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Oi!: An Opportunistic Data Transmission Tool, 2016 (H2020 UMOBILE project)

Oi!: An Opportunistic Data Transmission Tool based on Social-Aware Routing

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Luis Amaral Lopes, Rute C. Sofia, Paulo Mendes and Waldir Moreira, Oi!: An Opportunistic Data Transmission Tool based on Social-Aware Routing, COPE-SW-16-01, 2016

 

 is a simple and opportunistic application that allows exchange of data even in the verge of no Internet access, by relying on opportunistic communication approaches. Developed in the context of the H2020 UMOBILE project, Oi! is open-source.

 

 

Environment

 

DFS has been developed as a mac80211 patch for UNIX environments and has been tested successfully on Ubuntu (stations) as well as on OpenWRT (controller).

 

 

The Team

 

DFS has been conceived, validated, and implemented by COPELABS (Rute Sofia and Luis LOpes) and University of Kent (Huseyin Haci, Hassan Osman, Huiling Zhu) in the context of the European project ULOOP - User-centric Wireless Local Loop.

 

Videos

 

DFS Demo (2012)

 

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