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TODO: In the sub sections describe the key features of the test beds according to a common scheme. Description should contain available node types, location of nodes, endpoints for accessing the testbed.

Santander

Lübeck

The WISEBED compatible testbed consists of 162 stationary nodes of three different kinds (iSense, TelosB and Pacemate) which are deployed indoors in 15 rooms.
To make sure that new applications do not harm the main test bed and running experiments, a sandbox test bed comprising 18 nodes is deployed in an isolated room.

The primary use case of the Lübeck testbed is research and experimentation. Most of the sensor nodes are wired via an USB backbone which allows easy maintenance and failure recovery.
The testbed is maintained with the Testbed Runtime software, which bases on the APIs defined during the WISEBED project.
Experimenters, which require a certain topology for their experiment, can create a logical topology independent of the physical one using Virtual Links.

Guildford

The SmartSantander deployment at Guildford consists of 250 stationary nodes of heterogenous type (170 TelosB, 80 XM1000) which are deployed indoors in 50 rooms over a three floors building.
The primary use case of the Guildford testbed is research and experimentation. However, due to the nature of the provided sensing capabilities, some services can also be deployed on top of the testbed. Such services comprise of energy monitoring at work desk, possibiliy to remotely turning off desk devices left on, monitoring of room lights left on.
All the sensor nodes are wired via an USB backbone which allows easy maintenance and failure recovery.
The testbed is maintained with the Testbed Runtime software, which bases on the APIs defined during the WISEBED project.

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