Experiences and issues for environmental science sensor network deployments
Lee, K., Murray, D., Goodfield, D. and Anda, M. (2012) Experiences and issues for environmental science sensor network deployments. In: 6th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystem Technologies - Complex Environment Engineering, 18 - 20 June, Campione d'Italia, Italy.
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Sensor network research is a large and growing area of academic effort, examining technological and deployment issues in the area of environmental monitoring. These technologies are used by environmental engineers and scientists to monitor a multiplicity of environments and services, and, specific to this paper, energy and water supplied to the built environment. Although the technology is developed by Computer Science specialists, the use and deployment is traditionally performed by environmental engineers. This paper examines deployment from the perspectives of environmental engineers and scientists and asks what computer scientists can do to improve the process. The paper uses a case study to demonstrate the agile operation of WSNs within the Cloud Computing infrastructure, and thus the demand-driven, collaboration-intense paradigm of Digital Ecosystems in Complex Environments.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Engineering Science|
School of Information Technology
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