Skip to main page content

Mr Cédric Crettaz

IoT Lab
Participates in 2 items

Cédric Crettaz is an engineer for industrial systems, specialised in embedded systems. He received his engineering degree in 2006 from the School of Engineering in Sion, Switzerland. After his diploma thesis about the transmission of data using Power Line Communication (PLC), he worked temporarily at Logitech Europe SA as a test engineer. Then, he worked for three years as assistant at the School of Engineering in Sion for several national research projects. Since June 2011, he is working at Mandat International on several European research projects concerning the Internet of Things, IPv6, home automation and smart cities.

Cédric Crettaz took part in the development of the IoT Lab testbed, which allows online experiments with IoT devices. He continues to work with the IoT Lab testbed in other European projects such as F-Interop and Fed4FIRE+, notably to ensure the security and the data protection. The F-Interop platform offers the possibility to perform online tests for IoT with the objectives to measure the scalability, the interoperability and the compliance with standards for the Internet of Things, including on the security and data protection aspects.

Sessions in which Mr Cédric Crettaz participates

Thursday 2 September, 2021

Time Zone: (GMT+01:00) Brussels
11:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM | 1 hour 30 minutes

The IPv6 Initiative at ETSI (3GPP) is attracting a very good number of players including ISPs/Vendor/Academia from Europe, US and Asia to work on:Identify gaps and recommendations of existing and required IPv6 standards both inside ETSI and in other SDOs;Identify and describe IPv6 Network related use cases & specific scenarios, derived requirements and IPv6 networking challenges in the following areas:

Friday 3 September, 2021

Time Zone: (GMT+01:00) Brussels
9:00 AM
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM | 1 hour 15 minutes

The interoperable testbed federations permit to test and use new technological developments linked to the Internet in real conditions. The assessment of the scalability of such recent developments can be done in federated and interoperable testbeds. New use cases can be elaborated and implemented in interoperable testbed federations through realistic experiments. The federation and the interconnection of different testbeds are done through standardized open APIs which are currently in phas...