Controlling Physical Objects via the Internet using the Arduino Platform over 802.15.4 Networks
(Controlling Physical Objects via the Internet using the Arduino Platform over 802.15.4 Networks)
Vasileios Georgitzikis (email@example.com), Orestis Akribopoulos (firstname.lastname@example.org), Ioannis Chatzigiannakis (email@example.com)
Computer Technology Intitute and Press
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina
Publication Date: April 2012
Volume: 10, Issue: 3
In this work, we expanded the Arduino's capabilities by adding an 802.15.4 wireless module, in order to expose its functionality as a Web of Things node. The second contribution of our work is a careful description of the necessary steps to make a heterogeneous network interoperate and the implementation of a network stack for the 4 most representative hardware platforms, as used by the relevant research community (Arduino, SunSPOT, TelosB, iSense), in the form of a software library, named mkSense, which enables their intercommunication. Moreover, we describe the design and implementation of a software library which can be used for building “intelligent software” for the Web of Things.
wireless communication, arduino, open source hardware, wireless sensor network, network stack
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