TinyOS Technology Exchange

The Second International 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.   We will have in-depth presentations on TinyOS 2.0, new 802.15.4 platforms, key network services, full-scale applications, and awarding of the Crossbow Smart Dust Challenge prize.  Come and show what you have created.

Friday, Feb. 11, 2005, 8:30 am - 5 pm
Sibley Hall, University of California Berkeley in the Bectel Engineering Bldg.  (map)
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.
Registration Page (Please register by Jan 30)
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. 
There is no parking on campus.  There is public parking between Center and Allston, west of Shattuck - right near the Berkeley BART station.  There is a campus bus in front of the Bank of America, or a short walk through campus.  The workshop has not made special hotel arrangements, but several are available in town, including the Durant, Clairmont, Shattuck, Radison, and Holiday Inn.

Preliminary Program

8:30 - 9:00
Coffee & Setup (Demos can begin setup at 7:00)
9:00 - 9:15
Introduction and Welcome (David Culler)
9:15 - 10:00
New TinyOS Platforms panel:
   - MicaZ (Alan Broad, Crossbow),
   - Telos (Joe Polastre, UCB/Moteiv),
   - EYES (Vlado Handziski, TU Berlin),
   - iMOTE2 (Lama Nachman, Intel)
10:00 - 10:40
Important Recent Developments:
    Deluge reliable network programming (Jonathon Hui, UCB)
    XMESH routing layer (Martin Turon, Crossbow)
    TinyOS 1.2 - stable 1.1.x (Ion Yannopoulos, UCB)
     SNMS - sensor network managment system (Gilman Tolle, UCB)
10:40 - 12:40
Participant Demos and Posters  (poster/demo descriptions)
     - if your poster/demo does not appear in this list or if you want to add information, please send mail to hohltb@eecs.berkeley.edu.
12:40 - 1:30
1:30 - 2:30
TinyOS 2.0
  - Overview (Phil Levis)
  - Hardware Presentation/Abstraction/Independence illustrated on Sensor Stack (Vlado Handziski)
  - NesC 1.2 - generic components, external types (David Gay)
  - Network stacks (Joe Polastre, Phil Levis)
  - Storage Stack (Jonathan Hui, David Gay)
2:30 - 3:10
Embedded Wireless Networking Testbeds
   - Motelab (Geoff Werner-Allen, Harvard)
   - Kansei Testbed (Emre Ertin, Ohio State Univ.)
   - Mirage (Brent Chun, Intel Research)
   - EmStar/EmTOS (Martin Lukac, UCLA)
3:10 - 3:30
3:30 - 4:15
Panel: A Viable Sensor Network Industrial Ecosystem & Role of Zigbee
    - Mike Horton, Crossbow
    - Jim Schoenduve, ChipCon
    - Asuman Suenbuel, SAP

4:15 - 4:45
Smart Dust Challenge Award
   - judges: Barbara Goode editor-in-chief Sensors Magazine, California State Sen. Debra Bowen, Vint Cerf, and Gary Morgenthaler
  - short presentations by three finalists
4:45 - 5:00
Wrap-up & Future Plans

Crossbow will be holding Smart Dust training session on Feb 9 and 10 in the areaClick for more.
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