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Section: Research Program


Designing Tomorrow's Internet of (Important) Things

Inria-EVA is a leading research team in low-power wireless communications. The team pushes the limits of low-power wireless mesh networking by applying them to critical applications such as industrial control loops, with harsh reliability, scalability, security and energy constraints. Grounded in real-world use cases and experimentation, EVA co-chairs the IETF 6TiSCH standardization working group, co-leads Berkeley's OpenWSN project and works extensively with Analog Devices' SmartMesh IP networks. Inria-EVA is the birthplace of the Wattson Elements startup and the Falco solution. The team is associated with Prof. Glaser's (UC Berkeley) and Prof. Kerkez (U. Michigan) through the REALMS associate research team, and with OpenMote through a long-standing Memorandum of Understanding.