P2P4Ubicomp

June 1st, 2012  |  Published in Research

P2P4Ubicomp researches how to interconnect various distributed sensor networks, what performance measures are important, what and how information are replicated among involved remote locations etc. The project researches this issues regarding integrating into Internet and Telco environments and builds up large, world-spanning environments.

Many industrial applications rely on sensors and sensor networks residing on machinery, transport containers or in the environment. For distributed processes
in such domains the sharing of those sensor networks is crucial. We introduced a peer-to-peer (P2P) architecture for sharing services provided by existing sensor networks with any Internet based application. The differences between the sensor networks are abstracted using a service-oriented approach. The proposed technology is able to build up a global sensor Internet across multiple domain boundaries. Our implementation was evaluated with 300+ sensor nodes
organized in a P2P network across continents.

Selected Publications

Manabu Isomura, Till Riedel, Christian Decker, Michael Beigl, Hiroki Horiuchi (2006) Sharing sensor networks, 26th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops ICDCSW06, p. 61-61, IEEE, url, doi:10.1109/ICDCSW.2006.98

Manabu Isomura, Christian Decker, Michael Beigl (2005) P2Pを用いた広域分散センサノードのための統合通信基盤の提案, IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan) Conference 2005, pdf

Manabu Isomura, Christian Decker, Michael Beigl (2005) Generic Communication Structure to Integrate Widely Distributed Wireless Sensor Nodes by P2P Technology, In the Adjunct Poster Proceedings of Ubicomp 2005, Tokyo, Japan, pdf

 

 

Start/End:

2006-

Partners:

KDDI Research Japan, DUS

Research Topics:

RFID system, RFID antenna, RFID based location detection, user behaviour recognition

Application and economic dissemination:

Prototype, Used for supervising customer behaviour

Follow-ups:

LoCostix

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