TinySOA: a service-oriented architecture for wireless sensor networks

  • Edgardo Avilés-López
  • J Antonio García-Macías
Original Research Paper

Abstract

Wireless sensor networks provide the means for gathering vast amounts of data from physical phenomena, and as such they are being used for applications such as precision agriculture, habitat monitoring, and others. However, there is a need to provide higher level abstractions for the development of applications, since accessing the data from wireless sensor networks currently implies dealing with very low-level constructs. We propose TinySOA, a service- oriented architecture that allows programmers to access wireless sensor networks from their applications by using a simple service-oriented API via the language of their choice. We show an implementation of TinySOA and the results of an experiment where programmers developed an application that exemplifies how easy Internet applications can integrate sensor networks.

Keywords

SOA Web services WSN 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Edgardo Avilés-López
    • 1
  • J Antonio García-Macías
    • 1
  1. 1.Computer Science DepartmentCICESE Research CenterEnsenadaMexico

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