EVALUATION OF UBIQUITIOUS USE OF WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK TECHNOLOGY IN DATA ACQUISITION AND TELEMETRY APPLICATIONS
AffiliationSouthwest Research Institute
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AbstractIndustrial wireless sensor networks can be designed to meet the strict requirements of specific distributed applications. Emerging standards have enabled the development of low-cost, lowpower sensor nodes that are quickly becoming a commodity, enabling the realization of efficient and reliable data acquisition and telemetry in many systems. Moreover, new and exciting possibilities arise from the distributed computing power of the sensor nodes, the ability to monitor and aggregate data across large arrays of sensors, and the ability to model dynamic and rugged environments that were previously beyond the reach of traditional data acquisition and telemetry systems.
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