Short Description: The Open Source OS for the Internet of Things
Description: What is Contiki?
Contiki is an open source operating system for the Internet of Things. Contiki connects tiny low-cost, low-power microcontrollers to the Internet. Contiki is a powerful toolbox for building complex wireless systems.
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Check out Thingsquare Internet Standards Contiki provides powerful low-power Internet communication. Contiki supports fully standard IPv6 and IPv4, along with the recent low-power wireless standards: 6lowpan, RPL, CoAP. With Contiki's ContikiMAC and sleepy routers, even wireless routers can be battery-operated. Rapid Development
With Contiki, development is easy and fast:
Contiki applications are written in standard C, with the Cooja simulator Contiki networks can be emulated before burned into hardware, and Instant Contiki provides an entire development environment in a single download. Contiki development introduction »
A Selection of Hardware
Contiki runs on a range of low-power wireless devices, many of which can be easily purchased online.
Contiki platforms - Active Community
Contiki is developed by a world-wide team of developers with contributions from Atmel, Cisco, ETH, Redwire LLC, SAP, Thingsquare, and many others, led by Adam Dunkels of Thingsquare.
Contiki community - Open Source Software
Contiki is open source software: Contiki can be freely used both in commercial and non-commercial systems and the full source code is available.
Contiki open source license - Community Support
Contiki provides community support through the Contiki developer community.
Web Site : http://www.contiki-os.org
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