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The development of a robust, autonomous sensor network platform for environmental monitoring.

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  • L. Sacks
  • M. Britton
  • I. Wokoma
  • A. Marbini
  • T. Adebutu
  • I. Marshall
  • C. Roadknight
  • J. Tateson
  • D. Robinson
  • A. G. Velazquez
Publication date2003
Number of pages6
Original languageEnglish

Conference

ConferenceIOP Sensors and their applications XII
CityUniversity of Limerick, Ireland
Period1/01/03 → …

Abstract

This paper describes an approach to the approaches being explored for a Sensor Network platform being developed for the DTI/NextWave technologies programme. The approach being adopted is to develop the system as a community of devices which use self-organising techniques to provide key functions. The devices are, largely, based on commodity technologies, thus providing a low cost basis. We give an outline of the approach and project and illustrate the techniques being developed with specific functions for: control, management, data retrieval and data quality control. The target application is off shore sea shelf monitoring; but the techniques being developed may be applied to a range of problems.