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Related Work

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Related UC Berkeley work

  • Calamari Localization solutions for sensor networks
  • CotsBots Cheap, Off-the-Shelf Robots using TinyOS
  • Firebug Wildfire instrumentation, a project of the Berkeley Civil Engineering project
  • FPS A network protocol for radio power scheduling in wireless sensor networks.
  • galsC A language and compiler for event-driven embedded systems; an extension to nesC.
  • Great Duck IslandOur goal is to enable researchers anywhere in the world to engage in non-intrusive monitoring of sensitive wildlife and habitats. Sensor motes ... are monitoring the nesting habitat of the Leach’s Storm Petrel on the island and relaying their readings ... into a satellite link that allows researchers to download real-time environmental data over the Internet.”
  • Maté Application-specific virtual machines for TOS networks ... allows mote programming via simple scripts.
  • PicoRadio Ad hoc, Ultra low-power Wireless Networking
  • Sensing Structural Integrity Sensors report the location and kinematics of damage during and after an earthquake.
  • Telegraph A database customized for streaming data such as that found in sensor networks
  • TinyDB A query processing system for extracting information from a network of TinyOS sensors.
  • TinyGALS A programming model for event-driven embedded systems, an EECS project
  • XYZ On A Chip Integrated Wireless Sensor Networks for the Control of the Indoor Environment in Buildings

Projects in the NEST Forum

Projects outside the UCB or NEST umbrellas

Industry Related Works

  • Digital Sun’s S.Sense: A soil moisture sensor system to keep grass green while saving water
  • Dust Inc.: Reliable Low Power Wireless Networks
  • Crossbow: A Clear and Compelling Vision of Sensor Technology
  • Ember: Reliable, Secure, Easy-to-Use Embedded Wireless Networking
  • Sensicast: Providing wireless sensor network solutions
  • Sensit: The most highly preferred wind eroding mass sensor erosion worldwide

This project is part of Berkeley WEBS: Wireless Embedded Systems