Heterogeneous sensor integration for intelligent transport systems

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  2. Dr Kirusnapillai Selvarajah
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Author(s)Katramados I, Barlow A, Selvarajah K, Shooter C, Tully A, Blythe P T
Publication type Report
Series TitleSchool of Computing Science Technical Report Series
Year2008
Legacy DateMay 2008
Report Number1096
Pages13
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Recent advances in electronics and wireless communication systems have brought many different variants of wireless sensor devices (motes) from industry and institutions. As a result the development and deployment of intelligent transport applications has become complicated due to the diversity of sensors and communication protocols available. The Embedded Middleware in Mobility Applications (EMMA) consortium delivers a middleware specification that aims to facilitate the interaction between sensing technologies in intelligent transport systems. This is demonstrated using a wide range of technologies from small scale automotive systems to large-scale road infrastructure systems. This paper discusses our experience of using heterogeneous sensors to develop intelligent transport system applications in the EMMA project and focuses on how cooperation between vehicle and infrastructure can be addressed.
InstitutionSchool of Computing Science, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Place PublishedNewcastle upon Tyne
URLhttp://www.cs.ncl.ac.uk/publications/trs/papers/1096.pdf
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