Efficient Detection and Localization of Assets in Emergency Situations

@inproceedings{Kanso2009EfficientDA,
  title={Efficient Detection and Localization of Assets in Emergency Situations},
  author={Mohammad A. Kanso and Michael G. Rabbat},
  year={2009}
}
Environment monitoring is a vital tool in emergency situations, as it allows directing evacuation strategies and attempts to avoid injuries. In this paper, we present Compre ssed Sensing (CS) applied to Radio Frequency (RF) Tomography in a wireless sensor network as a new approach to track assets in emergencies and disasters. RF tomography refers to the inferring of information about an environment via captur ing and analyzing RF signals transmitted between sensor nod es. On the other hand, CS… CONTINUE READING

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