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Date:4/12/2011

light, opening up a broad spectrum of applications. Dynamic network establishment adds to robustness if one node fails, the network automatically rearranges itself to continue operation.

"We discussed wireless sensor network applications at an ITEA brokerage event in Barcelona in 2005," explains project leader Olle Olsson of the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS). The subject attracted interest from partners with complementary interests in a wide mix of technologies, and from partners with more market-oriented focus, wanting to target specific markets and bridge the gap between technology and actual use.

"We saw the way EUREKA operated was good, because it enabled the matching of product and application-oriented technology development in the same project. The result was a project that combined technology 'geeks' and organisations keen to supply technologies for specific markets. We also had end users interested in using rather than selling technologies."

ESNA had two objectives: developing a strong and multifunctional basic software platform supporting very flexible application needs and demonstrating the use of this platform to meet the needs of specific market areas with relevant application frameworks.

Business-oriented applications

The EUREKA project enabled the development of business-oriented wireless sensor network applications using standard open-source architecture, technology and application-development guidelines, and proof-of-concept implementations. The ESNA architecture supports off-the-shelf sensor network nodes and guidelines cover network dimensioning and the type of nodes to use for different application domains.

"We did develop some really new things," says Olsson. "We worked on a standards-compliant generic platform based on the emerging IPV6 Internet standard, developing the world's smallest implementation of IPV6 in terms of lines of code." ESNA also made a particular effo
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Contact: Piotr Pogorzelski
piotr.pogorzelski@eurekanetwork.org
322-777-0979
EUREKA
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