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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/29/11 Development and Evaluation of a City-Wide Ben, C., Hsue-Yie, W., Tian-Yin, P., & Ying-Shao, H. (2010). Development and Evaluation of a City-Wide Wireless Weather Sensor Network. Journal of , 13 (3), 270-280.
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8/29/11 Why I chose this article? Check the weather daily Weather patterns are growing more and more unpredictable – big concern The Human Footprint
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8/29/11 Theme Measure the effectiveness of a city- wide weather sensor network by analyzing student-theorized results. Are sensors accurate enough? Is the weather program effective enough?
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8/29/11 So, how did they start? Taipei Weather Science Learning Network (TWIN) was set up. Weather sensors were placed in 60 elementary and high schools throughout the city Each device detected Temperature Humidity Barometric pressure
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8/29/11 How did it work? The sensor modules from each
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