TinyOS Technology Exchange

The TinyOS Technology Exchange will provide a forum for researchers, developers, educators, companies, and users to learn from one another about  important recent developments within the TinyOS embedded network systems area and to participate in shaping paths of future development.  Come and show what you have created.

Thursday, Feb. 26, 2004, 8:30 am - 5 pm
Wozniak Lounge, 4th Floor Soda Hall, University of California Berkeley.
Who: Members of the research, industry, and education community actively working in the wireless embedded network space with TinyOS.   Application deployments, research activities, hardware and software developments, specifications, and theoretical progress are all encouraged.
Please click here for free registration. (Please register by Feb 1)
This one-day event will include a series of presentations on key developments, working group meetings focused on particular critical areas, a demo/poster session for participants to communicate more broadly their own activities, and panels charting future directions. 


8:30 - 9:00
Coffee & Setup
9:00 - 10::30
Introduction and Overview - David Culler
Presentations on Important Developments
  - bMAC and Multihop Routing (Alec Woo)
  - Timers and Time Synch (Miklos Maroti)
  - Scripting TOSSIM (Phil Levis)
  - Release process, beta, and regression suite (David Gay)
  - Power Management and Watchdog (Robert Szewczyk)
  - sMAC (Wei Ye)
  - High Speed Logging (Sukun Kim)
  - TinySec (Naveen Sastry)
  - TASK (Wei Hong)
  - iMote (Phil Buonadonna)
  - 802.15.4 Motes (Joe Polastre and Alan Broad)
10:30 - 12:00
Participant Demos and Posters 
     - Please send your demo/poster plans.  We hope to focus this on work being done outside Berkeley.
12:00 - 12:15
Working Group Formation (Phil Levis)
12:15 - 2:15
Working Groups (over lunch)  - Template for WG Report
Community/Industry Development: Kristin Wright    - WOZ 1
Large Data Transfer: Wei Hong                               - WOZ 2
Platforms and the HPL: David Gay                          - WOZ 3
Localization: Prabal Dutta                                        - WOZ 4
Multi-hop Communication: Alec Woo                      - WOZ 5
Sensor Stack: Eric Osterweil                                    - WOZ 6
Simulation: Dionysus Blazakis                                   - 5th floor west
Network Stack Abstractions: Kamin Whitehouse      - 5th floor east
Time Synchronization: Miklos Maroti                         - 6th floor west
Tools/Testbeds: Phoebus Chen                                  - 6 th floor east
higherlevel appl   Matt Welsh                                     - 4th floor lounge
2:15 - 3:00
Panel: Nurturing the Wireless Embedded Networking Industry
    Jason Hill (JMH Labs), Mike Horton (Crossbow), Hans Mulder (Intel), Alfred Chioiu (France Telecom)
3:00 - 3:45
Panel: Facilitating the TinyOS Open Source Community
    Deborah Estrin (UCLA), Wei Hong (Intel), Matt Welsh (Harvard), Kirk McKusick (mckusick)
4:00 - 4:45
Report outs from the Working Groups
4:45 - 5:00
Futre Plans and Wrap-up