Wireless sensors highlighted at Intel Developer Forum

Wilson, Andrew
November 2004
Vision Systems Design;Nov2004, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p10
Introduces a new class of wireless network sensors called motes presented during the Intel Developer Forum in 2004. Applications of the sensors; Features of Intel's Mote; Establishment of Dust Networks, a company that will market wireless sensor products for industrial and commercial use; Development of TinyOS, a freely available open source system for embedded networks, by researchers at the University of California in Berkeley, California.


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