Low-Power Odor-Sensing Network Based on Wake-Up Nodes†
AbstractThe localization of bad odors is a long standing issue with high relevance for affected people because of the health and safety implications. In order to enable the detection and localization of bad odors we propose a wireless, low-power consuming sensor network. The sensor nodes are designed to wake-up upon initial detection of a bad odor to then start to measure the strength of the odor. Taking into account the spatial variation of the bad odor as well as environmental parameters the odor source may be identified. After the odor vanishes the sensor nodes return to sleep mode.
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Perez, A.O.; Bierer, B.; Dinc, C.; Wöllenstein, J.; Palzer, S. Low-Power Odor-Sensing Network Based on Wake-Up Nodes. Proceedings 2017, 1, 570.
Perez AO, Bierer B, Dinc C, Wöllenstein J, Palzer S. Low-Power Odor-Sensing Network Based on Wake-Up Nodes. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):570.Chicago/Turabian Style
Perez, Alvaro Ortiz; Bierer, Benedikt; Dinc, Cem; Wöllenstein, Jürgen; Palzer, Stefan. 2017. "Low-Power Odor-Sensing Network Based on Wake-Up Nodes." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 570.
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