The TinyOS Technology Exchange (TTX) is a yearly venue where developers, users, and companies involved in low-power wireless sensing get together to talk about recent developments and future directions of the TinyOS platform and the related technologies. The TTX has been traditionally held in the USA. To foster a broader European TinyOS community, we are launching a companion event In Europe with the same format.

The First European TinyOS Technology Exchange (ETTX 2009)
will take took place in Cork, Ireland, on February 10, 2009, collocated with EWSN 2009, the largest sensor networks conference in Europe.


  • Keynote and Tutorial Videos On the Gallery page you can find a video of the keynote presentation by David Culler, the tutorial by Philip Levis and a collection of photos from the event.
    Posted Feb 19, 2009, 12:36 PM by Vlado Handziski
  • Looking back at ETTX 2009 Dear all, I hope you had a great time in Cork. With your help the ETTX 2009 has been a resounding success. We had 70 delegates and a packed program ...
    Posted Feb 19, 2009, 12:34 PM by Vlado Handziski
  • Event Program Finalized The event program has been finalized and the Program page has been updated to include the list of accepted contributions for the Community Contribution and Demo&Poster sessions.
    Posted Feb 3, 2009, 1:32 PM by Vlado Handziski
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Program Highlights

  • TinyOS 2.x overview and tutorial by Phil Levis (Stanford)
  • Reports from the TinyOS Working Groups
  • Community Contributions Session
  • Keynote talk by David Culler (UCB/Arch Rock)
  • Open Floor Discussion on the future of TinyOS
  • Poster and Demo Session
More details on the Program page.


 Organizing Committee:
Adam Wolisz, TU Berlin
Vlado Handziski, TU Berlin
 Steering Committee:
David Culler, UC Berkeley/Arch Rock
Philip Levis, Stanford
 Local Arrangements:
Cormac J. Sreenan, UC Cork
Shafique Ahmad Chaudhry, UC Cork

At A Glance

 When: Tuesday, February 10, 2009, 11am -6pm
 Where: Clarion Hotel Cork, Cork, Ireland, collocated with EWSN 2009
 Who: Members of the industry, research, and education community actively working in the wireless embedded network space with TinyOS. Application deployments, research activities, hardware and software developments, specifications, and theoretical progress are all encouraged.
 How: Registration (Please register by Jan. 31 for attendance)



To add your link to this list, please send a mail to vlado.handziski at tu-berlin.de