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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

National Initiatives

Equipex FIT:

Participants : Cedric Adjih, Emmanuel Baccelli, Alexandre Abadie [SED - Inria] , Ichrak Amdouni [Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Sousse & CRISTAL] .

Partners: Inria (Lille, Sophia-Antipolis, Grenoble), INSA, UPMC, Institut Telecom Paris, Institut Télécom Evry, LSIIT Strasbourg.

FIT (Future Internet of Things) aims to develop an experimental facility, a federated and competitive infrastructure with international visibility and a broad panel of customers. It provides this facility with a set of complementary components that enable experimentation on innovative services for academic and industrial users. The project gives french internet stakeholders a means to experiment on mobile wireless communications at the network and application layers thereby accelerating the design of advanced networking technologies for the future internet. FIT was one of 52 winning projects from the first wave of the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research's "Équipements d'Excellence" (Equipex) research grant program, in 2011.

One component of the FIT platform is the sets of IoT-LAB testbeds (see the IoT-LAB web site). These were motivated by the observation that the world is moving towards an “Internet of Things”, in which most communication over networks will be between objects rather than people.

The Infine team is more specifically managing the FIT IoT-LAB site formerly at Rocquencourt, which recently moved to Saclay (on-going re-deployment), and is participating in the deployment of an additional IoT-lab testbed in Berlin (at Freie Universitaet Berlin).


The team has submitted three PRC ANR projects: two projects for the CE25, i.e., on “Réseaux de communication multi-usages, infrastructures de hautes performances, sciences et technologies logicielles” and one for the CE35, i.e., on “Révolution numérique : rapports au savoir et à la culture”.