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Practical Contiki-NG

Programming for Wireless Sensor Networks


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Agus Kurniawan
    Pages 1-46
  3. Agus Kurniawan
    Pages 47-66
  4. Agus Kurniawan
    Pages 67-94
  5. Agus Kurniawan
    Pages 95-135
  6. Agus Kurniawan
    Pages 137-165
  7. Agus Kurniawan
    Pages 167-224
  8. Agus Kurniawan
    Pages 225-248
  9. Agus Kurniawan
    Pages 249-287
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 289-293

About this book


Explore how to develop and implement wireless server networks (WSN) using Contiki-NG, branded as the operating system for the IoT. The book explains Contiki-NG’s advantages in sensing, communication, and energy optimization and enables you to begin solving problems in automation with WSN.

Practical Contiki-NG is a guide to getting started with Contiki-NG programming featuring projects that demonstrate a variety of applications. This book takes a practical and content-driven approach to the latest technologies, including Raspberry Pi, IoT and cloud servers. Readers will go through step-by-step guides and sample scenarios such as sensing, actuating, connectivity, building middleware, and utilizing IoT and cloud-based technologies.

If you're looking to go from zero to hero in using Contiki-NG to build Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) applications then this is the book for you. 


Contiki Programming Wireless Sensor Network Internet of Things Programming Internet of Things Platform Operating System Internet of Things Operating System Step by step Programming Wireless Sensor Networks WSN Sensing and actuating Built IoT Programs

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.DepokIndonesia

About the authors

Agus Kurniawan is a lecturer, IT consultant, and author. He has 15 years of experience on various software and hardware development projects, delivering materials in training and workshops, and technical writing. He has been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award 13 years in a row.

Agus is currently researching and teaching in the field of networking and security systems at the Faculty of Computer Science, Universitas Indonesia and Samsung R&D Institute, Indonesia. Currently, he is pursuing a PhD in computer science at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. He can be reached on Twitter at @agusk2010.

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