WSN Applications

WSN TO BENEFIT FROM GROUNDBREAKING VISUALIZATION AND 3D TECHNOLOGIES

March 24, 2014
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WSN TO BENEFIT FROM GROUNDBREAKING VISUALIZATION AND 3D TECHNOLOGIES

A groundbreaking 3D digitization project has led to the creation of a digital copy of the mummy Neswaiu from Medelhavsmuseet in Stockholm, Sweden. The result carried out by Interactive Institute Swedish ICT, Autodesk and CMIV is now presented in a new exhibition where the visitors can unwrap and explore the mummy using an interactive touch table. For the first time ever, visitors will be able…

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Wireless Sensor Networks with Application to Fire Detection in Buildings

October 7, 2013
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PERYTONS MAKE ADVANCEMENT WITH A NEW VERSION OF THEIR PROTOCOL ANALYZER

September 30, 2013
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Perytons Ltd. a leading provider of analyzers for standard and proprietary wireless and PLC wire-line communication protocols, has released version 5.1 of the Perytons Protocol Analyzer. According to Rubi Elbirt, Perytons Vice President, Business Development and International Sales, this new version includes new ways to explore transactions between devices. A new ‘message sequence’ window was added to the variety of the Perytons Protocol Analyzer views.…

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Empowering Wireless Sensor Networks below Ground Surfaces

September 23, 2013
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Empowering Wireless Sensor Networks below Ground Surfaces

A group of scientist led by Dr. Ian F, Akyildiz, Ken Byers Chair Professor in Telecommunications of the Broadband Wireless Networking lab, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (Ga Tech) and collaborators have come up with a project known as ‘The MOLES: Enabling Wireless Sensor Networks in Underground’ supported by the National Science Foundation lasting from 2013 – 2016. The terms…

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Human-Robot Cooperation For Error Recovery In Oil & Gas Applications

August 17, 2013
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Research on wireless sensor networks node localization

August 9, 2013
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Research on wireless sensor networks node localization

Different sensors in different information and their exploitation in intelligent tasks remain a challenge. Given a wireless sensor network consisting of low-power devices, localization is the task of discovering the 2D or 3D positions of the sensor nodes. According to Räty, T.D., in the“Survey on Contemporary Remote Surveillance Systems for Public Safety,” Sensor data should be decomposed into fundamental blocks and the intelligent components should…

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WSN Communication

April 26, 2013
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WSN Communication :Localization, MAC Protocols and Backend Applications Research Topics Investigated • Sensor localization Devised distributed, efficient algorithms to determine sensor locations without help of GPS (e.g., London underground tunnels) by use of multiple antennas Evaluated performance of proposed localization algorithms. Prototyped aspects of the proposed algorithms •MAC protocols – Devised MAC protocols suitable for infrastructure monitoring. Combined MAC with data aggregation functions. Evaluated proposed…

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How Real Is The World Of Wireless Sensor Networks?

April 8, 2013
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How Real Is The World Of Wireless Sensor Networks?

Wireless sensor networks (WSN) are providing remarkable benefit for a number of industries. The ability to add remote sensing points, without the cost of running wires, results in numerous benefits including energy, security and material savings, process improvements, labor savings, and increase of output. But questions still remain if we have taken the capabilities of wireless sensors a step further by allowing them to become…

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Localization Technique For Underwater Accoustic Sensor Networks

March 20, 2013
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Footballers to Wear Sensors

March 16, 2013
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Footballers to Wear Sensors

Fabrice Muamba, a 24-year-old professional soccer player in Britain playing for Bolton Wanderers, collapsed during a game last year after suffering cardiac arrest. He’s now up and walking but no more playing football. A 27-year-old Indian soccer player, Venkatesh Dhanraj was not so lucky had a delay in treatment: He died a few days after having cardiac arrest during a match. At least six other…

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