Adaptive resource management for IoT based on monitoring embedded in integrated circuits
|Coordinator||Lunds universitet - Institutionen för elektro- och informationsteknik|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 125 000|
|Project duration||November 2016 - February 2017|
|Venture||The strategic innovation programme Electronic Components and Systems:|
Purpose and goal
Demonstrate propagation of subsystem´s status in integrated circuits to algorithms for resource management at system-level.
Expected results and effects
Ericsson and LTH have jointly made a pre-study on how IEEE 1687 and I2C can be used as the infrastructure at monitoring. We have built a demonstrator where we implemented two instruments connected in an IEEE 1687 network on an FPGA and we have shown the possibility to communicate with these instruments and a Calvin, which is executing on a Raspberry Pie. We have also made an analysis that shows that more work is needed to reach a flexible way to communicate with embedded instruments.
Planned approach and implementation
The overall goal in the project was to combine information from instrument in integrated circuits with resource management in the Calvin-system by expose changes in the function of integrated circuit as changes to the platforms capabilities, such that IoT application automatically can adjust to the new situation. In raw restudy the goal was to study communication between instruments and resource management in Calvin and demonstrate communication between an instrument, of example a temperature sensor and the resource management of Calvin.