The Landscape of Wireless Sensing in Greenhouse Monitoring and Control
In this paper the authors rethink the application of short-range radio communication technologies to greenhouse management. They briefly survey the application domain, the technological landscape and directions; then review the most interesting properties of existing deployments, and finally define some possible research ideas in the field. This paper neither assumes nor surveys certain WSN technologies, rather than that it attempts to define research problems, identify design space constraints and sketch some possible solutions. The purpose of this paper is twofold: to make computer engineer more aware about this specific application domain and the space it offers for applying IT and communication infrastructure.