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Distributed SensorWebs

Portrait of Distributed SensorWebs
Head: George A. Kantor
Contact: George A. Kantor
Associated Lab: Field Robotics Center (FRC)
Last Project Publication Year: 2013

The Sensor Web initiative develops and implements wireless technology for distributed sensing and actuation in horticultural enterprises. The heart of the sensor web is the “node”, a low cost, self contained integration of radio and microprocessor that interfaces sensing and actuation devices. Networking software allows deployed nodes to automatically find each other and create paths to route data and command actuation. The result is an inexpensive, easily installed system that monitors environmental data and implements remote (or even automatic) actuation of sprinklers, fans, heaters, and other devices.

Displaying 7 Publications
Wireless Sensor Network Design for Monitoring and Irrigation
David Kohanbash, George A. Kantor, Todd Martin and Lauren Crawford

Journal Article, Hort Technology, pp. 725-734, December, 2013
Irrigation Scheduling Software Development
David Kohanbash and George A. Kantor

Conference Paper, Irrigation Association, November, 2012
Next-Generation Monitoring and Control Hardware Development
George A. Kantor, David Kohanbash and Todd Martin

Conference Paper, Irrigation Association, November, 2012
Irrigation Control Methods for Wireless Sensor Network
David Kohanbash, Abhinav Valada and George A. Kantor

Conference Paper, American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) Annual Meeting, July, 2012
Wireless Sensor Networks and Actionable Modeling for Intelligent Irrigation
David Kohanbash, Abhinav Valada and George A. Kantor

Conference Paper, 2011 ASABE Annual International Meeting, August, 2011
DSRP: Distributed SensorWeb Routing Protocol
Abhinav Valada, David Kohanbash and George A. Kantor

Conference Paper, 21st International Conference on Electronics, Communications and Computers (CONIELECOMP 2011), February, 2011
Design and Development of a Wireless Sensor Network System for Precision Agriculture
Abhinav Valada, David Kohanbash and George A. Kantor

Tech. Report, CMU-RI-TR-10-21, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, June, 2010

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