The IoT Benchmarking consortium gathers academics from the low-power wireless networking community worldwide.

The community has put a lot of effort in building testbeds and tools to enable realistic experimental validation. Yet, a standardized evaluation methodology is still missing!
An ideal benchmark would

  • Provide a set of tools and practices for performance evaluation
  • Enable fair comparisons between new and existing approaches,
    even when code is not openly available
  • Enable repeatability of experimental results

Our vision is to raise the bar in the quality of experimental data, and provide researchers and engineers in both academia and industry with an objective view of the strengths and weaknesses among existing protocols.



In the spotlights

2nd Workshop on Benchmarking Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things


Contiki-NG v4.3 is out! Stability and security improvements, added support for MPL, improved GPIO HAL, and a new logo. See more at

#CPSIoTBench is on! Very exciting talks throughout the day. Coming up @PatPannuto on reproducibility in localization research.
You are at #CPSIoTWeek? Come join us!

Getting ready for #CPSIoTBench !?

The detailed program is online. Check-it out, and see you at the workshop 🙂

An event organized by @iot_bench

The preliminary program of #CPSIoTBench with exciting invited talks and paper presentations is out!

Looking forward to see you in Montreal for CPS-IoT Week 2019!

Early registration deadline is March 15.

Submission deadline for the #CPSIoTBench workshop extended till January 15. Final extension!

We are looking forward to reading your ideas to improve experimental research in CPS and IoT networking research 🙂


Let's keep the discussion going at #CPSIoTBench, the 2nd Workshop on Benchmarking Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things.

A CPS-IoT Week Workshop organized by @marcozimmerl
and @iot_bench

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