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Fieldservers and Sensor Service Grid as Real-time Monitoring Infrastructure for Ubiquitous Sensor Networks
1-Remote Sensing and GIS, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Pathumthani, Thailand
Elab Experience Inc., Japan
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Received: 11 March 2009; in revised form: 24 March 2009 / Accepted: 30 March 2009 / Published: 31 March 2009
Abstract: The fieldserver is an Internet based observation robot that can provide an outdoor solution for monitoring environmental parameters in real-time. The data from its sensors can be collected to a central server infrastructure and published on the Internet. The information from the sensor network will contribute to monitoring and modeling on various environmental issues in Asia, including agriculture, food, pollution, disaster, climate change etc. An initiative called Sensor Asia is developing an infrastructure called Sensor Service Grid (SSG), which integrates fieldservers and Web GIS to realize easy and low cost installation and operation of ubiquitous field sensor networks.
Keywords: Sensor Service GRID (SSG); Sensor Web Enablement (SWE); Sensor Observation Service (SOS); fieldservers; ubiquitous network
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Honda, K.; Shrestha, A.; Witayangkurn, A.; Chinnachodteeranun, R.; Shimamura, H. Fieldservers and Sensor Service Grid as Real-time Monitoring Infrastructure for Ubiquitous Sensor Networks. Sensors 2009, 9, 2363-2370.
Honda K, Shrestha A, Witayangkurn A, Chinnachodteeranun R, Shimamura H. Fieldservers and Sensor Service Grid as Real-time Monitoring Infrastructure for Ubiquitous Sensor Networks. Sensors. 2009; 9(4):2363-2370.
Honda, Kiyoshi; Shrestha, Aadit; Witayangkurn, Apichon; Chinnachodteeranun, Rassarin; Shimamura, Hiroshi. 2009. "Fieldservers and Sensor Service Grid as Real-time Monitoring Infrastructure for Ubiquitous Sensor Networks." Sensors 9, no. 4: 2363-2370.