Nathalie Mitton

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The initial vision of the Internet of Things (IoT) was of a world in which all physical objects are tagged and uniquelly identified by RFID transponders. However, the concept has grown into multiple dimensions, encompassing sensor networks able to provide real-world intelligence and goal-oriented collaboration of distributed smart objects via local networks(More)
In the current worldwide ICT scenario, a constantly growing number of ever more powerful devices (smartphones, sensors, household appliances, RFID devices, etc.) join the Internet, significantly impacting the global traffic volume (data sharing, voice, multimedia, etc.) and foreshadowing a world of (more or less) smart devices, or “things” in the Internet(More)
Named Data Networking (NDN) is a promising paradigm for the future Internet architecture that also opens new perspectives in the way data can be retrieved in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). In this paper, we explore the potentialities of the NDN paradigm applied to WSNs and propose enhancements to the NDN forwarding strategy by including principles(More)
Sensor networks are wireless adhoc networks where all the nodes cooperate for routing messages in the absence of a fixed infrastructure. Non-flooding, guaranteed delivery routing protocols are preferred because sensor networks have limited battery life. Location aware routing protocols are good candidates for sensor network applications, nevertheless they(More)
This paper considers the problem of designing power efficient routing with guaranteed delivery for sensor networks with known distances between neighbors but unknown geographic locations. We propose Hector, a hybrid energy efficient tree-based optimized routing protocol, based on two sets of virtual coordinates. One set is based on rooted tree coordinates,(More)
This paper introduces the FIT IoT-LAB testbed, an open testbed composed of 2728 low-power wireless nodes and 117 mobile robots available for experimenting with large-scale wireless IoT technologies, ranging from low-level protocols to advanced Internet services. IoT-LAB is built to accelerate the development of tomorrow's IoT technology by offering an(More)
We present a turnover based adaptive HELLO protocol (TAP), which enables nodes in mobile networks to dynamically adjust their HELLO messages frequency depending on the current speed of nodes. To the best of our knowledge, all existing solutions are based on specific assumptions (e.g., slotted networks) and/or require specific hardware (e.g., GPS) for speed(More)
In mobile-beacon assisted sensor localization, beacon mobility scheduling aims to determine the best beacon trajectory so that each sensor receives sufficient beacon signals and becomes localized with minimum delay. We propose a novel DeteRministic dynamic bEAcon Mobility Scheduling (DREAMS) algorithm, without requiring any prior knowledge of the sensory(More)