Wireless Battle Mesh
The Wireless Battle of the Mesh is an event that aims at bringing together people from across the world to test the performance of different routing protocols for ad-hoc networks, like Babel, B.A.T.M.A.N., BMX6, OLSR, 802.11s and Static Routing.
It is a tournament with a social character. If you are a mesh networking enthusiast, community networking activist, or have an interest in mesh networks you might want to check this out!
The goal of the WirelessBattleMesh events is to set-up hands-on testbed for each available mesh routing protocol with a standard test procedure for the different mesh networks. During the different WBM events, similar hardware and software configuration will be used based on the OpenWRT BoardSupportPackage and packages for each protocol implementation. The WBM events are also a great opportunity to develop testing tools for PHY/MAC radio layers (drivers, scripts and PHY analyzers).
If you want to know who is behind the WBM, you should visit AboutUs.
See you at WBMv13 in 2020!
8-14 July 2019: BattleMesh v12 near Paris (FR)
05-11 Jun 2017: BattleMesh v10 in Vienna (AT)
01-07 May 2016: BattleMesh v9 in Porto (PT)
03-09 Aug 2015: BattleMesh v8 in Maribor (SI)
12-18 May 2014: BattleMesh v7 in Leipzig (DE)
19-21 Jul 2013: Babel Wireless Mesh hackathon in Paris (FR)
15-21 Apr 2013: BattleMesh v6 in Aalborg (DK)
26-01 Apr 2012: BattleMesh v5 in Athens (GR)
23-25 Mar 2012: BattleMesh v5 Warmup in Sarantaporo (GR)
07-09 Okt 2011: Babel workshop in Brussels (BE)
10-14 Aug 2011: BattleMesh v4.01 in Finowfurt - CCC camp (DE)
16-20 Mar 2011: BattleMesh v4 in Sant Bartomeu del Grau (CAT)
11-14 Nov 2010: BattleMesh v3.3 in Godarville (BE)
03-05 Sep 2010: BattleMesh v3.1416 in Ghent (BE)
02-06 Jun 2010: BattleMesh v3 in Bracciano (IT)
26-28 Feb 2010: BattleMesh v2.7 in Brussels and Hasselt (BE)
17-18 Oct 2009: BattleMesh v2 in Brussels (BE)
11-12 Apr 2009: BattleMesh v1 in Paris (FR)
Battlemesh Seeking for Endorsements!
Read the page Endorsement Strategy to learn why endorsing the event is a good thing.