Impact GPS leveraged for geo-referenced identity, and low power communications synchronization. Up to 100x communications power reduction . Standard APIs implemented as Java class libraries and browser-based user interfaces provide code mobility, code reuse, and platform independence .
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GPS leveraged for geo-referenced identity, and low power communications synchronization. Up to 100x communications power reduction.
Standard APIs implemented as Java class libraries and browser-based user interfaces provide code mobility, code reuse, and platform independence.
High-level spatial and context “anycast” addressing enables dynamic specialization for augmented awareness and collaborative consensus applications.
Power-aware link and routing protocols. Exploit fine-grained power control of radios for energy efficient connectivity. Maximize sensor network’s operational lifetime through energy-aware routing.
GPS-aware link protocols. GPS-synchronized ultra-low-power communication.
Spatial addressing and connectivity. High-level addressing, unicast, multicast, anycast, and gathercast communication based on spatial referencing of the nodes.
Mobile code and web technology. Embedded Java APIs for code portability and browser-based topographical map interface for visualizing dynamic data from sensor net.
SmartSensorNodeDynamic Sensor Networks
Sensor Control API Specification FY00 Q1
Topographical Map Interface Definition FY00 Q1
Network Services API Specification FY00 Q2
GPS-Aware Link Protocol Experiment FY01 Q4
Network Services PDA/Laptop Experiment FY01 Q4
Integrated Sensor-Kit Experiment FY02 Q4
Brian Schott PI, Bob Parker (USC/ISI), Mani Srivastava (UCLA) Co-PI, Mark Jones (Virginia Tech) Co-PI
This GUI front-end should support
multiple query languages formulated under SenseIT
multiple sensor platforms developed under SenseIT
multiple local applications that perform specialized processing on sensor results (e.g., may want to do image processing on an image taken off the sensor net)
execution on a variety of operating systems and platforms including PDAs, laptops, PCs, and workstationsApproach to GUI Front-End