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Part i welcome and introduction to the workshop dr thomas watteyne

Prof. Kristofer S.J. Pister’s teamBerkeley Sensor and Actuator Center University of California, Berkeley


Part i welcome and introduction to the workshop dr thomas watteyne

Part I

Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop

Dr. Thomas Watteyne

Prof. Kristofer S.J. Pister’s teamBerkeley Sensor and Actuator Center University of California, Berkeley


Workshop team

Workshop Team

Prof. Kris Pister

Dr. Anita Flynn

Ankur Mehta

Fabien Chraim

Dr. Thomas Watteyne

Leonid Keselman

Michael Lorek

Richard Su

Travis Massey

wsn.eecs.berkeley.edu

wsn.eecs.berkeley.edu


Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

  • BSAC team

    • John Huggins, Kim Ly, Richard Lossing, Alain Kesseru

  • GINA manufacturers

    • Boardworks

    • Digicom

  • GINA enthusiasts

    • Daedalus Flight Systems: Dr. Paul Samuel

    • Georgia Tech: Prof. Mark Costello, Derya Aksaray, Jessica Newman, Kyle French, Sam Zarovy

    • University of Maryland: Prof. Sean Humbert, Badri Narayanan Ranganathan

    • Monash University, Australia: Prof. Hoam Chung, Ryland Hodgson

    • Lawrence Berkeley Labs: Dr. Steven Lanzisera, Prof. Thomas Budinger

    • UC Berkeley: Alex Sun, Boyang Zhang*, Chris Jian*, Florian Kehl*, James Peng, Kevin Peterson, Nahira Sarmicanic*

  • BSAC Industry Members

wsn.eecs.berkeley.edu

*graduated


Practical issues

Practical Issues

  • Workshop kit

    • Workshop hardware

    • Workshop software

    • Third party software

  • Update your workshop directory

  • 8 backup computers

  • Workshop support team

  • Charging station

  • Food & drinks

wsn.eecs.berkeley.edu


Part i welcome and introduction to the workshop dr thomas watteyne

Goal

GINA hardware and ecosystem

http://warpwing.sourceforge.net/

OpenWSN protocol stack

http://openwsn.berkeley.edu/

BSAC Industrial members

http://wsn.eecs.berkeley.edu/workshop

wsn.eecs.berkeley.edu


Outline

Outline

  • 01.15-01.45: Part II. GINA Hardware and the WARPWING Platform (A. Flynn)

    • What is GINA? How did it originate, what can it do, and why? How does that relate to me?

  • 01.45-02.00: Part III. Take-home Kit and Development Environment(F. Chraim)

    • What is in my kit? What can I do with it? Where do I get help?

  • 02.00-02.45: Part IV. Robotics on the WARPWING Platform(A. Mehta)

    • What are the components on GINA? How can I use them to accomplish common robotics tasks?

  • 02.45-03.15: Coffee Break

  • 03.15-03.45: Part V. The OpenWSN Protocol Stack (T. Watteyne)

    • Latest standardization trends and implementation details

  • 03.45-04.15: Part VI. Integration into the Internet (T. Watteyne)

    • Communicating between a network of GINA motes and the Internet

  • 04.15-04.45: Part VII. Integrated Demonstrations

    • Flying a helicopter, opening web pages, and other demonstrations


Part i welcome and introduction to the workshop dr thomas watteyne

Prof. Kristofer S.J. Pister’s teamBerkeley Sensor and Actuator Center University of California, Berkeley


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