The Institute’s laboratory has modern equipment including networked workstations and servers, measurement electronics, function generators, oscilloscopes and signal analyzers. Hardware equipment includes a large variety of development boards  for microcontrollers, radio transceivers, and communication units.

In addition to common software development tools, such as Eclipse, Git and Redmine, the laboratory provides fully licensed IAR Embedded Workbench, Keil µVision4, Perytons network sniffer, and OPNET network simulator. In addition, the  open-source NS3 and OMNET++ platforms are available for network simulations.