A multi-sensor WSN backbone for museum monitoring and surveillance

@article{Viani2012AMW,
  title={A multi-sensor WSN backbone for museum monitoring and surveillance},
  author={Federico Viani and Marco Salucci and Paolo Rocca and Giacomo Oliveri and Andrea Massa},
  journal={2012 6th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EUCAP)},
  year={2012},
  pages={51-52}
}
State-of-the-art systems applied to museums solve specific problems like monitoring the environment for artworks conservation, or detecting specific events to prevent vandalism, theft attempts or unauthorized access. Usually, each problem is solved by a dedicated surveillance system able to face with a single specific task. WSN-based architectures represent a powerful backbone for surveillance thanks to the distributed sensing capabilities, flexibility and easy deployment. Usually, the nodes of… CONTINUE READING

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