An Approach to Design Habitat Monitoring System Using Sensor Networks
The emerging networking technologies have revolutionized the ways individuals and organizations exchange information and coordinate their activities. Another revolution in wireless technologies shall be witnessed; this will involve observation and control of the physical world. The availability of micro-sensors and low-power wireless communications will enable the deployment of densely distributed sensor/actuator networks for a wide range of biological, earth and environmental monitoring applications in marine, soil and atmospheric contexts. This paper provides an in-depth study of applying wireless sensor networks to real-world habitat monitoring.