Nettsider med emneord «Models4IoT»

Publisert 23. aug. 2017 10:45

Interested in Cloud Systems ? Then working with auto-scaling and load balancing is the more challenging part. There are many aspects to deal with, and the concrete Cloud platform of Tellu is a perfect starting point. This is based on Amazon cloud (AWS), which is also one of the more advanced platforms when it comes to auto-scaling capabilities.

Knowledge of Java is needed, because Tellu Cloud is programmed mainly in Java.

You will be spending time in the Tellu company, which is constantly improving their cloud platform.

See project link. Ask for discussions with one of the supervisors, for more information or variations of the project. See also general concerns.

Publisert 23. aug. 2017 10:17

This topic involves developing IoT systems with a graphical language and development environment called ThingML and developed partly by SINTEF in collaboration with international partners in European projects. IoT involves many kinds of small devices with limited capabilities. In consequence different programming concerns are raised, as opposed to classic object-oriented programming. Many of the languages are more low-level, like C or nesC (of Contiki or TinyOS) and less easy to master. In this project you will use a different approach, based on graphical languages and automatic code generation.

See project link. Ask for discussions with one of the supervisors, for more information or variations of the project. See also general concerns.

Publisert 30. okt. 2015 19:47
Publisert 30. okt. 2015 18:58
Publisert 20. sep. 2015 09:10
Publisert 11. sep. 2015 09:21
Publisert 7. sep. 2015 21:54

IoT involves many kinds of small devices with limited capabilities. In consequence different programming concerns are raised, as opposed to classic object-oriented programming. Many of the languages are more low-level, like C or nesC (of Contiki or TinyOS) and less easy to master. In this project you will use a different approach, based on modelling and automatic code generation. The tool that will be used is the QP-nano. This is specially designed for resource constrained systems. The tool is part of a tool suite coming from QuantumLeaps and has also a book written about it, which the student will study.

See project link. Ask for discussions with one of the supervisors, for more information or variations of the project. See also general concerns.