Vision-enabled WSN Nodes: State of the Art
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A Wireless Sensor Network can be defined as a set of autonomous sensor nodes which are densely and wirelessly deployed throughout a region of interest (Akyildiz et al. 2002). Each node, commonly referred to as a mote, includes sensing, data processing and communicating components. Its usual workflow consists of sensing data, processing it locally and communicating only the required information resulting from this processing. A remarkable feature is that the exact location of the nodes comprising the network does not need to be predetermined.
KeywordsPower Consumption Radio Transceiver Camera Module Maximum Frame Rate Interconnection Scheme
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