Studies from University College Cork Reveal New Findings on Industrial Informatics (Ensuring Survivability of Resource-Intensive Sensor Networks Through Ultra-Low Power Overlays)
The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research from University College Cork, "This paper proposes an overlay, energy optimized, sensor network to extend the functional lifetime of an energy-intensive sensor network application. The overlay network consists of additional nodes that exploit recent advances in energy harvesting and wake-up radio technologies, coupled with an application specific, complementary, ultra-low power sensor. The experimental results and simulations demonstrate that this approach can ensure survivability of energy-inefficient sensor networks."
According to the news reporters, the research concluded: "Simulating applications using energy-intensive video cameras and air quality sensors, combined with the proposed overlayed ultra-low power sensor network, demonstrates that this approach can increase functional lifetime toward perpetual operation and is suitable for WSN applications in which complementarity exists between the required energy-intensive sensors and low-cost sensors that can be used as triggers."
For more information on this research see: Ensuring Survivability of Resource-Intensive Sensor Networks Through Ultra-Low Power Overlays. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 2014;10(2):946-956. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics can be contacted at:
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