UConn CSE 5300 - Wireless Sensor Networks (101 pages)

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Wireless Sensor Networks



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Wireless Sensor Networks

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101
School:
University Of Connecticut
Course:
Cse 5300 - Advanced Computer Networks

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An Introduction to Wireless Sensor Networks Bhaskar Krishnamachari Autonomous Networks Research Group Department of Electrical Engineering USC Viterbi School of Engineering bkrishna usc edu http ceng usc edu bkrishna Tutorial Presented at the Second International Conference on Intelligent Sensing and Information Processing ICISIP Chennai India January 2005 Bhaskar Krishnamachari 2005 All Rights Reserved 1 Overview Bhaskar Krishnamachari 2005 2 Wireless Sensor Networks WSN The many tiny principle wireless networks of thousands of inexpensive miniature devices capable of computation communication and sensing Their use throughout society could well dwarf previous milestones in the information revolution U S National Research Council Report 2001 Berkeley Mote MICAz MPR 2400 Series Bhaskar Krishnamachari 2005 3 Timeline 1970 s Wired sensors connected to central location 1980 s Distributed wired sensor networks 1993 LWIM project at UCLA 1999 2003 DARPA SensIT project UC Berkeley USC Cornell etc 2001 Intel Research Lab at Berkeley focused on WSN 2002 NSF Center for Embedded Networked Sensing 2001 2002 Emergence of sensor networks industry startup companies including Sensoria Crossbow Ember Corp SensiCast plus established ones Intel Bosch Motorola General Electric Samsung 2003 2004 IEEE 802 15 4 standard Zigbee Alliance Bhaskar Krishnamachari 2005 4 Wireless Sensor Networks WSN Provide a bridge between the real physical and virtual worlds Allow the ability to observe the previously unobservable at a fine resolution over large spatio temporal scales Have a wide range of potential applications to industry science transportation civil infrastructure and security Bhaskar Krishnamachari 2005 5 Some Sample Applications Habitat and Ecosystem Monitoring Seismic Monitoring Civil Structural Health Monitoring Monitoring Groundwater Contamination Rapid Emergency Response Industrial Process Monitoring Perimeter Security and Surveillance Automated Building Climate Control Bhaskar



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