Getting Started


The Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform (WISP) was started in 2006 at Intel Labs Seattle. Today, WISP is mainly developed and maintained by the Sensor Systems Lab at the University of Washington. However, the project is open-source, so anyone may contribute. 

WISP 6 is the latest version of this platform. It was created with a focus on modularity and ease of development. Along side it, WISP Desktop was released, a GUI application for interfacing with WISP devices through a compatible RFID reader.

GitHub Repositories

Required Items

Importing Projects into CCS

Programming WISP

In CCS, you should see a number of named projects. We'll focus on these projects to start, all of which do not require any mount-on sensor boards.

Reader and Host Setup