Bringing Context Awareness to IoT-Based Wireless Sensor Networks
Ref: CISTER-TR-150106 Publication Date: 23 to 27, Mar, 2015
Bringing Context Awareness to IoT-Based Wireless Sensor NetworksRef: CISTER-TR-150106 Publication Date: 23 to 27, Mar, 2015
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) are already enabling and enhancing a large number of pervasive computing applications in homes, offices, production facilities, and vehicles, just to name a few. Despite the tremendous evolution achieved in terms of robustness, reliability, maintenance costs, interoperability and other areas, WSN are still remarkably hard to program. This work addresses specifically the case of IoT-based WSN, and motivated by the need to facilitate the development of context-aware WSN applications, this research proposes to develop a framework that allows the user to focus on specifying the behavior of the application, and offloading the concerns with reconfiguration, adaptation, resource management, code deployment and interoperability to the framework itself.
IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom), PhD Forum.
Saint Louis, U.S.A..