Earthquake detection at the edge: IoT crowdsensing network

@article{Bassetti2022EarthquakeDA,
  title={Earthquake detection at the edge: IoT crowdsensing network},
  author={Enrico Bassetti and Emanuele Panizzi},
  journal={Inf.},
  year={2022},
  volume={13},
  pages={195}
}
State-of-the-art Earthquake Early Warning systems rely on a network of sensors connected to a fusion center in a client–server paradigm. The fusion center runs different algorithms on the whole data set to detect earthquakes. Instead, we propose moving computation to the edge, with detector nodes that probe the environment and process information from nearby probes to detect earthquakes locally. Our approach tolerates multiple node faults and partial network disruption and keeps all data… 
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