A Wearable Wireless Sensor Network for Indoor Smart Environment Monitoring in Safety Applications
AbstractThis paper presents the implementation of a wearable wireless sensor network aimed at monitoring harmful gases in industrial environments. The proposed solution is based on a customized wearable sensor node using a low-power low-rate wireless personal area network (LR-WPAN) communications protocol, which as a first approach measures CO2 concentration, and employs different low power strategies for appropriate energy handling which is essential to achieving long battery life. These wearables nodes are connected to a deployed static network and a web-based application allows data storage, remote control and monitoring of the complete network. Therefore, a complete and versatile remote web application with a locally implemented decision-making system is accomplished, which allows early detection of hazardous situations for exposed workers. View Full-Text
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Antolín, D.; Medrano, N.; Calvo, B.; Pérez, F. A Wearable Wireless Sensor Network for Indoor Smart Environment Monitoring in Safety Applications. Sensors 2017, 17, 365.
Antolín D, Medrano N, Calvo B, Pérez F. A Wearable Wireless Sensor Network for Indoor Smart Environment Monitoring in Safety Applications. Sensors. 2017; 17(2):365.Chicago/Turabian Style
Antolín, Diego; Medrano, Nicolás; Calvo, Belén; Pérez, Francisco. 2017. "A Wearable Wireless Sensor Network for Indoor Smart Environment Monitoring in Safety Applications." Sensors 17, no. 2: 365.
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