Aqueous Sensor Node Demo

Categories:  Culturally Situated Community Sensing, James Davis

I was asked for some demos. So this is just a quick demo of the node connecting to the android, and base station turning on the pump.

I wanted to show the entire network working, but with only one computer that apparently can’t be done. So after much strife, I decided to just show the one node reporting…

Getting Data From A Single Node

Progress Update On Aqueous Sensor Nodes

Categories:  Andrew Ellis, Culturally Situated Community Sensing, James Davis, Photos, Uncategorized

Communication / Programming
The nodes are now communicating with each other at a very basic level. They are also sleeping until requested. However, there are a fair number of bugs that must be worked out this week. I hope to have them all working in harmony to report to the base station and sleeping properly by next week .
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Aqueous Sensor Nodes

Categories:  Andrew Ellis, Culturally Situated Community Sensing, James Davis, Kathleen Tully, Photos

In cooperation with the Sawyer Working Group, a new version of the culturally situated sensors is currently in development for deployment in rivers and lakes. These networks will hopefully provide an inexpensive means of constantly collecting data on contamination and pinpoint and eliminate sources of contamination. These sensor nodes are to have new sensors developed by Professor Sawyers team for detecting bacteria, but will build off of the platform developed previously. Read the rest of this entry »