Flicker: Rapid Prototyping for the Batteryless Internet-of-Things

@inproceedings{Hester2017FlickerRP,
  title={Flicker: Rapid Prototyping for the Batteryless Internet-of-Things},
  author={Josiah D. Hester and Jacob Sorber},
  booktitle={SenSys '17},
  year={2017}
}
  • Josiah D. Hester, Jacob Sorber
  • Published in SenSys '17 2017
  • Computer Science
  • Batteryless, energy-harvesting sensing systems are critical to the Internet-of-Things (IoT) vision and sustainable, long-lived, untethered systems. [...] Key Method Flicker's software tools automatically detect new hardware configurations, and simplify software changes. We have evaluated the overhead and performance of our Flicker prototype and conducted a case study. We also evaluated the usability of Flicker in a user study with 19 participants, and found it had above average or excellent usability according…Expand Abstract

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