November 5th, 2012  |  Published in Research

Chosen: Cooperative Hybrid Objects Sensor Networks. Chosen researches, develops and applies a ultra-low power standard chipset for wireless sensor nodes that will be SOA/Web2.0 enabled. The sensor node will have features as wake-up-on-radio pattern and will integrate directly into Web 2.0 applications. Applications areas cover automotive and avionics. TU Braunschweig leads the middleware and system/integration effort of this project.
The high level objective of the CHOSeN project is to develop application-specifically adaptable communication technologies enabling the real deployment of smart wireless sensor networks in large-scale, performance-critical application fields like the automotive and the aeronautic. Application scenarios in these fields entail a complex and heterogeneous set-up, in which different nodes require or provide different performance. An important aspect is the support and the compatibility with other vehicle networks, both new and legacy.

The CHOSeN project will develop a new hardware and software platform enabling distributed optimal execution and scalable performances. The new middleware architecture will also support the system auto-configuration through dynamic resources discovery and management.

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Selected Publications

Stephan Sigg, Dawud Gordon, Georg Von Zengen, Michael Beigl, Sandra Haseloff, Klaus David (2012) Investigation of Context Prediction Accuracy for Different Context Abstraction Levels, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing 11(6), p. 1047-1059, pdf

Yong Ding, Matthias Budde, Dawud Gordon, Dimana Shishkova, Nadezda Sackmann, Hedda R Schmidtke, Michael Beigl (2011) Ubiquitous Know-How Transfer Based on a Mobile Learning and Classification System, Seventh International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context (CONTEXT'11) Adjunct Proceedings, p. 3-4, pdf

Rayan Merched El Masri, Stephan Sigg, Michael Beigl (2010) An asymptotically optimal approach to the distributed adaptive transmit beamforming in wireless sensor networks, European Wireless Conference (EW), p. 511-518, Ieee, url

Dawud Gordon, Florian Witt, Hedda Schmidtke, Michael Beigl (2010) A long-term sensory logging device for subject monitoring, Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (PervasiveHealth), 2010 4th International Conference on, p. 1-4, IEEE, url, doi:10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2010.8826

Dawud Gordon, Hedda Rahel Schmidtke, Michael Beigl, Georg von Zengen (2010) A novel micro-vibration sensor for activity recognition: Potential and limitations, International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC) 2010, p. 1-8, IEEE, Best Paper Nominee, url, doi:10.1109/ISWC.2010.5665861

Stephan Sigg, Michael Beigl (2009) Algorithmic approaches to distributed adaptive transmit beamforming, 2009 International Conference on Intelligent Sensors Sensor Networks and Information Processing ISSNIP, p. 433-438, Ieee, url, doi:10.1109/ISSNIP.2009.5416780

Dawud Gordon, Michael Beigl, Masayuki Iwai (2009) A Study on the Use of Wireless Sensor Networks in a Retail Store, Workshop in Conjunction with the 7th International Conference on Pervasive Computing 2009, pdf

Stephan Sigg, Rayan Merched El Masri, Julian Ristau, Michael Beigl (2009) Limitations, performance and instrumentation of closed-loop feedback based distributed adaptive transmit beamforming in WSNs, 2009 International Conference on Intelligent Sensors Sensor Networks and Information Processing ISSNIP, p. 451-456, Ieee, url, doi:10.1109/ISSNIP.2009.5416750

Dawud Gordon, Michael Beigl (2009) D-Bridge: A platform for developing low-cost WSN product solutions, 2009 Sixth International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems INSS, p. 62-65, IEEE, url, doi:10.1109/INSS.2009.5409950




Infineon, TU Vienna, Commissariat a l’Energie Atomique, EADS, Fiat

Research Topics:

Wireless sensor networks, Web 2.0, SOA, Ubiquitous Computing applications, ultra-low power

Application and economic dissemination:

standard wireless sensor platform, applications in avionics, automotive

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