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Sensor Cloud

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Transcript of Sensor Cloud

Welcome To Our Presentation
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Mehedi Hasan 142-15-4183
Md. Jahirul Islam 142-15-4213
Atiqul Islam 142-15-4212
Sanowar Hossain 142-15-4214
Yasin Hosain 142-15-4215

Presentation Topics
What is Sensor Cloud?
Emerging Sensor-Cloud Applications
Agriculture Sensor-Cloud Infrastructure
Google Health
Telematics
Earth Observation
Transportation and Vehicular Traffic Applications
Ubiquitous Healthcare Monitoring
Advantages of Sensor-Cloud
Sensor Cloud is a unique sensor data storage, visualization and remote management platform that leverages powerful Cloud computing technologies to provide excellent data scalability , rapid visualization, and user programmable analysis. SensorCloud's core features include FastGraph, MathEngine®, LiveConnect, and the Open Data API.
LORD MicroStrain's Wireless and Inertial sensors allow instant uploading of their data to Sensor Cloud. Once uploaded, your data is securely stored in the Cloud and can be accessed from anywhere, or downloaded for offline use.
Architecture of Sensor-Cloud
Architecture of Sensor-Cloud
The components of the ASCI are organized in a hierarchical manner consisting of a physical sensor network, virtual sensor cloud , and service cloud. Each sensor node is equipped with various sensors and controllers. The physical sensors can be registered at the ASCI, and they can be deleted from the system when required by the users.
The virtual sensor cloud virtualizes the sensors and controllers. A single sensor or a group of sensors can be virtualized according to the demand of the user. The service cloud is a layer for providing various services using an individual sensor or a group of virtual sensors.
Therefore, a user should select an appropriate service template for a specific service. Furthermore, the service layer accesses the sensors and controllers in the physical layer with the aid of the virtual layer for controlling and monitoring them.
Analysis
Scalability
Collaboration
Visualization
Flexibility
Multitenancy
Automation
Dynamic Provisioning of Services
Resource Optimization
Quick Response Time
Issues and Challenges While Designing Sensor-Cloud Infrastructure in Several Applications
Design Issues
Storage Issues
Authorization Issues
Need for Efficient Information Dissemination
Security and Privacy Support Issues
Energy Efficiency Issues
Bandwidth Limitation
Network Access Management
Pricing Issues
Maintenance Issues
References
Conclusion
Research Article
Agriculture Sensor-Cloud Infrastructure and Routing Protocol in the Physical Sensor Network Layer
Review Article
A Survey on Sensor-Cloud: Architecture, Applications, and Approaches
we have discussed the opportunities of implementing the technology to handle more complex situations of a real world through the service innovation capability of Sensor-Cloud infrastructure.
Architecture of Sensor-Cloud
Sensor-Cloud infrastructure provides service instances automatically to the end users as and when requested, in such a way that these virtual sensors are part of their IT resources. These service instances and their associated appropriate sensor data can be used by the end users via a user interface through the web
How Did It Work
Sensor Cloud
Agriculture sensor-cloud infrastructure
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index
Sensor Cloud 01
What is Sensor Cloud?
How Did It Work?
Architecture of Sensor-Cloud.
Emerging Sensor-Cloud Applications.
Agriculture sensor-cloud infrastructure.
Advantages of Sensor-Cloud.
Issues and Challenges While Designing Sensor-Cloud Infrastructure in Several Applications.
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