SOL: An End-to-end Solution for Real-World Remote Monitoring Systems

Abstract : This paper introduces SOL, which is both an efficient data representation for sensor measurements and network statistics, and a complete low-power wireless sensor management system that builds around it. A SOL system consists of multiple low-power wireless mesh networks in which motes connected to sensors and actuators send data to a single server. It offers multi-tier data replication and the associated data recovery. SOL is used in 3 pilot deployments for micro-climate monitoring, building automation and agriculture applications. In conjunction with Metronome Systems’ NeoMote and Manager devices, SOL is a turn-key ready-to-deploy end-to-end system.
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Keoma Brun-Laguna, Thomas Watteyne, Sami Malek, Ziran Zhang, Carlos Oroza, et al.. SOL: An End-to-end Solution for Real-World Remote Monitoring Systems. IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), Sep 2016, Valencia, Spain. ⟨hal-01327798⟩

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