MobGeoSen: facilitating personal geosensor data collection and visualization using mobile phones

@article{Kanjo2007MobGeoSenFP,
  title={MobGeoSen: facilitating personal geosensor data collection and visualization using mobile phones},
  author={Eiman Kanjo and Steve Benford and Mark Paxton and Alan Chamberlain and Dana{\"e} Emma Beckford Stanton Fraser and Dawn Woodgate and David Crellin and Adrian Woolard},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  year={2007},
  volume={12},
  pages={599-607}
}
Mobile sensing and mapping applications are becoming more prevalent because sensing hardware is becoming more portable and more affordable. However, most of the hardware uses small numbers of fixed sensors that report and share multiple sets of environmental data which raises privacy concerns. Instead, these systems can be decentralized and managed by individuals in their public and private spaces. This paper describes a robust system called MobGeoSens which enables individuals to monitor their… CONTINUE READING
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