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Forest Fire Monitoring System Based On ZIG-BEE Wireless Sensor Network

@inproceedings{Jadhav2012ForestFM,
  title={Forest Fire Monitoring System Based On ZIG-BEE Wireless Sensor Network},
  author={Purushottam S. Jadhav and Vidya Deshmukh},
  year={2012}
}
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are used for various applications such as habitat monitoring, automation, agriculture, and security. Since numerous sensors are usually deployed on remote and inaccessible places, the deployment and maintenance should be easy and scalable. Wireless sensor network consists of large number of small nodes. The nodes then sense environmental changes and report them to other nodes over flexible network architecture. Sensor nodes are great for deployment in hostile… 

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