WiSE Lab is a research group within the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Carnegie Mellon University that focuses on the platforms, protocols and processing techniques that support networked embedded systems. We work on a broad range of topics including: operating system design, wireless networking, sensing technologies, real-time scheduling, time synchronization and localization. We apply our work to real world applications such as building/home energy management, critical infrastructure monitoring, large-scale environmental sensing and mobile computing. As part of this effort, we strive to transition our research into community accessible open-source hardware and software platforms that can be built upon and extended by others.
Wireless Sensor Networking Platform
A Real-Time Distributed UAV Platform
Acoustic ranging for smartphones
Embedded Vision Processing
Internet Scale Sensing and Control
Synchronization using AC powerlines
Building Energy Optimization
Wireless monitoring and control
RTOS for wireless sensor networks
Wireless Energy Management
Visual Light Communication
LED to camera communication
Cloud-to-Edge Embedded Storage
Building CPS Testbed
June 18th, 2014
April 20th, 2014
Back from another great CPS week. Patrick's new ALPS hardware came in a respectable 4th in the IPSN localization competition for infrastructure-based solutions. Niranjini gave a talk and showed a demo of our new visual light communication (VLC) system and Max gave a talk about our micro-grid work in Haiti.
April 1st, 2014
Two new IPSN papers to be presented at CPS week in Berlin.
December 6th, 2013
January 9th, 2013
New website launched!
November 10th, 2012