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Accelerating real-time embedded scene labeling with convolutional networks
This paper presents an optimized convolutional network implementation suitable for real-time scene labeling on embedded platforms and demonstrates that for scene labeling this approach achieves a 1.5x improvement in throughput when compared to a modern desktop CPU at a power budget of only 11 W. Expand
Beyond duty cycling: Wake-up radio with selective awakenings for long-lived wireless sensing systems
ALBA-WUR is presented, a cross-layer solution for data gathering in sensing systems that redesigns a previous leading protocol, ALBA-R, extending it to exploit the features of the WRx, and the performance is evaluated via simulations. Expand
Context-Adaptive Multimodal Wireless Sensor Network for Energy-Efficient Gas Monitoring
We present a wireless sensor network (WSN) for monitoring indoor air quality, which is crucial for people's comfort, health, and safety because they spend a large percentage of time in indoorExpand
An ultra low power high sensitivity wake-up radio receiver with addressing capability
  • M. Magno, L. Benini
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE 10th International Conference on Wireless…
  • 24 November 2014
A novel low power tunable wake up radio with addressing capability, a minimal power consumption of only 196nW and a maximum sensitivity of -55dBm and minimal wake up time of 130μs without addressing and around 1,6ms with 2byte addressing at 10Kbit/s data rate is presented. Expand
A Low Cost, Highly Scalable Wireless Sensor Network Solution to Achieve Smart LED Light Control for Green Buildings
Reducing energy demand in the residential and industrial sectors is an important challenge worldwide. In particular, lights account for a great portion of total energy consumption, and unfortunatelyExpand
Design, Implementation, and Performance Evaluation of a Flexible Low-Latency Nanowatt Wake-Up Radio Receiver
An optimized ultra-low power (nanowatt) wake-up receiver for use in WSNs, designed with low-cost off-the-shelf components and demonstrating low power consumption, functionality, and benefits of the design optimization compared with other solutions, as well as the benefits of addressing false positive (FP) outcomes reduction. Expand
Benefits of Wake-Up Radio in Energy-Efficient Multimodal Surveillance Wireless Sensor Network
Scarce energy budget of battery-powered wireless sensor nodes calls for cautious power management not to compromise performance of the system. To reduce both energy consumption and delay inExpand
Analytic comparison of wake-up receivers for WSNs and benefits over the wake-on radio scheme
This paper analyzes and compares the existing wake-up receiver prototypes and explores their benefits using simulations of two typical scenarios: with and without addressing requirements. Expand
Extended Wireless Monitoring Through Intelligent Hybrid Energy Supply
It is shown that, with appropriate integration, the device will have sufficient energy to operate perpetually in a distributed WSHM application and that energy autonomy is comfortably achievable for duty cycles up to 0.75%, meeting the demands of the application, and up to 1.5%, invoking the FC. Expand
A low-power wireless video sensor node for distributed object detection
MicrelEye, a wireless video node for cooperative distributed video processing applications that involve image classification, is proposed and implemented with a highly optimized hardware-oriented support vector machine-like (SVM-like) algorithm called ERSVM. Expand