Sometimes routes may appear as invalid or unknown when they should appear as valid. This will happen if the rcynic implementation is misconfigured in some way. Two of those reasons might be concerning the Trust-Anchor-Locators (TALs), or with permissions of the rcynic folders. Problems with the TALs include that it could be missing, it is in the wrong format, or its contents are incorrect. In regards to permissions, rcynic could have been run manually using sudo, thus creating files and folders with the user:group of root:root preventing the rcynic agent from being able to access or modify these files. These two issues can be identified quickly and can be remedied with relative ease once the problem has been identified.
RNOC works closely with campus units and industry partners, including the Office of Information Technology, Cyber Security, Facilities, and Auxiliary Services to make data available for research and innovation. This includes network and wireless data, transportation and location data, as well as data from living labs we support. Many of these data sources are available via API, while others require special access controls, IRB, de-identification, and/or secured environments. For more information visit the GT Journey site or email RNOC Lab Staff.
The Aware Home is an interdisciplinary research endeavor aimed at addressing the fundamental technical, design, and social challenges for people in a home setting. Central to this research is the Aware Home, a 3-story, 5040 square foot facility designed to facilitate research, while providing an authentic home environment.