16 March 2012
EMMON project has been presented in the Artemis track at the Embedded World Conference 2012 in Nuremberg on Feb. 28th, 29th and March 1st
EMMON project has been presented in the Artemis track at the Embedded World Conference 2012 in Nuremberg on Feb. 28th, 29th and March 1st. On Feb. 29th the paper ?EMMON-EMbedded MONitoring? co-authored by Manuel Santos, Stefano Tennina, Mario Alves, Mélanie Bouroche, Vinny Cahilly, Délio Almeida, José Rui Simões, Gabriella Carrozza, Alex Hill and Georgios Chasapis has been presented in Session 4 - ARTEMIS-Visions, Projects and Results.
Abstract: Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) is fast becoming an ideal solution enabling technology for data monitoring and analysis (environmental, infra-structures, data centers) can offer distinctly attractive enabling technologies for pervasive computing and in particular for large scale wireless sensor networks (LS-WSNs). These LS-WSNs aim to monitor large areas at low cost with high dependability. ubiquitous
Despite the growing interest in developing infrastructures to support a diversity of computing for LS-WSN,
there remains a clear lack of effective, feasible and usable system architectures that address both functional
and non-functional requirements in an integrated fashion. In this context, scalability, efficient protocols,
middleware modularization, robustness, cooperation and data aggregation capabilities are tackled. In this paper,
we outline the EMMON system architecture for large-scale, dense, real-time embedded monitoring. EMMON provides a
hierarchical communication architecture together with integrated middleware and command and control software.
The EMMON architecture has been validated through extensive simulation and experimental evaluation, including a 300+ node test-bed.
More details about the event as well as the presentations can be found at http://www.artemis-ia.eu/se2012_home