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Project Description


blueberrywsn is an application developed during an undergraduate project for the Distributed Systems course of the Federal Technological University of Paraná. It can be used to create a server and clients to establish a Bluetooth network that monitors the light sensors of each client.


The implementation of the server and client of blueberrywsn is based on the RFCOMM examples of the Bluetooth Python extension module PyBluez, which is also a dependency of this application.


First, make sure to install PyBluez’s dependencies:

sudo apt-get install python-dev libbluetooth-dev

Finally, blueberrywsn can be installed with pip:

sudo pip install blueberrywsn


Start the device as a server with:

blueberrywsn server

Start the device as a client with:

blueberrywsn client

Press enter or ctrl + c to stop.


The authors who worked on the project are:

  • Felipe Dau
  • Felipe S. Ruffo
  • Gabriel Rubino
  • Gustavo D. de Oliveira
  • José A. P. Contó
  • Luis R. G. Margarido
  • Rayara dos Santos Fragoso
  • Renata C. Soares
  • Tamires Priscila da Costa
  • Vitor G. Takahashi


The authors who developed this application are:

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