Component-based, event-driven operating environment/framework with network stack. Starts at a few hundred bytes for the scheduler and grows to complete, network applications in a few kilobytes. Designed for resource constrained environments (minimal hardware) where data and control must move quickly between varied sensors, actuators, and a network, for use with embedded networked sensors, to support concurrency intense operations needed by sensor networks. Website has documents, publications, slide shows, downloads. Open Source, BSD license.
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Event-based operating environment/framework designed for use with embedded networked sensors, to support concurrency intense operations needed by sensor networks, with minimal hardware requirements. Documents, news, publications, slide shows, forum, downloads. [Open Source, BSD]
David Culler's Page
Leader in worldwide TinyOS community, Professor, University of California, Berkeley, teaches wireless embedded networking, deeply embedded network systems; also works at Arch Rock Corp.
Largest Tiny Network Yet
Short article with very good descriptions, several photographs, some links.
Maxfor Technology, Inc.
Makes sensor network parts: processor radio platforms, interface and sensor boards. Seongnam-City, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea.
Project summary, downloads, administrator contacts. Because size DOES matter.
System Architecture Directions for Networked Sensors
Brief technical description with a useful photograph and diagram. [PDF]
TinyECC: Elliptic Curve Cryptography on TinyOS
Software package, supports all elliptic curve operations over Fp (point addition/doubling, scalar point multiplication); ECDSA operations over Fp (signature generation, verification). To add other ECC schemes (e.g., ECDH, ECAES) in future.
Growing article, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia.
TinyOS 8051 working group
Port of TinyOS to mcs51 (8051) based platforms and ChipCon CC2430 in particular.
Get Out the Mote
Article describes basics of sensor motes and TinyOS simply. PC Magazine. (July 13, 2004)
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