wiki:OKGems-1Q10-status

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OKGems Project Status Report

Period: 1Q10

I. Major accomplishments

  • Built a sensor network testbed at Oklahoma State University using the KanseiGenie installer.
  • Built an initial standalone application for remotely controlling robotic arms.
  • Presented the progress and plan of OKGems in the Cluster D session at GEC7

A. Milestones achieved

  • OKGEMS: S2.a Plan for integration of sensor networks
    • Done
  • OKGEMS: S2.b Cluster plan for VLANs between testbeds
    • Done
  • OKGEMS: S2.c Integration of sensor networks in the lab
    • Done

B. Deliverables made

II. Description of work performed during last quarter

  • Summary of accomplishments related to GENI-fying NetEye using KanseiGenie installer:
    • Cloned the stargate aggregate manager on linux-featured laptops in OKGems (plan to use fitPC2 in the next stage instead of laptops or PCs)
    • Cloned the KanseiGenie server directors on OKGems server
    • Customized the KanseiGenie webportal for OKGems
    • Cloned the KanseiGenie aggregate manager
    • Consulted with KanseiGenie and NetEye teams for above tasks
  • Summary of accomplishments related to extending KanseiGenie researcher portal
    • Redesigned Portal to make it site independent

A. Activities and findings

The following tasks are ongoing:

  • Import ORCA Bella
  • Redesign of some components in KanseiGenie
  • Integrate sensor networks in the lab and farmland
  • Further develop resource handler for both sensor networks and robots
  • GENI outreach

B. Project participants

Investigators:

  • Xiaolin (Andy) Li
  • Johnson Thomas
  • Venkatesh Sarangan
  • Weihua Sheng
  • Nazanin Rahnavard

Staff:

  • Li Yu
  • Han Zhao
  • Praveen Khethavath
  • Xinxin Liu
  • Nhat Nguyen

C. Publications (individual and organizational)

  • None.

D. Outreach activities

E. Collaborations

  • Collaborate with KanseiGenie and NetEye teams
  • Collaborate with researchers in Biosystems and Agriculture Engineering Department at Oklahoma State University

F. Other Contributions