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Tuesday, October 11 • 11:40 - 12:30
Run Your Own 6LoWPAN Based IoT Network - Stefan Schmidt, Samsung

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With 6LoWPAN a technology has emerged that allows the use of IPv6 on small and tiny sensors. Specified by the IETF and implemented by IoT operating systems like Contiki, RIOT, Zephyr and Linux it helps to bridge the gap between well known IP based networks and small hardware with limited battery life and connectivity. It also became a base component of other specifications like ZigBee IP/NAN or Thread.
In this talk Stefan will explain quickly what makes 6LoWPAN interesting and how it is used today. From his experience of being one of the core developers of the linux-wpan and 6LoWPAN stack in the Linux Kernel he will show how you can setup a 6LoWPAN network.
The talk will provide a run through of setting up and deploying a 6LoWPAN based network. Explaining the needed background and protocol specifics at each step while focusing on the result.

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Stefan Schmidt

Senior Software Engineer, Samsung
Stefan Schmidt is a FOSS contributor for over a decade by now. During this time he worked on different projects and different layers of the Linux eco system. From bootloader and Kernel over build systems for embedded to user interfaces. He was serving as technical steering committee member of OpenEmbedded during the merge with the Yocto project, helped porting a 2.6 kernel to some early smartphones and is the release manager of the... Read More →


Tuesday October 11, 2016 11:40 - 12:30
Salon 1 Moskau - Ground Level

Attendees (55)