Sensing a Changing World
AbstractThe workshop “Sensing a Changing World” was held in Wageningen, The Netherlands, from November 19–21, 2008. The main goal of the workshop was to explore and discuss recent developments in sensors and (wireless) sensor networks for monitoring environmental processes and human spatial behavior in a changing world. The challenge is then to develop concepts and applications that can provide timely and on-demand knowledge to end-users in different domains over a range of different spatial and temporal scales. During this workshop over 50 participants, representing 15 countries, presented and discussed their recent research. The workshop provided a broad overview of state-of-the-art research in a broad range of application fields: oceanography, air quality, biodiversity and vegetation, health, tourism, water management, and agriculture. In addition the workshop identified the future research challenges. One of the outcomes of the workshop was a special issue in the journal Sensors with contributions presented at the workshop. This editorial of the special issue aims to provide an overview of the discussions held during the workshop. It highlights the ideas of the authors and participants of the workshop about directions of future research for further development of sensor-webs for “sensing” spatial phenomena. The “big” question was are we already able to sense a changing world? And if the answer is positive, then what are we going to sense and for what?
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Ligtenberg, A.; Kooistra, L. Sensing a Changing World. Sensors 2009, 9, 6819-6822.
Ligtenberg A, Kooistra L. Sensing a Changing World. Sensors. 2009; 9(9):6819-6822.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ligtenberg, Arend; Kooistra, Lammert. 2009. "Sensing a Changing World." Sensors 9, no. 9: 6819-6822.