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Tennina, Stefano; Bouroche, Mélanie; Santos, Manuel; Oliveira, Pedro; Gomes, Ricardo; Mirza, Farrukh; Ciriello, Vincenzo; Cahill, Vinny; Alves, Mário; Carrozza, Gabriella; Braga, Pedro (2011)
Publisher: ACM
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have attracted growing interest in the last decade as an infrastructure to support a diversity of ubiquitous computing and cyber-physical systems. However, most research work has focused on protocols or on specific applications. As a result, there remains a clear lack of effective and usable WSN system architectures that address both functional and non-functional requirements in an integrated fashion. This poster outlines the EMMON system architecture for large-scale, dense, real-time embedded monitoring. It provides a hierarchical communication architecture together with integrated middleware and command and control software. It has been designed to maintain as much as flexibility as possible while meeting specific applications requirements. EMMON has been validated through extensive analytical, simulation and experimental evaluations, including through a 300+ nodes test-bed the largest single-site WSN test-bed in Europe.
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