17 May 2016
We are pleased to announce the opening of Saclay-Île-de-France site, following the move from its previous location at Rocquencourt.
The platform of Saclay includes more than 300 nodes (175 A8-M3, 12 M3 and 120 WSN430). All A8 nodes are equipped with GPS.
More information about the topology and the resources of this new site is available here
02 May 2016
We are happy to announce the first release of Plot tools.
Plot tools is a packaged version of previous plot_tools scripts, deployed on all SSH fronted. Source code is available on the dedicated GitHub repository: https://github.com/iot-lab/plot-oml-tools
You will find examples on how to display monitoring OML files results for consumption, radio rssi and robot trajectory in those documentation pages:
05 Apr 2016
The whole FIT IoT-LAB testbed was closed on April 4th for maintenance and upgrade operations.
During this day we deployed new software; here are the details:
The robots backend software has been totally refactored to ease the evolution and development of future features. In this operation, we also upgrade the ROS framework version to its last LTS (ROS Indigo); running on a recommended Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
It improves a lot robots navigation, being faster, more accurate.The concrete impact today for users is a slight change in the use of mobility. Mobility models have their own JSON description and are now separated from profiles association. As you associate firmware(s) and profile(s) to your experiment nodes, you may also associate a mobility. For that, since it does not impact a lot of people, we decided to delete all users profile including a mobility description.
Therefore, we removed this feature from the web portal, and implemented a first solution via cli-tools. A new CLI Client, named
iotlab-robot, has been added to get the status of robots, get the list of mobilities,and update a mobility association during an experiment. Currently, you have a total of 7 robots deployed:
- 2 in Grenoble – m3-381 & m3-382;
- 3 in Lille – m3-257, m3-258 & m3-259;
- 2 in Strasbourg – m3-96 & m3-97.
CLI tools have a new release (2.0.0) to manage new robots features. As mentioned just above, a new CLI Client dedicated to robots has been added. Find more details in the commit message of release 2.0.0.
23 Oct 2015
We are pleased to announce a public IPv6 service on the FIT IoT-LAB testbed.
You can find more details about M3/A8 nodes global IPv6 subnetting by following this documentation.
29 Sep 2015
After the first FIT IoT-LAB workshop last year in Grenoble, which hosted 70 attendees, we propose a second edition in Lille on October 14 & 15, 2015.
This workshop has the dual purpose of allowing exchanges on research and presenting talks and tutorials on various topics in the IoT domain. It specifically targets experimentation through testing, verification, deployment, integration, management and federation of experimental platforms. It will bring together people from academia and industry, in several areas of research so that they can exchange ideas about the current and the future of the IoT.
The first day will be dedicated to conference sessions; the second day to tutorials on using FIT IoT-LAB.
Come to visit the platform and meet us.