Wireless Sensor Network Platform for Structural Health Monitoring

Wireless Sensor Network Platform for Structural Health Monitoring: enabling accurate and synchronized measurements through COTS+ custom-based design

FREE-DOWNLOAD R Severino, R Gomes, M Alves, P Sousa… – … on Management and …, 2010
Abstract: Structural health monitoring has long been identified as a prominent application of Wireless
Sensor Networks (WSNs), as traditional wired-based solutions present some inherent limitations
such as installation/maintenance cost, scalability and visual impact. Nevertheless, there is 

Energy-efficient deployment strategies in structural health monitoring using wireless sensor networks
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SUMMARY Structural health monitoring using wireless sensor networks has drawn
considerable attention in recent years. The ease of deployment of tiny wireless devices that
are coupled with sensors and actuators enhances the data collection process and makes 

A multi-channel bulk data collection for structural health monitoring using wireless sensor networks
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T Kuroiwa, M Suzuki, Y Yamashita , (APCC), 2012 18th , 2012
Abstract Data-intensive wireless sensor network applications, such as structural health
monitoring and earthquake monitoring, require high throughput bulk data collection. Based
on the fact that each node stores the same amount of sensor data, we propose a 

Mobile Multi-Agent Evaluation Method for Wireless Sensor Networks-Based Large-Scale Structural Health Monitoring
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Wireless sensor networks are increasingly adopted both in aircraft and civil structural health
monitoring. However, due to the limited resources on a wireless sensor node, structural
evaluation ability of the wireless sensor network is also limited, especially for large-scale 

Compressive sampling–based data loss recovery for wireless sensor networks used in civil structural health monitoring
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Y Bao, H Li, X Sun, Y Yu, J Ou ,Structural Health Monitoring, 2013 ,
Abstract In a wireless sensor network, data loss often occurs during the data transmission
between the wireless sensor nodes and the base station. In the wireless sensor network
applications for civil structural health monitoring, the errors caused by data loss inevitably 


An Integrated Approach to the Design of Wireless Sensor Networks for Structural HealthMonitoring
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F Federici, F Graziosi, M Faccio, A Colarieti , Sensor Networks, 2012
Wireless Sensor Networks are a promising technology for the implementation of Structural
Health Monitoring systems, since they allow to increase the diffusion of measurements in the
structure and to reduce the sensor deployment effort and the overall costs. In this paper, 

Secure and Scalable Cloud-based Architecture for e-Health Wireless sensor networks
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A Lounis, A Hadjidj, A Bouabdallah , and Networks (ICCCN) , 2012
Abstract There has been a host of research works on wireless sensor networks for medical
applications. However, the major shortcoming of these efforts is a lack of consideration of
data management. Indeed, the huge amount of high sensitive data generated and 

Investigation of Wireless Sensor Networks for Structural Health Monitoring
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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are one of the most able technologies in the structural
health monitoring (SHM) field. Through intelligent, self-organising means, the contents of
this paper will test a variety of different objects and different working principles of sensor 


An Overview of the Impact of Wireless Sensor Networks in Medical Health Care
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IM Khan, N Jabeur, MZ Khan, H Mokhtar ,2012
Systems (MEMS) and communication technologies have resulted in the development of low
cost and small size sensors which can be even injected into human body. This development
has put enormous effect on medical healthcare and has replaced the traditional 

Data Processing Algorithms in Wireless Sensor Networks får Structural Health Monitoring
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NM Danna, EG Mekonnen ,2012 ,
This master thesis was carried out by students from Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) at
the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS), the division of Networked Embedded
Systems (NES), and the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering, the division of 

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