New LoRa/Sigfox nodes available on IoT-LAB


We are very proud to announce you the availability of 25 new LoRa/Sigfox nodes in FIT IoT-LAB. The nodes are ST B-L072Z-LRWAN1 boards with ST MEMS extension X-NUCLEO-IKS01A2 and are only available in Saclay site for the moment. One important thing is the restricted access to these nodes: due to the regulated access to the … Continue Reading »

Update of IoT-LAB tools


We would like to inform you about tools updates we made on the IoT-LAB SSH frontends. GNU Toolchain for ARM Version 7.2 of the GNU Toolchain for ARM is now installed in /opt/gcc-arm-none-eabi-7-2017-q4-major in addition to the actual one, version 4.9, which is still used by default. To know more on how to use it … Continue Reading »

Paris site is IPv6 ready


We are pleased to announce that the public IPv6 service on the FIT IoT-LAB testbed as been extended with the Paris site. As a reminder, five sites implement now this service: Grenoble Lille Paris Saclay Strasbourg You can find more details about M3/A8 nodes global IPv6 subnetting by following this tutorial. Moreover, on the tutorials page, … Continue Reading »

Join the first FIT / Grid5K school

FIT and Grid5k infrastructures join their strengths to allow even more IoT experience into the newly SILECS infrastructure. As a first step, we are proud to announce the first joint school in which you will enjoy all testbeds, facilities and possibilities we offer through presentations, tutorials and challenges. Please, join us in Sophia Antipolis, on the … Continue Reading »

Lille’s new physical topology released


We are proud to announce the availability of the Lille new deployment: sparser, at the building scale. The whole 256 M3 nodes are available again*. But that’s not all. We took advantage of this operation to add a new type of board in this deployment. We deployed 9 Zolertia Frirefly (3 per floor), bringing sub-1GHz … Continue Reading »

Reducing WSN430 nodes support


We will gradually reduce WSN430 nodes support after good and loyal services during ten years on the IoT-LAB testbed. Originally, we had four sites with different hardware nodes: WSN430 v1.3b (TI CC1101 radio chipset) on Grenoble and Strasbourg sites WSN430 v1.4 (TI CC2420 radio chipset) on Euratech and Rennes sites Since Thursday 30 November: we … Continue Reading »

New RIOT tutorials available on IoT-LAB


The IoT-LAB testbed supports various embedded operating systems available for the Internet Of Things, such as RIOT. In order to show networking capabilities of RIOT on the testbed, the IoT-LAB team has prepared 3 new tutorials: * Setup a public IPv6/6LoWPAN network with M3 nodes, * Request a CoAP server on a public IPv6/6LoWPAN network … Continue Reading »

JDEV 2017


The FIT IoT-LAB team will be at the JDEV conference this year, taking place in Marseille, July 4-7. JDEV is the DevLOG communiy annual event, gathering 500 people, mostly french academics, but also some people from companies, all involved in software development. We will give a talk and a tutoriel in the Embedded, WSN and … Continue Reading »