Monitoring Systems for Embedded Equipment in Ubiquitous Environments


Ji-Hye Bae, Hee-Kuk Kang, Yoon-Young Park, Jung-Ho Park, Journal of Information Processing Systems Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 58-66, Feb. 2006  


Keywords: Ubiquitous Computing, Monitoring System, Sensor Network
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Abstract

Accurate and efficient monitoring of dynamically changing environments is one of the most important requirements for ubiquitous network environments. Ubiquitous computing provides intelligent environments which are aware of spatial conditions and can provide timely and useful information to users or devices. Also, the growth of embedded systems and wireless communication technology has made it possible for sensor network environments to develop on a large scale and at low-cost. In this paper, we present the design and implementation of a monitoring system that collects, analyzes, and controls the status information of each sensor, following sensor data extracted from each sensor node. The monitoring system adopts Web technology for the implementation of a simple but efficient user interface that allows an operator to visualize any of the processes, elements, or related information in a convenient graphic form.


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[APA Style]
Ji-Hye Bae, Hee-Kuk Kang, Yoon-Young Park, & Jung-Ho Park (2006). Monitoring Systems for Embedded Equipment in Ubiquitous Environments. Journal of Information Processing Systems, 2(1), 58-66. DOI: .

[IEEE Style]
J. Bae, H. Kang, Y. Park and J. Park, "Monitoring Systems for Embedded Equipment in Ubiquitous Environments," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 58-66, 2006. DOI: .

[ACM Style]
Ji-Hye Bae, Hee-Kuk Kang, Yoon-Young Park, and Jung-Ho Park. 2006. Monitoring Systems for Embedded Equipment in Ubiquitous Environments. Journal of Information Processing Systems, 2, 1, (2006), 58-66. DOI: .