Mobile Sensing Systems
AbstractRich-sensor smart phones have made possible the recent birth of the mobile sensing research area as part of ubiquitous sensing which integrates other areas such as wireless sensor networks and web sensing. There are several types of mobile sensing: individual, participatory, opportunistic, crowd, social, etc. The object of sensing can be people-centered or environment-centered. The sensing domain can be home, urban, vehicular… Currently there are barriers that limit the social acceptance of mobile sensing systems. Examples of social barriers are privacy concerns, restrictive laws in some countries and the absence of economic incentives that might encourage people to participate in a sensing campaign. Several technical barriers are phone energy savings and the variety of sensors and software for their management. Some existing surveys partially tackle the topic of mobile sensing systems. Published papers theoretically or partially solve the above barriers. We complete the above surveys with new works, review the barriers of mobile sensing systems and propose some ideas for efficiently implementing sensing, fusion, learning, security, privacy and energy saving for any type of mobile sensing system, and propose several realistic research challenges. The main objective is to reduce the learning curve in mobile sensing systems where the complexity is very high.
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Macias, E.; Suarez, A.; Lloret, J. Mobile Sensing Systems. Sensors 2013, 13, 17292-17321.
Macias E, Suarez A, Lloret J. Mobile Sensing Systems. Sensors. 2013; 13(12):17292-17321.Chicago/Turabian Style
Macias, Elsa; Suarez, Alvaro; Lloret, Jaime. 2013. "Mobile Sensing Systems." Sensors 13, no. 12: 17292-17321.