R-IoT Credits and Development History


Emmanuel Fléty: Lead developer, concept, hardware and firmware

Gaël Dubus: Embedded processing for motion analysis, testing

Frédéric Bevilacqua: Coordination, testing

Development History

  • Gen 1 (aka WIMO) – 2013-2014
    CC3000, Texas Instrument chip with wifi, complete network stack. Communication with a microcontroleur microchip (dedicated compiler) for the application side.
    Sensor:  6 DoF accelerometer + gyroroscope LSM330DLC (ST). No USB port and no programming possibilities. , non reconfigurable. Batterie lipo plate 650mAh (flat factor slide).
  • Gen 2.0 (aka R-IoT) – 2014-2015, version presented at MusicTechFest – Umea.
    CC3200,Texas Instrument chip with wifi stack and integrated application processor  (ARM 32 bits 80 MHz)
    Sensor 9 DoF accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometers + température (LSM9DS0, ST micro). USB port based on Silicon Labs (CP2102). Battery charger integrated though a USB port mini B
    Batterie li-ion truefire 16340 600 mAh (cylinder form factor).
    Compabitble Arduino though Energia environment compatible with TI components (SDK Texas Instrument and GCC)
    First version of the RIoT firmaware, programmable only with Windows
  • Gen 2.1 : (aka R-IoT) – 2015 (since July 2015, version presented at MusicTechFest – Central)
    Same as 2.0 but USB micro et  USB serial port usingFTDI R232. Battery lipo 500 mAh Adafruit (flat form factor).
    Upgraded version of the RIoT firmware, programmable on Windows, OSX. 
  • Bitalino R-IoT (2016-17): developed as a collaboration between IRCAM and PluX, with the support of from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N°644862 RAPID-MIX.