MyriaNed™ is an invention of the Devlab (www.devlab.nl
). The development of the MyriaNed started not only by some Devlab companies but also with the aid of Universities and Technical High schools. A global overview of our contribution to the development of MyriaNed™ and it's progress will be posted on this website, so if you are interested you are invited to follow us. Any suggestions are welcome on email@example.com
Our brains are the inspiration for us to continue with the MyriaNed™. We can do a lot more with our brains than we can do with our technology today. In a MyriaNed network we can approach this by starting with the system architecture of the brains. By also adding psychology knowledge to such a network we hope to lower the gap between the human and technical behavior. Due to the evergrowing complexity of future systems this step is needed to keep using the systems in a human way.
I like to demonstrate this view in a couple of years, to begin with a simple self organized building.
The present2015 More commercial projects are expected and improving MyriaModem will be done in Devlab projects like Proheal. Ewids and Demanes will be ended with a final demonstration.
The past2014 The usability and maintenance performances of MyriaModem was improved. Due to several projects the Gossip layers where changed to enlarge the functionalities. And more sensors were developed to realize several commercial projects. The main purposes are: building environment (energy, climate), safety/maintenance (water, railroad) or wellness (animals).2013
Presented our MyriaModem Edukit (Electronics&Automation fair), started to raise our skills in MyriaNed with several new projects (alone, with customers and/or Universities: about Living Light, Door/Window monitor, Railway safety, Security light), finished the EIA project, improved the structure of the MyriaNed software (for usability and maintenance performances) and developed the first sensors suitable for a MyriaModem.2012
Finishing the STORM project, developed our node (the MyriaModem), did a project in energy harvesting (with the Holst institute) and started the next collaborative projects Ewids (Extreme Wireless Distributed Systems) and Demanes (Design, Monitoring and operation of Adaptive Networked Systems).2011
Continuing the STORM project and supporting the business creation team in the EIA project (Experiment Innovatie Alliantie).2010
Finishing the ALwEN project and continuing the STORM project.2009
We had a bigger part in the development of second collaborative project STORM (Sensor Technology On Radio Modules).2008
Support at the first collaborative project ALwEN (Ambient Living with Embedded Networks) with the V3 node.2007
Development of part of the hardware and software for the MyriaNedV3 node.2006
We started at Devlab with discussions about the simulations done by the Universities.