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The Earth Observing-1 Mission has been operating an autonomous, integrated sensorweb linking dozens of sensor nodes in 24/7 operations since 2004. Key to the successful lights out automation has been flexible web-based tasking with back-end mission operations automation. This sensorweb has achieved a number of impacts including: 1. Routine re-tasking based(More)
—In response to NASA's announced requirement for Earth hazard monitoring sensor-web technology, a multidisciplinary team involving sensor-network experts (Washington State University), space scientists (JPL), and Earth scientists (USGS Cascade Volcano Observatory (CVO)), is developing a prototype dynamic and scaleable hazard monitoring sensor-web and(More)
—In this paper, we propose a fast and reliable data dissemination protocol Cascades to disseminate data from the sink(base station) to all or a subset of nodes in a data collection sensor network. Cascades makes use of the parent-monitor-children analogy to ensure reliable dissemination. Each node monitors whether or not its children have received the(More)
With the growing number of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) monitoring systems in outdoor environments, smart sensing capability has attracted great research interests recently: scientists and researchers expect long-term healthy systems running in harsh environments. Because of the environmental damages to less-protected sensors, a sensing component, is(More)
A state-of-the-art sensorweb is a global observation system for varied sensory phenomena from the physical world and the cyber world. This paper presents the architecture, design, and application of a sensorweb service portal called the LiveWeb. This portal has been published on the Internet and is used by researchers, students, and also other communities.(More)
We have deployed and demonstrated operations of an integrated space in-situ sensorweb for monitoring volcanic activity. This sensorweb includes a network of ground sensors deployed to the Mount Saint Helens volcano as well as the Earth Observing One spacecraft. The ground operations and space operations are interlinked in that ground-based intelligent event(More)
—A Smart Grid is a highly complex cyber-physical electrical power system that uses two-way digital communication and intelligent embedded devices to achieve sensing, control, computation and communication within power network. To validate the functionality, security and reliability of such an system requires the modeling and emulation of both communication(More)
Ambient Noise Seismic Imaging (ANSI) is a recently developed geophysical methodology to image the shallow subsurface structures of earth using ambient/environment noise as the source. Integrating ANSI computing within distributed sensor networks will enable real-time continuous monitoring of subsurface dynamics for sustainability studies. However,(More)