WSNWARE is an open source Java/OSGi middleware, designed for monitoring, controlling and standardizing Wireless Sensor Network.
WSNWARE is a normalized message oriented middleware, messages are transformed by incoming/outgoing adapters, which are specific to the application (as RAW packet is).
WSNWARE aims to provide a standardized access and representation of the network, its nodes and equipment (i.e. sensors). It comes with a set of tools and components which enable rapid development (i.e. create GUI, applets, web services, REST services) and easily bind to new modules.
The OSGI framework has been selected as container for WSNWARE modules, although the library and most of the components are designed as POJO and may be easily integrate in standalone (non-OSGI) contexts.
WSNWARE provides a set of bundles which can be used by developers for developing high-level WSN applications in RAD style, improved by OSGi modularization and management.
Ready-to-use platform adapters and real-world samples, are provided as well:
- TinyOS2, Java.comm RXTX and their examples,
- high level filters (statistical, noise-channel),
- GUI expositors (real-time tables, charting),
- GUI controllers and a dynamic IDE,
- Multilateration application example
More info here.