Middleware for Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey

  title={Middleware for Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey},
  author={Salem Hadim and Nader Mohamed},
  journal={2006 1st International Conference on Communication Systems Software & Middleware},
Given the fast growing technological progress in microelectronics and wireless communication devices, in the near future, it is foreseeable that wireless sensor networks (WSN) will offer and make possible a wide range of applications. However real world integration and application development on such networks composed of tiny, low power and limited resources devices are not easy. Therefore, middleware services are a novel approach offering many possibilities and drastically enhancing the… CONTINUE READING
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