In-Situ Habitat and Environmental Monitoring Alan Mainwaring, Joe Polastre and Rob Szewczyk Intel Research - Berkeley Lablet. Talk Outline. Introduction to habitat monitoring Field sites and application requirements Establishing the design context Summer milestones and wrap-up
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Alan Mainwaring, Joe Polastre and Rob Szewczyk
Intel Research - Berkeley Lablet
Great Duck Island (ME)Habitat Monitoring Field Sites
98% idle 1.17 mAhr 99% idle 1.188 mAhr
1% listen 3.60 mAhr listen time n/a
1% runtime 1.08 mAhr 1% runtime 4.668 mAhr
sensing 0.044 mAhr sensing 0.044 mAhr
for comm: 1.036 mAhr for comm: 4.624 mAhr
32 msgs/leaf-node/day 144 msgs/leaf-node/day
The key design challenge for habitat monitoring with sensor networks is resolving the trade-off between globally-scheduled approaches to communications and alternative approaches based on local information.