WolfBot: A distributed mobile sensing platform for research and education

  title={WolfBot: A distributed mobile sensing platform for research and education},
  author={Joseph Betthauser and Daniel Benavides and Jeff Schornick and Neal O'Hara and Jimit Patel and Jeremy Cole and Edgar Lobaton},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2014 Zone 1 Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education},
Mobile sensor networks are often composed of agents with weak processing capabilities and some means of mobility. However, recent developments in embedded systems have enabled more powerful and portable processing units capable of analyzing complex data streams in real time. Systems with such capabilities are able to perform tasks such as 3D visual localization and tracking of targets. They are also well-suited for environmental monitoring using a combination of cameras, microphones, and… CONTINUE READING


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