ProjeCt FITNESS

Development of innovative technical solutions for the Internet of Things

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Improve the performance of IoT network building blocks – from elementary blocks to enriched services – to meet the specific needs of Industry 4.0 and mobility applications. 

  • Eric Mercier, CEA-Leti
  • Nadjib Achir, INRIA
  • Olivier Boissier, IMT
  • Yann Deval, CNRS

The aim of the FITNESS project is to study elementary IoT blocks with a view to integrating them into vertical applications. Three areas are covered: (i) Massive IoT, (ii) Industry 4.0 and (iii) Connected Transport & Vehicle Applications. FITNESS studies the fundamental constraints of these applications, most of which cut across all three domains: energy consumption and resource allocation (preeminent for massively distributed sensors), information security and service guarantee (particularly for the industrial sector), latency and robustness (critical in vehicular applications). Special attention is also paid to the coexistence of 5G and post-5G protocols and networks. 

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