We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byGrant Daniels
Modified about 1 year ago
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 1 Introduction to Wireless Sensor Networks Telemetry and WSNs 24 January 2005
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 2 Organizational Monday 4:30-5:20Room 4511 SC Thursday12:30-1:20Room 3220 SC Please note that the room numbers are different for Mondays and Thursdays. Monday5:20-6:20Room 1126 SC Thursday1:30-2:30Room 1126 SC OtherBy appointmentRoom 523C SHL Class Website Class Time Office Hours
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 3 Review Questions Explain how advances in MEMS have contributed to the development of WSNs List and briefly explain the purpose of four building blocks of a Mote. List and briefly explain the function of the OS on a WSN node Name and briefly explain a technological, scientific, and cultural development that have contributed to the development of WSNs What is TinyOS? Explain (to a non-expert) what is a mote
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 4 Telemetry Distance measurement Most often radio link Military Environmental Industrial (SCADA) Biological Medical Non-military – ISM bands
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 5 ISM Bands The industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) radio bands Originally internationally for non-commercial use of RF. Limitations on data. Today, commercial, Wireless LAN, Bluetooth, IEEE 802.xx networks. No limitations on data. Bands –900 MHz band (33.3 cm wavelength) –2.4 GHz band (12.2 cm wavelength) –5.8 GHz band (5.2 cm wavelength) License Free, but NOT unregulated Often Spread Spectrum, but need not be
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 6 Wallops Island UAV’s Weather
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 7 Datalogger 900 MHz wireless transceiver 1/4 wave whip antenna Rechargeable battery Solar panel ~ 1.5 km LOS 900 MHz Water quality, temperature CSBUOY-NS Buoy System
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 8 Biotelemetry Albatross tracking Predatory bird tracking Whale tracking Caribou tracking Body composition of sea lions
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 9 Argos Satellite System International: CNES, NASA, NOAA Polar orbiting satellite Ground stations –Fairbanks (AK), Wallops Island (VA) & Lannion, France Pre-processed by the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) in Suitland MarylandNESDIS
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 10 Argos
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 11 Argos Applications Fishing Management Protecting Wildlife Ocean and Climate Monitoring Volcanoes Tracking Sailboats Tracking Expeditions Tracking Hazardous Materials
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 12 Biotelemetry: Northern Pintail USGS Western Ecological Research Center Pinsat
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 13 Biotelemetry CNES, NASA, or NOAA, polar orbiting satellite Argos processing center 12 gram, solar PTT from Microwave Telemetry, includes GPS $5K per node and operating costs
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 14 Medical: Video Pill 24 hours to travel through body The pill's view of the stomach and intestine Video pill & standard endoscope Light, video camera, transmitter Receiver strapped on patient Swallow
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 15 Asset Tracking Terminology –Fleet tracking, Asset Tracking Combine GPS + Radio (cell phone) Mature: Turn-key Marketed as a service. Companies will –Install hardware –Deal with phone companies –Provide tracking software –Monthly charge Real-time tracking (high-end) Locator services (low-end) OnStar
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 16 Example of an Asset Tracking KitWeb-based software Asset Tracking Cell Modem Commercial Cell GPS Interface Robust Extended Temperature Vibration
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 17 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Oil, Telecommunications, Power industries, Municipal water systems GOOGLE “SCADA Software” => 60K hits Pressure Temperature Flow Levels
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 18 Think Back -Sensor Network Interface electronics, radio and microcontroller Soil moisture probe Mote Antenna Gateway Server Internet Communications barrier Sensor field
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 19 Think Back -Sensor Network Gateway Server Internet Sensor field Watershed
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 20 Telemetry vs. Sensor Networks Similarities –Wireless –Measurements, sensors, … Important Differences –Network vs. non-networked –Embedded intelligence (in-network processing) vs. centralized processing –Cost –Ad Hoc vs. Specialized –New vs. Old –Genealogy (Engineering vs. CS)
The University of Iowa. Copyright© 2005 A. Kruger 21 Next Time: Wireless Terms, FAQ, & Glossary
Wireless# Guide to Wireless Communications Chapter 1 Introduction to Wireless Communications.
Principles of Electronic Communication Systems Second Edition Louis Frenzel © 2002 The McGraw-Hill Companies.
SCADA Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition Ramtin Raji Kermani Fall 2005 Computer Sciences & Engineering Department Shiraz University.
Communication Systems Provide for electronic exchange of multimedia data Voice, data, video, music, , web pages, etc. Communication Systems Today.
Chapter 7: Computer Networks. Learning Objectives 1.Define a computer network and its purpose. 2.Describe several uses for networks. 3.Understand the.
7.1 © 2007 by Prentice Hall 7 Chapter Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology.
Chapter 9 Mobile Computing and Commerce And Pervasive Computing.
Wireless Telemetry Made Easy Bringing Environmental Data to Your Desktop Presented by Gregg Gustafson January 2010.
Today and Tomorrow 12 th Edition Understanding Computers Chapter 7: Computer Networks.
Management Information Systems MANAGING THE DIGITAL FIRM, 12 TH EDITION TELECOMMUNICATIONS, THE INTERNET, AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY Chapter 7 VIDEO CASES.
Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow, 13th Edition Chapter 7: Computer Networks.
Wireless Networks. Presentation Outline Wireless Technology overview The IEEE WLAN Standards Securing Wireless LANs.
Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall 1 Managing Information Technology CHAPTER 4 TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING.
AMSAT-NA FOX Satellite Program Review, Status, and Future JERRY BUXTON, NØJY AMSAT VP-ENGINEERING.
Yokogawa Corporation of America Network Solutions Business Unit An Introduction to Industrial Wireless Networking Presented by Yokogawa North America Network.
BY PROF. F. E. OPARA OMOWA EDWARD ESAENWI 2013 Astronomy Summer School.
Khadiga Eissa Ebead Abdalla Agricultural Research Corporation (ARC) Biotechnology and Biosafety Research Center BBRC)) Agricultural Biotechnology Knowledge.
Bhabani P. Sinha Advanced Computing and Microelectronics Unit Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta Mobile and Sensor Networks.
Darrell Ernst Gerhard Mayer February 2005 AERONAUTICAL TELEMETRY.
COMPUTERS: TOOLS FOR AN INFORMATION AGE Chapter 7 Networking: Computer Connections.
In this presentation I will show how the UBNT Wifi Antenna maybe used by small businesses or government agencies mainly in the developing world to extend.
16. Feb Oh, Sung-Kon 16. Feb Oh, Sung-Kon Strategies and Policies for Wireless IT Promotion in Korea.
Wi-Fi Technology ARTI J JANSARI M.E.(C.S.E.):-1 ST (E.C.)
The goal of the OVERspace project is to develop and implement for Virginias educators, a state-wide professional development program and network for using.
1 Chapter 7 Local Area Networks : The Basics Data Communications and Computer Networks: A Business Users Approach.
Lecture 5 Communications and Networks
Seminar Report On Digital Power Line Carrier Communication
A Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) is a network that interconnects devices using radio waves. Wireless networking technologies allow devices to communicate.
Localization Technology. Outline Defining location Methods for determining location Triangulation, trilateration, RSSI, etc. Location Systems.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.