In a disaster or generally in a critical event, the availability of innovative, space-based autonomous sensor network systems used as support for the “early warning" of the event, is strongly recommended. This paper deals with a discussion on behavioural development of such systems, devoted to improve the effectiveness of their "first response". It is envisioned how a suitable metrological characterization of sensors could be enhanced by a semantic characterization of raw data in order to enable logic-based inferences. The resulting system allows a robust improvement of performance and reliability with respect to competitor frameworks. Both ideas and approaches are now implementing in an off-the-shelf publisher/subscriber Message-Oriented Middleware named BEE-DDS in order to assess feasibility. Tests and experiments are underway.
|Titolo:||Metrological Characterization and Semantic Annotation of Space-aided Distributed Sensor System for Hydrogeological Disaster Management|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Nome del convegno:||Specialists Meeting on "Swarm Centric Solution for Intelligent Sensor Networks" (SET-222)|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|