Internet of Things Lab

Internet of Things (IoT) laboratory allows conducting research in several key areas that include but are not limited to:

  • Interoperability of protocols and services;
  • Security and privacy mechanisms for IoT;
  • Designing and implementation of communication methods and data aggregation systems for the Internet of Things as well as the development of domain computational services, including decision support systems;
  • Integration of computing, communications, measurement and actuating services.

The laboratory equipment consists of computational server, programmable routers and variety of programmable microcomputers and microcontrollers with different kind of communication interfaces, sensor sets and development kits. The computational and functional resources of the IoT laboratory may be extended with servers of remaining laboratories as well as the other equipment, e.g. disk arrays, traffic generators.

National Institute of Telecommunications

NIT’s laboratory consists of the following domains and devices:

  • Personal Area Networks: IEEE 802.15.4 (including ZigBee)
    • 5x Freescale TWR-KW24Dx
    • 5x Sniffer Freescale KW24D512
    • 1x Telegesis ETRX3 Development Kit
    • 2x WandBoard microcomputer i.MX6 Quad
    • Light, temperature and humidity sensors with ZigBee connectivity
  • Microcomputers
    • 10x Raspberry Pi2 B
    • 1x Banana Pi
    • Compatible accessories: cameras, TFT displays, picoboards, sensors (proximity, light, temperature, current)

You can use them in place or rent them.

Warsaw University of Technology

WUT’s laboratory consists of the following standalone devices:

  • 1x Telegesis ETRX3 Development Kit
  • 2x WandBoard microcomputer i.MX6 Quad
  • 8x Raspberry Pi2 B
  • 5x Arduino Uno Rev 3
  • 5x Gravity: 27 Pcs Sensor Kit for Arduino
  • 5x Set of sensors for RPi2

You can use them in place or rent them.

Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center

PSNC IoT Laboratory provides 5 different complete Libelium kits (

  • Smart Water IoT Vertical Kit
  • Smart Parking IoT Vertical Kit
  • Smart Cities IoT Vertical Kit
  • Smart Environment IoT Vertical Kit
  • Evaluation Kit

Wroclaw University of Technology

Wroclaw University of Technology IoT laboratory consists of the following standalone devices:

  • 4x Raspberry Pi2 B
  • 4x Netduino v2
  • 4x Set of sensors for RPi2

Silesian University of Technology

The IoT laboratory at Silesian University of Technology is equipped with:

  • Server for data aggregation and data analysis: 1x HP ProLiant DL380 Gen9 8SFF CTO, equipped with Intel Xeon E5-2650v3 CPU, 16GB RAM, 1.2TB HDD, 2xGbE BaseT Adapter for IBM System x
  • Programmable wireless routers: 2x Linksys WRT 1900AC, supporting IEEE 802.11 a, b, g, n, ac standards, radio frequency bands: 2.4 & 5GHz; equipped with Internet, Ethernet (1-4), USB 3.0, USB 2.0 / eSATA combo ports, providing support of OpenWRT system
  • 15x Raspberry Pi2 B+ with WLAN,
  • 15x Arduino Mega 2560 Rev3 with XBee 802.15.4 1mW Series 1 Wire Antenna; PoE module, WLAN and Ethernet
  • 15x development kit for Arduino with set of sensors
  • 5x development kit for Raspberry with set of sensors
  • 1x Adafruit platform with Attiny 85 3,3V microcontroller, 1x Adafruit wearable platform with set of sensors
  • 1x NFC controller, 1x RFID controller, set of tags
  • Additional communication modules for Raspberry and Arduino: XBee, GSM/GPRS/SMS/DTMF Modules