A Comprehensive Survey on Real-Time Applications of WSN
AbstractNowadays, the investigation of the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) has materialized its functional area ubiquitously such as environmental engineering, industrial and business applications, military, feedstock and habitat, agriculture sector, seismic detection, intelligent buildings, smart grids, and predictive maintenance, etc. Although some challenges still exist in the wireless sensor network, in spite of the shortcoming, it has been gaining significant attention among researchers and technologists due to its versatility and robustness. WSN is subject to a high potential technology that has been successfully implemented and tested in real-time scenarios, as well as deployed practically in various applications. In this paper, we have carried out an extensive survey in real-time applications of wireless sensor network deployment in a practical scenario such as the real-time intelligent monitoring of temperature, criminal activity in borders and surveillance on traffic monitoring, vehicular behavior on roads, water level and pressure, and remote monitoring of patients. The application of the Wireless Sensor Network in the assorted field of research areas has been widely deliberated. WSN is found to be the most effective solution in remote areas which are not yet explored due to its perilous nature and unreachable places. Here, in this study, we have cited the recent and updated research on the ubiquitous usage of WSN in diverse fields in an extensive and comprehensive approach. View Full-Text
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Ali, A.; Ming, Y.; Chakraborty, S.; Iram, S. A Comprehensive Survey on Real-Time Applications of WSN. Future Internet 2017, 9, 77.
Ali A, Ming Y, Chakraborty S, Iram S. A Comprehensive Survey on Real-Time Applications of WSN. Future Internet. 2017; 9(4):77.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ali, Ahmad; Ming, Yu; Chakraborty, Sagnik; Iram, Saima. 2017. "A Comprehensive Survey on Real-Time Applications of WSN." Future Internet 9, no. 4: 77.
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