EcoNet is a spontaneously formed and self-maintained ad-hoc sensor network built of two types of nodes: collectors and aggregators. A collector node is equipped with sensors for environmental monitoring. It is capable of connecting data even if not connected with other nodes. Its memory resources allow it to store about half a year of data on its own. This data can then be retrieved by an aggregator once connectivity is established. Learn more
Mobile Social Networking – Updated!
There are many situations where persons who may share common interests have gathered in close proximity, but have no socially acceptable way of meeting the people nearby who have a mutual interest. A large convention is a typical example of this situation. Seawolf aims at combining a social networking website – like Facebook or LinkedIn – with a physical device that you would carry around with you that can help you figure out when you are near people you might like to meet. Learn more
Independent Living - Resident Safety Monitoring System
Our wireless sensor nodes spontaneously form a network to provide coverage of living spaces, monitoring a variety of events including motion and light level detection. For example, wireless sensors can monitor apartment living spaces and report on a lack of motion or other motion related events within the unit. Individual rules can be enabled or disabled to trigger alarm events on an apartment unit which are then displayed on the network management graphical user interface. Learn more