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RIOT - The Friendly Operating System for the Internet of Things

Équipe de recherche INFINE (Inria Saclay - Île-de-France) -

RIOT is a nano operating system for the Internet of Things. While requiring as low as 1,5kB of RAM and 5kB or ROM, RIOT offers real time and energy efficiency capabilities, as well as a single API (partially POSIX compliant) across heterogeneous 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit low-hardware. This API is developer-friendly in that it enables multi-threading, standard C and C++ application programming and the use of standard debugging tools (which was not possible so far for embedded programming). On top of this, RIOT includes several network stacks, such as a standard IPv6/6LoWPAN stack and a content-centric network (CCN) stack. RIOT will be demonstrated powering heterogeneous IoT hardware based on low-power microcontrollers and radio transceivers, in a home automation scenario interconnecting devices running a simple application and either standard IPv6/6LoWPAN protocols, or CCN (or dual stack).


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Infine research team (Inria Saclay - Île-de-France) -

RIOT is an open source operating system that provides standard protocols for embedded systems.
RIOT allows the development of applications that collect sensor data and transmit it to a central node (e.g. a server). This data can then be used for smart energy management, such as room temperature adjustment.
RIOT is specially designed for embedded systems, which are strongly constrained in memory and energy. Further, RIOT can easily be ported to different hardware devices and follows the latest evolution of IP standards (6LoWPAN, RPL,...)
RIOT applications can readily be tested in the FIT IoT-LAB, which provides a large-scale infrastructure facility with 3000 nodes suitable for remotely testing small wireless sensor devices.


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