UbiMob 2014 Tutorial


First tutorial with M3 nodes at UbiMob 2014: 10èmes journées francophones Mobilité et Ubiquité, in Sophia-Antipolis (France), 5-6 June 2014

Strasbourg M3 nodes ready


32 more M3 nodes are now available on the Strasbourg testbed. You can see the topology via the experiment web portal or on the screenshot below. More hardware informations can be found here : https://www.iot-lab.info/hardware/m3/ You can find tutorials about their use in the IoT-LAB platform : https://www.iot-lab.info/tutorials/ The software tools are available here : … Continue Reading »

M3 Nodes available


Please join us in welcoming the 198 new nodes now available on the Grenoble site.  Dubbed “M3 Nodes”, these are based on the STM32 micro-controller and come with a set of sensors and a radio interface.  Compared to the WSN430 nodes, this next generation features a more powerful 32-bits processing, a new ATMEL radio interface … Continue Reading »

Next Step: M3 nodes @ GRE


After the first installment of IoT-LAB in late March, introducing the new web portal iot-lab.info and featuring 1100+ legacy WSN430 nodes imported from Senslab, the extension of the platform carries-on in a progressive fashion. Over the next few months, expect to see more nodes (up to a total of about 2700), with new microprocessors (ARM … Continue Reading »

www.iot-lab.info is alive !


The migration of FIT IoT-LAB is complete and you can access the website http://www.iot-lab.info If you have a problem do not hesitate to send an email to the mailing-list users@iot-lab.info.

Rocquencourt Platform Deployment


Wiring is done for all in-door nodes, Nodes are tested (autotests) and are deployed in 3 areas : close room, open room and corridor in-between, In-door GPS signal replication for clock synchronisation is operational.