- in 2011 I co-founded HiKoB and jumped in the project full time.
ORSI: INRIA ADT, L'ADT ORSI se place dans le contexte des outils d'aide à la programmation d'applications pour les systèmes embarqués contraints. Cette ADT se situe dans la continuité des techniques et outils développés dans le domaine d'application des réseaux de capteurs sans fil. L'ADT ORSI a pour but d'étendre les modèles utilisés dans les logiciels afin de les adapter aux cibles matérielles et applications de prochaine génération.
WASP: Wirelessly Accessible Sensor Populations, European Project IST-034963. The general goal of the project is the provision of a complete system view for building large populations of collaborating objects. The system incorporates networking protocols for wireless sensor nodes to hide the individual nodes from the application The tangible results of the project are:
- A consistent chain of energy-sensitive software components.
- Sets of cross optimised software stacks.
- Benchmarks and a set of measurements on energy- and code- efficiency.
- Rules for the design of configurable sensor nodes.
- A prototype implementation in two of the three chosen business areas.
Mosar: LSH European Project MOSAR (Mastering hOSpital Antimicrobial Resistance and its spread into the community). Infections caused by antimicrobial-resistant bacteria (AMRB) account for an increasing proportion of healthcare-associated infections, particularly in high-risk units such as intensive care units and surgery; patients discharged to rehabilitation units often remain carriers of AMRB, contributing to their dissemination into longer-term care areas and within the community. The overall objective of MOSAR is to gain breakthrough knowledge in the dynamics of transmission of AMRB, and address highly controversial issues by testing strategies to combat the emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance, focusing on the major and emerging multi-drug antimicrobial resistant microorganisms in hospitals, now spreading into the community.
SensLab: ANR TLCOM. The purpose of the SensLAB project is to deploy a very large scale open wireless sensor network platform. SensLAB's main and most important goal is to offer an accurate and efficient scientific tool to help in the design, development, tuning, and experimentation of real large-scale sensor network applications.
SensTools: INRIA ADT, hardware and software development support for wireless sensor networks
WorldSens: Sensor Embedded Applications. Worldsens proposes an integrated platform that enables the design, development, prototyping and deployment of applications on wireless sensor networks. We do believe that offering the right simulation tool is a key feature in the development of sensor application development and more generally for the sensor research community. Sensor network activities are preponderant nowadays and address a large spectrum of research topics: architecture, OS, network protocols, energy power saving, data aggregation, browsing and processing, distributed computing... For more information about WorldSens please visit the WorldSens website.
Surveiller et Prévenir: ANR RNRT. The SVP project addresses the understanding, the conception, and the implementation of an integrated ambient architecture that would ease the optimization in the deployment of surveillance and prevention services in different types of dynamic networks. The main objective is to develop an environment which is able to accommodate a high number of dynamic entities completely dedicated to a specific service. Partners: CEA, ANACT, APHYCARE, INRIA, UPMC/LIP6, LPBEM, Thalès.
SoCLib: An Open Modelling Simulation Platform for System on Chip Design. SoCLib OBJECTIVES are:
- Build an open platform for modelling and simulation of multi-processors system on chip, that can be used by both universities and industrial companies.
- The core of the platform is a library of simulation models for virtual components (IP cores), with a guaranteed path to silicon.
- Create the largest possible cooperation project at European level, in order to share the development costs.
Fragile: Failure resilience and application guaranteed integrity in large-scale environments The purpose of this ACI is to characterize the large-scale systems as distributed systems, in order to estimate the extent to which failure tolerance can be guaranteed in various characteristic contexts, and, in case such a guarantee is possible in theory, to propose an implementation which takes into account requirements of the context of execution. For more information about FRAGILE please visit the FRAGILE website.
RECAP: Sensor and Self-Organized Networks Miniaturization in micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) has enabled the development of a new kind of networks: Sensor Networks. Sensor networks use small objects able to monitor their close environment such as obtaining a temperature, an air or water pollution level, to detect movements or vibrations, etc. These networks also use one or more monitoring stations (also called sink stations) responsible to collect information from sensors. Using a large number of small inexpensive sensors increases the dependability of surveillance and reconnaissance systems and also decreases the vulnerability of the system to failure. To forward their data (monitoring information, request, etc.), all these nodes use multi-hop wireless communication.
A number of applications in many sectors exist for sensor networks. For example, commercial sector, transportation, manufacturing industry, agriculture, medicine or even military are sectors that will benefit greatly from increased surveillance. For more information about RECAP please visit the RECAP website.
EECCOOT: Le projet EECCOOT est un environnement ouvert et distribué de diffusion interactive de contenu culturel hétérogène. Ce projet a été effectué dans le cadre d'un financement RIAM (Recherche et Innovation en Audiovisuel et Multimédia) de 24 mois en partenariat avec l'Ecole Normale Supérieure - Lettres et Sciences Humaines (ENS-LSH), le Laboratoire d'Economie des Transports (LET) et la société ToutOPhone.