Back to Results Prototyping an Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Network Application Using HarvWSNet

Abstract : In this article, the HarvWSNet simulation framework is used to explore the feasibility of a structural health monitoring application based on a wireless sensor network. The aim is to show the value of a simulation-based approach for the architecture exploration and prototyping of severely energy constrained applications. In the target application, each network node performs a reading of temperature and/or acceleration and transmits the data to a base station every given period. A second objective of this work is to test the relevance of a power management algorithm whose role is to adapt the application quality of service to the instantaneous state of the energy harvesting module. The final goal is to propose a perpetually powered node architecture compatible with the user application requirements.
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Florian Broekaert, Amine Didioui, Carolynn Bernier, Olivier Sentieys. Back to Results Prototyping an Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Network Application Using HarvWSNet. Proceedings of 26th International Conference on Architecture of Computing Systems (ARCS), Feb 2013, Prague, Czech Republic. pp.1-6. ⟨hal-00931782⟩

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