Wireless Sensor Networks for Building Monitoring Deployment Challenges, Tools and Experience
As more large scale deployments of wireless solutions come on stream there is a real need for deployment support for system integrators to ensure a reliable infrastructure can be achieved. This chapter presents the experiences gained from a real deployment and discusses the process used by a designer in order to investigate what value the use of current support tools can offer a designer.
The authors wish to acknowledge the support of the EU Commission under the FP7 SCUBA project (Grant Agreement No 288079) in part funding the work reported in this chapter.
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