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Experiencia en internet de las cosas (IoT): desarrollo de protocolos de comunicación para sensores inalámbricos, redes de robots y RFID

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOFR20160811004
Publicado:
07/11/2016
Caducidad:
07/11/2017
Resumen:
Un equipo de investigación de un centro francés especializado en informática y matemáticas aplicadas ofrece experiencia técnica en investigación de soluciones para mejorar la programabilidad, adaptabilidad y accesibilidad de redes ubicuas del futuro compuestas por RFID, sensores inalámbricos y redes de robots. Sus campos de aplicación son numerosos: monitorización, comprensión y protección ambiental, exploración de entornos hostiles o desconocidos, logística y trazabilidad o diseño de ciudades inteligentes. El equipo de investigación busca socios industriales y académicos con el fin de establecer acuerdos de investigación y cooperación técnica y participar en proyectos financiados por la UE.




Details

Tittle:
Expertise offered in Internet of Things (IoT): development of communication protocols for wireless sensors, robot netwoks, RFID
Summary:
A research team of a R-Y-D center dedicated to computational sciences and applied mathematics offers its technical expertise in investigating solutions to enhance the programmability, the adaptability and the reachability of Future Ubiquitous Networks composed of RFID, wireless sensor and robot networks. It offers to industry and academia a collaboration under a research or a technical cooperation agreement and is interested in EU projects.
Description:
The French research team is part of a French R-Y-D center dedicated to computational sciences and applied mathematics. The Institute is organized in project teams bringing together researchers with complementary skills to focus on specific scientific projects. With this open, agile model, it is able to explore original approaches with its partners in industry and academia. It transfers expertise and research results to companies (startups, SMEs and major multinationals) in fields as diverse as healthcare, transport, energy, communications, security and privacy protection, smart cities and the factory of the future.

In this line, the research team works in the field of the Internet of Things (IoT), on the Future Ubiquitous Networks (FUN) which are composed of RFID, wireless sensor networks and robot networks, , having limited resources in terms of storage and computing capacities and energy. The team works more particularly on:
- Developing communication protocols: making the networks heterogeneous, looking for solutions on how to make wireless sensor and actuator, and RFID networks work together and interact in a transparent and standard compliant way, enhancing communication taking into account all constraints.
- Self-organization of Future Ubiquitous Networks :
>discovering the network
>network structuring (clustering, DHT-based overlay, topology control)
- Activity scheduling :
>sleep mode triggering
>data sending
>actor-actor coordination
The scientific team uses a specific methodology of testing its communication protocols: validating every solution through experimentation and learning for later enhancements. To fit realistic features, such algorithms should also be evaluated with regards to scalability and mobility.

The set of applications enabled through Future Ubiquitous Networks and IoT is very large. Among the most spread applications there are environment monitoring, understanding and protection.

Another field of application is exploration of hostile and/or unknown environments by a fleet of self-organizing robots that cooperate with RFID and sensors to ensure a continue monitoring afterwards.

IoT and Future Ubiquitous Networks can also play a key role in logistics and traceability by relying on the use of sensors or RFID technologies.

Finally, IoT and Future Ubiquitous Networks leverage a lot of applications in the Smart City concept, ranging from parking aid to better energy consumption, air quality monitoring or traffic fluidizing.

The French research team offers to collaborate under research or technical cooperation agreements with industry and academia. It is also looking to join consortia for EU funded projects.
Advantages and Innovations:
- Joint project team of distinguished scientists from several specialized science institutions
- Part of a collaborative research program with innovative SMEs enhancing technology transfer
- Experience in funding projects (FP7 2013-2016 on Smart Cities)
- Experience working with the industry - from startups to multinationals + dedicated transfer engineers working on collaboration with industry
- Platforms and equipment available for testing include:
o WSN430 node with 256 sensors, including 64 mobile nodes and radio interface in 2.4GHz
o M3 node with 256 sensors, including 64 mobile on robots (mix of Wifibot and Turtlebot 2) and radio interface in 2.4GHz
o 64 open host nodes allowing to test its own solutions and to take advantage of the monitoring and debugging tools of the platform
- Self organization of wireless sensors networks
- Activity Scheduling
- Radio Frequency Identification
Stage of Development:
Under development/lab tested
IPs:
Other

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
Partners can be from the industry, ranging from startups to multinationals, as well as from academia active in merchandise, commerce, agriculture, telecommunications or environment.

They can have projects related to Future Ubiquitous Networks in a wide field of activity as IoT is applicable in areas ranging from health to smart cities, including:
- area, event or animal monitoring, understanding and protection;
- exploration of hostile and/or unknown environments;
- logistics and traceability;
- retail;
- applications in Smart Cities, ranging from parking aid to a better energy consumption going through air quality monitoring, traffic fluidizing etc.
- etc.

The French research group offers to collaborate under technical or research cooperation agreements. It is also interested in joining existing consortia for EU funded projects.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
R&D Institution
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
French

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
01001001 Automation, Robotics Control Systems
01003014 Internet Technologies/Communication (Wireless, Bluetooth)
01003025 Internet of Things
01003 Procesado de información, sistemas de información, gestión de la carga de trabajo
01006013 Protocolos de comunicaciones, interoperabilidad