IntroPervasiveComputing09

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Introduction to  Pervasive Computing Sumi Helal, Ph.D.      University of Florida
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The Computer Evolution Mainframe Computer, 1960 The PC, 1980 Mobile Computer 1990 Sensor Platforms 2000 Smart Dust …
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Sensor Network Forecast “The Quest for the Next Big Thing” Business Week, August 2003 Utility Computing The Sensor Revolution Plastic Electronics Bionic Bodies “10 Emerging Technologies That Will Change The World” MIT ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY REVIEW, Feb. 2003 Brain-Wireless Sensor Networks Grid computing Software Assurance and more
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Trend – Faster, Smaller, Numerous Moore’s Law “Stuff” (transistors, etc) doubling every 1-2 years Bell’s Law New computing class every 10 years year log (people per computer) Streaming Data to/ from the Physical World Excerpted from ‘The Mote Revolution: Low Power Wireless Sensor Network’, UCB, 2004.
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“Sensor Nation”, IEEE Spectrum magazine, July 2004 We will soon be able to know almost everything about everyone.
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Promising Applications Sensor Network Applications Environment Industrial Business Civil Engineering National Defense Transportation Public Service Daily Life Buildings Roads Bridges Sensor Deployment Sensor platfor ms Sensor platfor ms Sensor platfor ms Sensor platfor ms Sensor platfor ms Homes Cities Sensor Networks for Pervasive Service Excerpted and modified from ‘Ubiquitous City Plan’,NCA, Korea, 2005.
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Promising Applications •Home Automation •Home Security •Weather Forecasting •Childcare / Baby monitoring •Elderly remote monitoring
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course CNT 5517 taught by Professor Helal during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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