This wiki lists the agenda, minutes and material of the weekly Webex and in-person meetings of the IETF 6TiSCH group.
Webex meetings, posting to the 6TiSCH mailing and participation at IETF meeting are subject to the IETF Note Well.
Webex meetings are recorded, and minutes are taken. Presented material, minutes and recording are available publicly.
Bi-weekly Webex calls are scheduled every two Fridays at 7am PST (San Francisco), and are open to all. The draft agenda and call-in instruction are announced on the 6TiSCH mailing list approximately one week before the call.
- Webex 22 January 2016
- Webex 08 January 2016
- Webex 11 December 2015
- Webex 27 November 2015
- IETF 94 Yokohama 5 November 2015 (WG meeting)
- Webex 23 October 2015
- SF0 ad-hoc meeting 13 October 2015
- Webex 09 October 2015
- OTF ad-hoc meeting 05 October 2015
- OTF ad-hoc meeting 02 October 2015
- Webex 25 September 2015
- Webex 04 September 2015
This section lists some of the presentations given around 6TiSCH. This list is not exhaustive and "best-effort". E-mail email@example.com if you want to add an entry to this list. The slides are not open-source, please contact the presenters if you wish to reuse any part of these presentations.
- Thomas Watteyne. The Internet of Important Things. DREAM seminar. 8 April 2014, UC Berkeley. [slides]
- Xavi Vilajosana. IETF 6TiSCH, a New Standardization Effort to Combine IPv6 Connectivity with Industrial Performance. Presented at gogoNet. 13 November 2013. Sunnyvale, CA, USA. [slides,video]
- [Spanish] Diego Dujovne. Internet de las cosas / 6TiSCH. Presented at the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. 1 November 2013. Córdoba, Argentina. [slides]
- Maria Rita Palattella. IETF 6TSCH: Combining IPv6 Connectivity with Industrial Performance. Presented at esIoT workshop. 5 July 2013. Taichung, Taiwan. [slides]
Publications, press, etc
This section lists some publications, press coverage, and others of 6TiSCH. This list is not exhaustive and "best-effort". E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to add an entry to this list.
- Low power wireless protocols boost industrial networking. Pascal Thubert. Industrial Ethernet Book Issue 83 / 24.