Georg Wittenburg, Norman Dziengel, Christian Wartenburger, Jochen Schiller,
A System for Distributed Event Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks,
In: Proceedings of the 9th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN '10), pp. 94-104, 2010.
Abstract: Event detection is a major issue for applications of wireless sensor networks. In order to detect an event, a sensor network has to identify which application-specific incident has occurred based on the raw data gathered by individual sensor nodes. In this context, an event may be anything from a malfunction of monitored machinery to an intrusion into a restricted area. The goal is to provide high-accuracy event detection at minimal energy cost in order to maximize network lifetime. In this paper, we present a system for collaborative event detection directly on the sensor nodes. The system does not require a base station for centralized coordination or processing, and is fully trainable to recognize different classes of application-specific events. Communication overhead is reduced to a minimum by processing raw data directly on the sensor nodes and only reporting which events have been detected. The detection accuracy is evaluated using a 100-node sensor network deployed as a wireless alarm system on the fence of a real-world construction site
Keywords: Wireless Sensor Network, Distributed Event Detection, In-network Data Processing, Pattern Recognition, Fence Monitoring, Deployment
Themes: Wireless Sensor Networks
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