Real-time environmental monitoring and notification for public safety
The design of a wireless sensor network database that records the data reported by distributed sensors and implement support for queries and data presentation is discussed. The chart software permits a sensor query to report the specific details of that sensor at one point in time and present the sensor status for prior dates and times. The bar chart display of real-time sensor data, with appropriate date and timestamps, provides an opportunity to analyze new patterns or correlations, which can then be followed appropriately. The WiNS project demonstrates the viability of a wireless sensor network for real-time monitoring and reporting and the utility of the system for health care and sustainability enable to construct some of the correlation patterns presented from the data. The ability to present the geographical location of a node, along with near real-time interactive sensor data can provide significant contextual information for the data gathered by the sensor network.
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Morreale, Patricia; Qi, Feng; Croft, Paul; Suleski, Ryan; Sinnicke, Brian; and Kendall, Francis, "Real-time environmental monitoring and notification for public safety" (2010). Kean Publications. 2355.