Integrating Wireless Sensor Networks with Cloud Computing

  title={Integrating Wireless Sensor Networks with Cloud Computing},
  author={Khandakar Ahmed and Mark A. Gregory},
  journal={2011 Seventh International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks},
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) has been a focus for research for several years. WSN enables novel and attractive solutions for information gathering across the spectrum of endeavour including transportation, business, health-care, industrial automation, and environmental monitoring. Despite these advances, the exponentially increasing data extracted from WSN is not getting adequate use due to the lack of expertise, time and money with which the data might be better explored and stored for… CONTINUE READING
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