Sensing as a Service: Challenges, Solutions and Future Directions

  title={Sensing as a Service: Challenges, Solutions and Future Directions},
  author={Xiang Sheng and Jian Tang and Xuejie Xiao and Guoliang Xue},
  journal={IEEE Sensors Journal},
Sensors on (or attached to) mobile phones can enable attractive sensing applications in different domains, such as environmental monitoring, social networking, healthcare, transportation, etc. We introduce a new concept, sensing as a service (S2aaS), i.e., providing sensing services using mobile phones via a cloud computing system. An S2aaS cloud needs to meet the following requirements: 1) it must be able to support various mobile phone sensing applications on different smartphone platforms; 2… CONTINUE READING
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