Abstract: the exploitation of silicon to create new methods

 

Abstract:

The
wireless spectrum is a scarce resource, and the number of wireless terminals is
constantly growing. One way to mitigate this strong constraint for wireless
traffic is the use of dynamic mechanisms to utilize the spectrum, such as
cognitive and software-defined radios. This is especially important for the upcoming
wireless sensor and actuator networks in aircraft, where real-time guarantees
play an important role in the network. Future wireless networks in aircraft
need to be scalable, cater to the specific requirements of avionics, and
provide interoperability with existing technologies. Wireless sensor and actuator networks (WSANs) are required to achieve
both energy–efficiency and low–latency in order to prolong the network lifetime
while being able to quickly respond to intermittently–transmitted control
commands.
The deployment of wireless sensor networks (WSN) in industrial environments
(IWSN) and the extension by driving. Actuators (IWSAN) in closed-loop control
systems requires higher performance than conventional WSN solutions for Environmental
monitoring or health care and assisted living

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Scope:

History has shown that advancements in materials
science and engineering have been important drivers in the development of
sensor technologies. For instance, the temperature sensitivity of electrical
resistance in a variety of materials was noted in the early 1800s and was
applied by Wilhelm von Siemens in 1860 to develop a temperature sensor based on
a copper resistor. The high resonance stability of single-crystal quartz, as
well as its piezoelectric properties, have made possible an extraordinarily
wide range of high performance, affordable sensors that have played an
important role in everyday life and national defense. More recently, a new era
in sensor technology was ushered in by the development of large-scale silicon
processing, permitting the exploitation of silicon to create new methods for
transducing physical phenomena into electrical output that can be readily
processed by a computer.

 

Intended Audience:

Intended audience
consists of artists and students, people who want to make interactive works,
but do not have a lot of experience with electronics or (low-level) firmware
programming.

Objective:

 

Methodology:

 

Conclusion:Sensor
and Actuator Networks

 

Abstract:

The
wireless spectrum is a scarce resource, and the number of wireless terminals is
constantly growing. One way to mitigate this strong constraint for wireless
traffic is the use of dynamic mechanisms to utilize the spectrum, such as
cognitive and software-defined radios. This is especially important for the upcoming
wireless sensor and actuator networks in aircraft, where real-time guarantees
play an important role in the network. Future wireless networks in aircraft
need to be scalable, cater to the specific requirements of avionics, and
provide interoperability with existing technologies. Wireless sensor and actuator networks (WSANs) are required to achieve
both energy–efficiency and low–latency in order to prolong the network lifetime
while being able to quickly respond to intermittently–transmitted control
commands.
The deployment of wireless sensor networks (WSN) in industrial environments
(IWSN) and the extension by driving. Actuators (IWSAN) in closed-loop control
systems requires higher performance than conventional WSN solutions for Environmental
monitoring or health care and assisted living

Scope:

History has shown that advancements in materials
science and engineering have been important drivers in the development of
sensor technologies. For instance, the temperature sensitivity of electrical
resistance in a variety of materials was noted in the early 1800s and was
applied by Wilhelm von Siemens in 1860 to develop a temperature sensor based on
a copper resistor. The high resonance stability of single-crystal quartz, as
well as its piezoelectric properties, have made possible an extraordinarily
wide range of high performance, affordable sensors that have played an
important role in everyday life and national defense. More recently, a new era
in sensor technology was ushered in by the development of large-scale silicon
processing, permitting the exploitation of silicon to create new methods for
transducing physical phenomena into electrical output that can be readily
processed by a computer.

 

Intended Audience:

Intended audience
consists of artists and students, people who want to make interactive works,
but do not have a lot of experience with electronics or (low-level) firmware
programming.