and Levent Gurgen - CEA)
- 12:30-13:30: Lunch
- 13:30-14:15: LoRaWAN: single gateway capacity for a reasonable traffic (Martin Heusse, Grenoble INP / LIG)
- 14:15-15:00: Eclipse Keyple: the Open Source SDK for access control based on secure contactless technology (Olivier Delcroix - Calypso Network Association)
- 15:00-15:15: Coffee break
- 15:15-16:00: Driving the Future Connected Vehicle with Eclipse Kuksa (Robert Höttger - Fachhochschule Dortmund)
- 16:00-17:00: The Making of Fog Computing (Angelo Corsaro - Adlink)
- 17:00 - Closing cocktail
Fog computing aims at providing horizontal, system-level, abstractions to distribute computing, storage, control and networking functions closer to the user along a cloud-to-thing continuum. Whilst fog computing is increasingly recognized as the key paradigm at the foundation of Consumer and Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), most of the initiatives on fog computing focus on extending cloud infrastructure. As a consequence, these infrastructures fall short in addressing heterogeneity and resource constraints characteristics of fog computing environments. In this presentation, we (1) explain the requirements of fog computing infrastructure and how they extend well beyond those traditionally addressed by Cloud Computing infrastructures; (2) introduce Eclipse fog∅5, an Open Source fog computing Infrastructure that unifies computing, networking and storage fabrics end-to-end, while addressing the challenges imposed by resource heterogeneity, (3) explain the novel architectural approach adopted by fog∅5 to have a server-less data- centric architecture that is scalable, secure, and highly resilient to failures, (4) demonstrate the use of fog∅5 in some real-world use cases and (5) conclude and reports on future works.
In this talk, we will describe the potentiality of cubesats for IoT in space. Different configurations will be adressed for different use cases especially regarding connected objects in isolated regions. The ThingSat project from the CSUG will also be described.
The Internet of Things (IoT) will come with connected devices which are too constrained to directly implement DM features. Other devices may not implement standards, complicating their integration in a general Device Management (DM) solution. Devices may also not be directly joinable from a remote server, because of Network Address Translation, or a non-IP protocol. Finally, devices will become too numerous to be managed through a centralized architecture.
In this demonstration, we rely on the standard DM protocol OMA LWM2M and its implementation in the Eclipse Leshan and Wakaama projects to propose answers to these problems and make possible a unified, dynamic and scalable visualization and operation for IoT Device Management.
This talk presents an overview of the BRAIN-IoT framework that implements a model-based approach to enable composability and deployment of heterogeneous IoT platforms in a secure way. We will highlight how Eclipse sensinAct and Eclipse Papyrus are used in BRAIN-IoT to provide some of the platform’s capabilities.
We model a LoRaWAN cell and estimate the number of nodes that it can accommodate. We consider a Rayleigh channel and physical capture when two frame transmissions overlap. If all nodes have the same traffic generation pattern, regardless of the spreading factor used, the SF allocation between the nodes has a dramatic impact on the cell capacity. In effect, the modulation choice needs to strike a balance between packet losses due to a weak signal reaching the gateway and more robust modulations which cause longer channel occupation by the transmission and thus more collisions.
Discover Calypso, the historical protocol for contactless electronic ticketing and its open source implementation Eclipse Keyple. Used all around the world, it provides high-security solutions for online and offline secure transactions. Calypso is deployed as a transport public ticketing solutions in 125 cities around the world (Paris - Navigo, Grenoble (Oura), Montreal, Lisboa...).
Robert will be talking about the vision, development state, and roadmap of the Eclipse Kuksa project. The audience will be given technological insights into the cloud, IDE, and in-vehicle platforms the project is providing. Eclipse Kuksa, therefore, uses existing technologies from Eclipse projects such as Eclipse HawkBit, Eclipse Che, Eclipse Hono, and more. A small demo can be shown, that presents how users can purchase applications from a store, download and install them on their ‘device’ (e.g. Car-HMI), and exchange data with a cloud instance. Several IoT protocols such as MQTT or AMQP and technologies like Keycloak or network intrusion detection systems are accordingly necessary to provide a secure and authenticated environment that is essential for the automotive industry.
Angelo Corsaro, Ph.D. is Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at ADLINK Technology Inc. where he leads the Advanced Technology Office and looks after corporate technology strategy and innovation.
Angelo is a world top expert in edge/fog computing and a well know researcher in the area of high performance and large scale distributed systems. Angelo has over 100 publications on referred journals, conferences, workshops, and magazines.
Specialties: Fog/Edge Computing, Industrial and Consumer Internet of Things, Innovation and Innovation Management, Product Strategy, Open Source, High Performance Computing, Large Scale Mission/Business Critical Distributed Systems, Real-Time Systems, Software Patterns, Functional Programming Languages
Samuel Berlemont received his Ph.D. degree in Applied Mathematics from Lyon I University, France, in 2016. He is currently working as a Research Engineer at Orange Labs, Meylan. His field of study shifted from inertial-sensor-based Human Action Recognition to the issue of Device Management for the Internet of Things. His research interests include machine learning, pattern recognition, neural-network models, architectures for the Internet of Things, and their combination through Big Data.
Associate professor since 2004 at the Laboratoire de Planetology de Grenoble (Now IPAG) and UFR Phitem. Specialist in space weather and planetary space weather in particular of upper atmosphere light emissions (Northern lights). Director of the Grenoble University Space Centre (CSUG) since September 2015. P.I of ATISE (Auroral Thermospheric and Ionospheric Spectrometer Experiment) and AMICal sat (Auroral Moon Intensity Calibration satellite) and Co-PI of the LORAGAN project.
Olivier has worked 10 years with Java open source technology. He was a technical consultant and evangelist for Bonita open source worklow engine. Now he works with IoT (Calypso) and Blockchain (Ethereum).
Maria Teresa Delgado
Maria Teresa Delgado (Ph.D.) is working for the Eclipse Foundation as manager of Research Projects. She is a Telecommunication Engineer with a strong IoT background. Currently, she is supporting EU research projects in dissemination and exploitation activities aimed at open sourcing their results and helping them consolidate a sustainable ecosystem around them by leveraging the Eclipse community.
Martin Heusse Martin Heusse is Professor at Grenoble Institute of Technology since 2010, and a member of the LIG laboratory. He graduated from Telecom Bretagne engineering school in 1996 and received his PhD in 2001. His main research interests are wireless LANs, sensor networks and transport protocols performance. M. Heusse has published more than 50 research papers in journals or peer-reviewed conferences.
Robert is a computer science researcher for automotive engineering projects. Currently lecturing the distributed and parallel systems course at Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, he works on diverse activities together with students and is further involved in several international ITEA projects since 2011. Since 2015, he is a committer for Eclipse APP4MC and since 2016 he is software project leader for Eclipse Kuksa. Such activities are part of Robert's PhD studies in cooperation with Technical University Dortmund. Since 2017, Robert has also be mentoring two Google Summer of Code projects in cooperation with the Eclipse Foundation.
Dr. Levent GURGEN is R&D project manager in CEA-LETI. He has been involved in several collaborative projects on IoT and smart cities and currently coordinating 2 EU-Japan projects, namely BigClouT and FESTIVAL. Levent obtained his PhD degree in computer science from the Grenoble Institute of Technology in 2007. His main research interests include sensor data processing and service-oriented platforms for Internet of Things.
After studies in electronics and microelectronics, Arnaud MICHÉ embraced a career at Silicomp (part of Orange since 2007) in 2004 as an embedded software developer.
As a developer in a business services company, he had to work with many technologies (C/C++, CUDA, Java, Python, ...) and on many businesses (medical imaging, electrical network management, contactless smartcards, ....), giving him the opportunities to develop technical skills and curiosity. He joined the Device Management research team at Orange Labs Meylan in March 2018 to implement prototypes around evolutions for the Internet of Things.