People-centric urban sensing

  title={People-centric urban sensing},
  author={Andrew T. Campbell and Shane B. Eisenman and Nicholas D. Lane and Emiliano Miluzzo and Ronald A. Peterson},
The vast majority of advances in sensor network research over the last five years have focused on the development of a series of small-scale (100s of nodes) testbeds and specialized applications (e.g., environmental monitoring, etc.) that are built on low-powered sensor devices that self-organize to form application-specific multihop wireless networks. We believe that sensor networks have reached an important crossroads in their development. The question we address in this paper is how to… CONTINUE READING
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