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Context-aware low-energy Wi-Fi sensor networks for e-health
2013 IEEE 15th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services (Healthcom 2013)
Typical sensor networks are formed by low-end, battery operated devices, which rely on low-energy communication technologies, such as Bluetooth, Zigbee and ANT+, due to their energy efficiency. On the other hand, sensor networks increasingly need to be connected to the Internet, which implies adaptations of the TCP/IP stack to fit such wireless technologies. These adaptations bring additional complexity and imply new hardware, thus deployments are cumbersome and sub-optimal. Conversely, Wi-Fidoi:10.1109/healthcom.2013.6720701 dblp:conf/healthcom/CarvalhoCR13 fatcat:osdoqzfg7ja3hmkz73dtlmtmnq