Krisjanis Nesenbergs

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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have been a widely researched field since the beginning of the 21st century. The field is already maturing, and TinyOS has established itself as the de facto standard WSN Operating System (OS). However, the WSN researcher community is still active in building more flexible, efficient and user-friendly WSN operating systems.(More)
We propose a hybrid architecture of wired and wireless sensors for smart fabric with applications including body dynamics and shape monitoring and patient rehabilitation. Our system is capable of acquiring data from up to 200 on-body sensors with 50Hz sampling rate using conventional low-cost hardware. The sensing and data processing is done in real time(More)
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