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2008 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies: From Theory to Applications
Wireless sensor networks (WSN) have recently been proposed for a large range of applications in home and industrial automation, and for health and environment monitoring. Especially the ZigBee standard is getting rising attention as it can be used to implement wireless sensor networks, because of its low data rate and low power consumption. Increasingly there is a need to access wireless sensor network services from other IPbased networks. The DPWS has been chosen to implement the integrationdoi:10.1109/ictta.2008.4530160 fatcat:mbzhp5pfvbc2ldba6z4ebouaum