The present Documentation website consists of four sections, all accessible from the navbar.
- Start with the Quick Start and Introduction section for in-depth information on Acklio.
- Continue with the SCHC Adaptation Layer section to learn the most about the SCHC mechanism.
- Read detailed product datasheet in the Software Suite section.
- And last but not least, try our Demo Examples that illustrate three of our favorite use cases.
A Glossary of Acronyms helps you unscramble all the acronyms used in this documentation.
Acklio in Short
SCHC and the Acklio Software Suite turn any IoT device into a native IP addressable device and create an IP tunnel between devices and application for uplink and downlink data exchange.
SCHC (pronounce "chic") is the acronym for Static Context Header Compression, a compression and fragmentation mechanism defined by the IPv6 over LPWAN working group (driven by Acklio) at the IETF and standardized under RFC 8724.
The table below guides you to to quickly find the information you need and therefore get started quickly.
|Read the pages of the CONCEPTS section to get detailed information on SCHC mechanisms and how SCHC layer inserts in the IP stack.
|Discover the architecture of the Acklio Software Suite and read the product datasheets in the PLATFORM section.
|Recommended hardware and software are listed in this page.
|To avoid any confusion, check the meaning of acronyms in the GLOSSARY.
|Get detailed information on the organizations working on LoRa networks by visiting their websites. They are listed in the CREDITS page.
How it Works
Acklio provides you with an access to:
- The Acklio IPCore platform dedicated to your Organization, according to your License
- The Acklio Knowledge Database on Confluence, according to your License
- The Acklio Repository on GitLab for the three Demo Examples
- The online documentation of the Demo Examples