ProjectSICSlowpan - Internet for Low-power, Low-cost Wireless

SICSlowpan - Internet for Low-power, Low-cost Wireless

The SICSlowpan project develops the next-generation protocol stacks for the Internet of Things. We leverage the uIP IP stack and the Contiki operating system together with the recent 6lowpan standardization work within the IETF to create open source software that is open, useable, and available to embedded developers and researchers worldwide.

The project is funded by the .SE Internet Fund.

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Publications
Number of items: 5.

Vasseur, Jean-Philippe and Dunkels, Adam (2010) Interconnecting Smart Objects with IP - The Next Internet. Morgan Kaufmann. ISBN 978-0123751652

Dunkels, Adam and Österlind, Fredrik and Tsiftes, Nicolas (2009) IP-based sensor networks: a hands-on tutorial. In: The 8th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks, 13-16 April 2009, San Francisco, California, USA.

Mulligan, Geoff and O'Flynn, Colin and Abeillé, Julien and Durvy, Mathilde and Wetterwald, Patrick and Leverett, Blake and Gnoske, Eric and Vidales, Michael and Tsiftes, Nicolas and Finne, Niclas and Dunkels, Adam (2009) Demo abstract: seamless sensor network IP connectivity. In: 6th European Conference on Wireless Sensor Networks (EWSN), 11-13 Feb 2009, Cork, Ireland.

Dunkels, Adam (2009) Contiki: Bringing IP to Sensor Networks. ERCIM News (76).

Durvy, Mathilde and Abeillé, Julien and Wetterwald, Patrick and O'Flynn, Colin and Leverett, Blake and Gnoske, Eric and Vidales, Michael and Mulligan, Geoff and Tsiftes, Nicolas and Finne, Niclas and Dunkels, Adam (2008) Making sensor networks IPv6 ready. In: The Sixth ACM Conference on Networked Embedded Sensor Systems (ACM SenSys 2008), November 2008, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.

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