WISENET Wireless Sensor Network. Project Team: J. Dunne D. Patnode Advisors: Dr. Malinowski Dr. Schertz. Overview. Introduction Design Goals Design Methodology Subsystems Project Success Future Extensions / Projects Applications Conclusion. Introduction.
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Future Extensions / Projects
Use of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) software & standard interfaces where applicable
Apache web-server (HTTP)
PHP web programming language
Simple, web-based user interface
Battery-powered, wireless sensor nodes: 'motes'
Low-power consumption = Long battery life
Motes create self-organizing ('ad-hoc') networks for robust communications
Data Retrieval Form:
Develop a single-board mote
Create a expandable, plug-in sensor interface
Research alternative energy sources
Solar cell, rechargeable batteries
Continue development of TinyOS
Optimize performance / reduce power usage
Improve web interface
Data analysisFuture Projects / Extensions
WISENET is a step to the future of
wireless sensing technology.