CupCarbon-Lab: An IoT Emulator

Abstract : —In the new generation of networks, not only computers are connected but also objects like cars, streets, buildings, or just, everything. In general, these things communicate by means of internet using gateways. Simulating these systems can help to validate specific algorithms and concepts. However, it cannot give any accurate information about reality when some problems arise such as delays, disconnectivity, attacks, insecurity, and especially in the case of large networks. Also, the real implementation of such networks is very complex, time consuming and can be impossible when the nodes are situated in different cities or countries. In this demo we propose a new platform called CupCarbon-Lab based on the existing simulator CupCarbon, where the codes used in simulation can be directly injected in real connected embedded cards like Raspberry Pi cards. This platform can automatically generate from the software a real IoT network even it is already deployed, which can be reconfigured without the need to go through each node. It also helps to test the feasibility and the scalability of an algorithm in real conditions.
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Ahcène Bounceur, Olivier Marc, Massinissa Lounis, Julien Soler, Laurent Clavier, et al.. CupCarbon-Lab: An IoT Emulator. IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference, IEEE, Jan 2018, Las Vegas, United States. ⟨hal-01704422⟩



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