Sensor Network Issues in the Sustainable Bridges Project

@inproceedings{Marrn2005SensorNI,
  title={Sensor Network Issues in the Sustainable Bridges Project},
  author={Pedro Jos{\'e} Marr{\'o}n and Olga Saukh and Markus Kr{\"u}ger and Christian Grosse},
  year={2005}
}
The proliferation of sensor network research in the past years has lead to an increase on the number of applications developed for the most diverse areas. Some projects like Hogthrob or Floodnet deal with the monitoring of animals, habitats or environmental conditions in a cost-effective way. Others, like Ubicare are health monitoring applications, whereas Odyssey or WINS allows the U.S. military to perform underwater surveillance and terrain exploration. Finally, applications such as… CONTINUE READING

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