A Wireless Sensor Data Fusion Framework for Contaminant Detection
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In recent years, much research has been done on wireless sensor networks and sensor data fusion, however there has been limited work regarding implementation of real systems that are capable of providing a highly connected sensor network for data logging and data fusion applications. This paper describes the design and implementation of a wireless, portable, and reconfigurable sensor network framework. This sensor node design has proven to be effective for monitoring environmental conditions of aircraft cabins and is well suited to environmental monitoring and detection of contaminants in large areas when utilizing sensor data fusion features.
Joshua Kiepert and Sin Ming Loo. "A Wireless Sensor Data Fusion Framework for Contaminant Detection" Technologies for Homeland Security (2009): 214-220.
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