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Sensor Networks in the Low Lands
AbstractThis paper provides an overview of scientific and industrial developments of the last decade in the area of sensor networks in The Netherlands (Low Lands). The goal is to highlight areas in which the Netherlands has made most contributions and is currently a dominant player in the field of sensor networks. On the one hand, motivations, addressed topics, and initiatives taken in this period are presented, while on the other hand, special emphasis is given to identifying current and future trends and formulating a vision for the coming five to ten years. The presented overview and trend analysis clearly show that Dutch research and industrial efforts, in line with recent worldwide developments in the field of sensor technology, present a clear shift from sensor node platforms, operating systems, communication, networking, and data management aspects of the sensor networks to reasoning/cognition, control, and actuation.
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Meratnia, N.; Van der Zwaag, B.J.; Van Dijk, H.W.; Bijwaard, D.J.; Havinga, P.J. Sensor Networks in the Low Lands. Sensors 2010, 10, 8504-8525.View more citation formats
Meratnia N, Van der Zwaag BJ, Van Dijk HW, Bijwaard DJ, Havinga PJ. Sensor Networks in the Low Lands. Sensors. 2010; 10(9):8504-8525.Chicago/Turabian Style
Meratnia, Nirvana; Van der Zwaag, Berend Jan; Van Dijk, Hylke W.; Bijwaard, Dennis J.A.; Havinga, Paul J.M. 2010. "Sensor Networks in the Low Lands." Sensors 10, no. 9: 8504-8525.
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