Welcome at vanderstok consultancy.Ubiquity of Internet:
Overview of 4 technology domains
vanderstok consultancy has considerable experience in real-time networking for large scale installations.
We will be happy to use our experience to bring your projects to a sucessful conclusion.
Horti Culture experience Period 2008 - 2010: Wireless experimentTechnology aspects include:
Office mesh experience Period: 2008 – 2012, IP for LightingTechnology aspects include:
Accelerator control experience Period: 1980-1989 LEP projectTechnology aspects include:
Avionics experience Period 1994 - 1998: BRITE-Euram projectTechnology aspects include:
Peter van der Stok has particpated in many European projects. He has led and/or started for example
Wirelessly Accessible Sensor Populations (WASP)|
The WASP project aimed to facilitate WSN adoption by bringing together relevant stakeholders from different disciplines, each having their own professional vocabulary and skills, to derive generic (hence cost-efficient) solutions. WASP concentrated on three domains with a high potential benefit from WSN-based solutions. The domains are: (1) elderly care to improve personal independence (2) livestock farming, to enable the trend towards larger farm sizes and (3) automotive applications, to decrease the cost, weight, and increase freedom of placement compared to wired solution.
BEing on Time Saves energY (BETSY)|
The BETSY project aimed at multimedia streams on wireless hand-held devices seamlessly adapted to fluctuating network conditions and available terminal resources while reducing the energy consumption of the stream processing. This way the user can enjoy true multimedia experiences with freedom of movement in a networked home. Trade-offs were made between the consumption of networked resources, such as bandwidth use, CPU consumption, memory use and power consumption, while guaranteeing end-to-end timeliness - required for streaming data.
Federated Applications Based on Real-Time Interacting Components (FABRIC)|
The FABRIC consortium contributed to the Ambient Intelligence promise in the home by concentrating on a computing- and network- infrastructure. FABRIC developed an architecture in which several standards and technologies in the home networking context can be integrated. The High Level Architecture (HLA) of the US Department of Defense (DoD), also known as the IEEE 1516 standard, was taken as starting point for the FABRIC. HLA wass chosen for its provision of loose but timed coupling between complex systems.