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High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network An interdisciplinary collaboration University of California, San Diego

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1 High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network An interdisciplinary collaboration University of California, San Diego funded by the National Science Foundation Advanced Networking Infrastructure and Research (ANI )

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3 Lessons from HPWREN Interdisciplinary projects are extremely beneficial –Need cross-disciplinary understanding to make progress Measurement analysis to assess and adapt system –Bandwidth constraints –Prioritization - QOS Testbed for operational and prototype sensor networks –Use existing wireless and networking technologies whenever possible –Wide range of climate and environment –Innovate and develop sensor connectivity and processing –Variety of testbeds needed for next generation wireless and networking

4 Real-time Observatories Applications and Data management Network An interdisciplinary collaboration University of California, San Diego funded by the National Science Foundation Ocean Sciences and CISE (OCE ) Matching funds: CalIT2, SIO, IGPP,SDSU

5 ROADNet Development The Problem: –Integrated real-time management of large, distributed, heterogeneous data streams from sensor networks … e.g. –integration: handling of heterogeneous data from multiple (signal) domains, interfacing with sensors and data loggers to acquire streams –real-time processing: monitor streams of data, detect events, trigger computations and other actions –distribution: federate multi-domain sensor and embedded system networks for transparent access –persistent large-scale archival and querying of consolidated data packets

6 ROADNet Architecture


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