Say “Hello” to IBM Mote Runner!
Welcome to Mote Runner, IBM’s infrastructure platform for wireless sensor networks (WSN).
Mote Runner consists of two parts: a run time for mote-class hardware such as MEMSIC Iris motes, and a development environment for WSN applications.
The Mote Runner on-mote run-time platform is based on a virtual machine tailored from scratch for resource-constraint hardware environments. For this, it introduces a new byte-code language that, besides being compact and efficient, provides native support for reactive programming by means of delegates. Together with the run-time library built on top, Mote Runner provides a purely event-driven and thread-free programming model.
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|Mar 2013||IBM Mote Runner beta 11.0 New features:
|Aug 2012|| IBM Mote Runner beta 9.0 New features:
|2 Apr 2012|| IBM Mote Runner beta 8.2 Release Notes:
|27 Mar 2012|| IBM Mote Runner beta 8.1 Release Notes:
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IBM Mote Runner beta 8 Release Notes:
|30 Aug 2011||New MoteRunner release (beta 5) available.|
|22 Jun 2011||IBM Mote Runner beta 4.0 contains the following:
|15 Dec 2010||IBM Mote Runner beta 3.0 is available on
|16 Jul 2010||IBM Mote Runner SDK beta 2 is available on alphaworks . Please give it a try and don't forget to let us know what you think!|