The goal of this course is to introduce faculty who are teaching embedded or wireless sensor networking to the foundations of the field and the practical application of the technology. The course will focus on modern, well-developed systems and networking software for integrating ubiquitous instrumentation of the physical world with leading-edge IT capabilities. It will focus on the use of open standards at several levels, including the TinyOS 2.0 embedded operating system, IEEE 802.15.4 radio, 6LoWPAN, Internet Protocols, and Web Services. Lectures will cover the theoretical foundations, key findings, and state-of-the-art in the primary elements of these embedded, distributed systems. Laboratory sessions will provide in-depth hands-on experience in the application of core concepts using the Arch Rock's IPv6 wireless sensor network application and development environment based on TinyOS 2.0.
Wireless Embedded Systems and Networking -- Labs Based on the AIIT Lecture
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