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CRIC, a RESTful interface for CERERE

CRIC (Cric is Restful Interface for Cerere) is a RESTful interface for our CERERE monitoring system.

Project Description

The CERERE system is based on a multi-tier architecture and uses an open (and cheap) gateway to interconnect the WSN and the interactive management Web application. However, the current implementation is not fully modular since all nodes must use the CERTO protocol to correctly expose measurements through the web interface. Instead, adding a standard interface like a RESTful one would make the system really modular and hardware- and protocol-agnostic.

Source Code

All the software needed to extend the CERERE architecture with a RESTful interface is freely available here.

Source code has been written by Flavio Toffalini and is released under the GNU GPL License. SQLite is in the Public Domain.


  • Emanuele Goldoni, Alberto Savioli, Filippo De Stefani, Davide Silvestri, Flavio Toffanili, and Paolo Gamba, “REnvDB, A RESTful Database for Pervasive Environmental Wireless Sensor Networks”, in Proc. of the 2010 International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops (IDCSW 2010), 21 June 2010, Genova, Italy. ( 10.1109/ICDCSW.2010.56)
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