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Challenges to Enable Quick Start of an Environmental Monitoring with Wireless Sensor Network Technology

Authors: Takao Kawamura, Kazunori Sugahara, Masaki Ito, Hideyuki Tokuda

Abstract:

With the advancement of wireless sensor network technology, its practical utilization is becoming an important challange. This paper overviews my past environmental monitoring project, and discusses the process of starting the monitoring by classifying it into four steps. The steps to start environmental monitoring can be complicated, but not well discussed by researchers of wireless sensor network technology. This paper demonstrates our activity and challenges in each of the four steps to ease the process, and argues future challenges to enable quick start of environmental monitoring.

Keywords: Environmental Monitoring, Wireless Sensor Network, Field Experiment and Research Challenges

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1071496

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