[riot-devel] Board Selection for RIOT
hauke.petersen at fu-berlin.de
Fri May 29 16:38:49 CEST 2015
naturally the board of choice would be the iot-lab_M3 (the one used in
the FIT IoT-lab testbed). But as this board is not freely available on
the market, I suggest the Atmel samr21-xpro. It uses (almost) the same
radio as the iot-lab nodes and is freely available at the usual
electronics suppliers for about 30-40 euros.
On 29.05.2015 05:19, Alexander Talavari wrote:
> As part of my MScThesis i will be devoloping on RIOT and i was
> interest on your suggestion on what board i should buy.
> I am already testing it on my Linux Mint image but it would be nice to
> have the board that plays the best with RIOT.
> Best regards,
> Alexander Talavari
> PS I am copy pasting the description of my Thesis as proposed by my
> professor fyi
> RIOT  is an open source operating system designed for small and
> resource constrained devices. Such devices are expected to be the norm
> in the Internet of Things (IoT). RIOT provides support for
> standardized IoT protocols (e.g., 6LoWPAN and CoAP), as well as, as
> for experimental architectures (e.g., CCN-lite, a lightweight version
> of the CCN Information-Centric Networking  architecture ).
> FIT-IoT lab  is a distributed testbed that enables IoT
> experimentation at a large scale. FIT-IoT provides a variety of
> devices that can be used for experiments, including devices equipped
> with the RIOT OS. The purpose of this thesis is to implement a simple
> application for exchanging content (e.g., sensor measurements) in
> RIOT. The application will be developed in two versions one using CoAP
> and another using CCN-lite. Both versions will be evaluated and
> compared in the FIT-IoT lab.
>  http://www.riot-os.org/
>  CCN-lite, a lightweight implementation of the Content Centric
> Networking protocol CCNx of XEROX PARC, 2014 (http://ccn-lite.net).
>  https://www.iot-lab.info/
>  G. Xylomenos, C.N. Ververidis, V.A. Siris, N. Fotiou, C.
> Tsilopoulos, X. Vasilakos, K.V. Katsaros, G.C. Polyzos, “A Survey of
> Information-Centric Networking Research,” IEEE Communications Surveys
> and Tutorials, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 1024-1049, 2014
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