Sensor networks are one of the first examples of pervasive computing, which is characterized by the massive use of increasingly smaller and powerful devices. A cloud of sensors arranged in a given environment is in itself a great source of data; accessing this source in order to extract useful information is not a trivial problem. It requires correct sensor deployment within the environment and a protocol for data exchange. We also have to bear in mind the problem of data and sensors security: sensors are often installed in areas difficult to protect and monitor. In this paper we describe SensorTree, a functioning model and a simulator for a network of wireless sensors installed on the sea surface to measure parameters useful for determining the weather situation.
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|Titolo:||Safe, fault tolerant and capture-resilient environmental parameters survey using WSNs|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2009|
|Tipologia:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|