Wireless devices can be used to monitor and record a broad range of phenomena. Their advantages include ease of installation and maintenance and considerable reduction in wiring costs. The addition of battery power and radio communication to such wireless devices can result in a completely The operating environment of monitoring systems is often hostile, due to temperature fluctuations, humidity, electromagnetic noise, and other interfering phenomena. The system should be able to adapt to changing conditions to maintain dependability in its operations This paper presents the case study of adapting a flood detection device to the environmental threat of submersion.
V. Plessi et al., "An Autonomous and Adaptable Wireless Device for Flood Monitoring," Proceedings of the 30th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference (2006, Chicago, IL), vol. 2, pp. 378-379, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Sep 2006.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/COMPSAC.2006.110
30th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference (2006: Sep. 17-21, Chicago, IL)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Flood Monitoring; Temperature Fluctuations; Wireless Devices; Atmospheric Humidity; Autonomous Agents; Computer Software Maintenance; Floods; Radio Communication; Spurious Signal Noise; Adaptive Systems; Monitoring; Wiring; Costs; Batteries; Wireless Communication; Temperature; Fluctuations; Humidity; Wireless Sensor Networks; Environmental Factors
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