Mobile crowdsensing: current state and future challenges

@article{Ganti2011MobileCC,
  title={Mobile crowdsensing: current state and future challenges},
  author={Raghu K. Ganti and Fan Ye and Hui Lei},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
  year={2011},
  volume={49}
}
An emerging category of devices at the edge of the Internet are consumer-centric mobile sensing and computing devices, such as smartphones, music players, and in-vehicle sensors. These devices will fuel the evolution of the Internet of Things as they feed sensor data to the Internet at a societal scale. In this article, we examine a category of applications that we term mobile crowdsensing, where individuals with sensing and computing devices collectively share data and extract information to… CONTINUE READING
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