Center for Embedded Networked Sensing. Networked Infomechanical Systems (NIMS).
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NIMS Undergraduate Students: Roja Bandari, Jamie Burke, Victor Chen, Willie Chen, Wendy Gwo, Eric Lin, Kris Porter, Rachel Scollans, Michael Stealey, Lynn Wang, Eric Yuen. NIMS Graduate Students: Robert Gilbert, Jason Gordon, Aman Kansal, Xiangming Kong, Steve Liu, Chris Lucas, Richard Pon, Mohammad Rahimi, Nithya Ramanathan, Lisa Shirachi, Arun Somasundara, Jeffrey Tseng, Ashutosh Verma, Winston Wu, Yan Yu. NIMS Faculty: Richard Ambrose, Deborah Estrin, Michael Hamilton, Tom Harmon, Jenny Jay, William J. Kaiser, Gregory J. Pottie, Mani Srivastava, Gaurav Sukhatme, John Villasenor
Introduction: Robotic Networked Wireless Sensing for Environmental Monitoring
Solutions: NIMS Nodes and Infrastructure
NIMS Permanent Deployment – James Reserve Deployed Since March 2004
Prototype Deployment at the Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility – September 2003
Energy Efficient Actuation
All Weather Components
Pan, Tilt, Zoom Imager
RH, Ta, PAR Met Sensors
Festooning Power Distribution
In situ programmability
Information Technology Research, Applications, and Education
Information Technology Research
UCLA – UCR – Caltech – USC – CSU – JPL – UC Merced