Berkeley ENGIN 298A - Wireless Sensor Networks (16 pages)

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Sukun Kim Rufus McLain MBA 290 ENG 298A Introduction to the MOT Wireless Sensor Networks Motes SmartMesh Manager Redundant Network SmartMesh Software Examples of WSN Vibration Changes Of Golden Gate Bridge Earthquake Monitoring Low resolution Sensor Test4 Increasing frequency 1 Acceleration g 0 5 0 0 5 1 0 2 4 6 8 Time sec 10 12 14 16 18 WSN Examples Continued Monitoring enemy in battlefield Monitoring electricity usage in grocery store Benefits 1 Reduced wiring costs Cost of wire Installation cost Maintenance cost 2 Speed of Installation 3 Locations where wired sensors are not possible Go Wireless Market History Eric Brewer David Wagner Shankar Sastry Rob Conant David Tennenhouse David Culler Kris Pister Collaboration History of Dust Networks Dust Founded Series A 7 Million Pister on Leave July 2002 Pister Returns to Berkeley SmartMesh Shipped Feb 2004 Jan 2003 Series B 22 Million Dec 2004 Aug 2004 Jan 2005 Market Size Revenue by Industry Market Size in Unit Value Chain System Integrator Directly contact customer Service Consulting Network Manufacturer Sell HW and SW Component Manufacturer Microcontroller Radio Chip System integrators creates the largest value Value in Service Market Penetration Should Dust shift from a product company to a service company Majority of the money is going to be made in system integration and support Focus on adoption now and service later Market Pull Value Delivery Value Capture Technology Push Value Creation Development Timeline Opportunity Recognition Killer application of WSN is not yet clear Like Honda organize to recognize opportunity to move quickly and to take advantage of it Organizational agility being speedy and adaptive Pascale Need be integrated into entire company culture not just an independent process Team Structure Originally a tiger team Team structure is limited by the size resource Number of Employee is 20 50 R D employee will be less than 10 Everyone participates in every project 3 lines Light weight team would



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