In this paper, we propose UNISENSE, a unified and sustainable sensing and transport architecture for large scale and heterogeneous sensor networks. The proposed architecture incorporates seven principal components, namely, application profiling, node architecture, intelligent network design, network management, deep sensing, generalized participatory sensing, and security. We describe the design and implementation for each component. We also present the deployment and performance of the UNISENSE architecture in four practical applications.
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Software and Cyber-Physical Systems
Complex Systems Design & Management Asia
Michel-Alexandre Cardin, Daniel Krob, Pao Chuen Lui, Yang How Tan and Kristin Wood
Springer International Publishing Switzerland
City or Country
Jin, Yunye and TAN, Hwee-Pink.
UNISENSE: A Unified and Sustainable Sensing and Transport Architecture for Large Scale and Heterogeneous Sensor Networks. (2014). Complex Systems Design & Management Asia. 15-26. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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