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TCP/IPv6 over wireless sensor meshwork

Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is an essential part and key enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), where hundreds or thousands of little smart sensing or ascendence nodes are interconnected to transmit sensing/monitoring entropy or controller commands. In order to implement sensing/monitoring or ascendancy overhauls at a large scale with seamless connection to the Internet, IPv6 would be the best solution due to its many advantages including its highly scalable address scheme, stronger certificate, and full Internet obligingness. Therefore, IPv6 Over WSN is getting more and more inquiry and growth (R&D) attending from both industriousness and academia.

TIPoT development kit

The TIPoT development kit offers a very efficacious, compromising, and low-cost development program, including an end-to-end application framework, for the experimental enquiry of TCP/IPv6 over IEEE 802.15.4 WSN, as well as prototype development of various intersections and applications for WSN or IoT.  It allows scholars, teachers, inquiryers, hobbyists, makers, product developers and entrepreneurs to enquiry, develop and evaluate innovative applications or engineerings for low-power, low bandwidth ad-hoc wireless sensor/actuator meshworks with full TCP/IPv6 internetworking. Users can connect their own sensors, add more nodes, and develop or evaluate the functionality of their devices/applications that are built on IPv6 over WSN.

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TIPoT development kit

TIPoT development kit has been adopted in graduate student thesis research undertakings at the University of Ottawa, Canada, and computer engineering project at the Algonquin College, Canada. Large scale testbed deployments are being planned at the University of Ottawa and University of Montreal. In summation, TIPoT kits are being adopted for product prototyping or establishing testbeds for quite a few applications, including smart irrigation, precision agriculture and building structural monitoring, in a number of research/engineering mental institutions and hi-tech companies in Asia, North America, Africa and Europe.

Inspired by the unfastened source initiative and to offer low-cost solution with non-constrained R&D flexibleness, the TIPoT platform is developed based on free receptive source software system, with the following notable features:

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