A New Architecture for the Sensor Web : The SWAP Framework

@inproceedings{Moodley2006ANA,
  title={A New Architecture for the Sensor Web : The SWAP Framework},
  author={Deshendran Moodley and Ingo Simonis},
  year={2006}
}
Sensor Web is a revolutionary concept towards achieving a collaborative, coherent, consistent, and consolidated sensor data collection, fusion and distribution system. Sensor Webs can perform as an extensive monitoring and sensing system that provides timely, comprehensive, continuous and multi-mode observations. This new earth-observation system opens up a new avenue to fast assimilation of data from various sensors (both in situ and remote) and to accurate analysis and informed decision… CONTINUE READING
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