Wirelessly Powered Urban Crowd Sensing over Wearables: Trading Energy for Data

@article{Galinina2018WirelesslyPU,
  title={Wirelessly Powered Urban Crowd Sensing over Wearables: Trading Energy for Data},
  author={Olga Galinina and Konstantin Mikhaylov and Kaibin Huang and Sergey D. Andreev and Yevgeni Koucheryavy},
  journal={IEEE Wireless Communications},
  year={2018},
  volume={25},
  pages={140-149}
}
In this article, we put forward the paradigm of mobile crowd sensing based on ubiquitous wearable devices carried by human users. [] Key Method Based on this construction, we develop a novel concept of wirelessly powered crowd sensing and offer the corresponding network architecture considerations together with a systematic review of wireless charging techniques to support implementation. Further, we contribute a detailed system-level feasibility study that reports on the achievable performance levels for…

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