TinyOS Technology Exchange

The Third International TinyOS Technology Exchange will provide an exciting forum for researchers, developers, companies, educators,  and users from the worldwide TinyOS community to learn from one another about  important recent developments in open embedded networking and to participate in shaping paths of future development.   It will continue the tradition of in-depth technical discussions, rich hands-on demonstrations, and thoughtful panels on emerging issues.   Come and show what you have created.  (TinyOS Logo competition)

Demo participants: Please update your demo details at this link.

Friday, Feb. 10, 2006, 7:30 am - 5 pm
Stanford University (directions) (hotel suggestions) (Parking information)
Fairchild Auditorium   (map)
Stanford, CA 94305
Who: Members of the industry, research, 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) for attendence and demo/poster submissions

Demo/Poster submission and information page
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. 


Start End
7:30 8:30
Registration & Setup
8:30 8:40
Opening & Welcome

Reports from the working groups [slides]

8:40 9:05

TinyOS 2.0 David Gay
9:05 9:25

Networking Phil Levis
9:25 9:40

Alliance David Culler
9:40 9:50

Host-Mote Ben Greenstein & Gil Tolle
9:50 10:00

8051 Martin Leopold & Philippe Bonnet
10:00 10:20

10:20 11:10
Panel: Emerging TinyOS Platforms

Mike Horton (Crossbow),
Joe Polastre (Moteiv),
Peter Corke (CSIRO)
11:10 12:00
Panel: TinyOS and Surrounding Standards (Zigbee, IPv6, 1451, BacNet, HTTP)

Geoff  Mulligan (Invensys)
Alexander Belenki (Meshnetics / Luxoft),
Wei Hong (Arched Rock)

12:00 12:45

12:45 14:30
Demos and Posters

If you don't see your demo/poster on the link, please email ttx3demos@gmail.com with title, authors, short (250 word) abstract and any special needs.
14:30 15:20
Panel: WSN  Component Trends

Graham Martin (ChipCon)

Paul Kimmelman (ARM)

David Taubenheim (Motorola)
15:20 16:10
Panel:  Stability vs Innovation

Neil Hancock (BioMonitors)
Phil Levis (Stanford)
Richard Martin (Rutgers)

16:10 16:30
Awards and Wrapup
TinyOS Logo Award

Previous TTX events: 2004, 2005

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To add your link to this list, please send it to culler@cs.berkeley.edu.