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SenSys Program

ACM SenSys, the flagship conference in Sensor Networks, will he held in Berkeley, California on November 4-6 2009 and the program is now available. Among the novelties: the Keynote Address links to Google Research and their PowerMeter Project. Inspiring?

ERCIM News on Sensor Web

Ercim (the European Research Consortium of for Informatics and Mathematics) has devoted the latest issue of Ercim news to “The Sensor Web: Bringing Information to Life”. The issue includes a paper on “Sensor Networks in the Real World” by Steven D. Glaser and Tommi Parkkila of the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, University of California, Berkeley.

The pdf of the latest issue can be downloaded here.

BAIA Panel Wireless Sensor Networks

BAIA, Business Association Italy America, has organized a Panel has organized a Panel on “Business Models and Applications of Wireless Sensor Networks” on 10/08/2008. The event, sponsored by Pirelli Tyre, Telecom Italia and C’ Era una Volta, has taken place at the University of California at Berkeley with more than one hundred attendees from the academia and the industry. The Panel has been kindly introduced by Consul General of Italy in San Francisco Dott. Fabrizio Marcelli.

The distinguished panelists have been:
– Prof. David Culler, UC Berkeley, CTO and Co-Founder of Arch Rock
– Mike Horton, CEO and Co-Founder of Crossbow
– Prof. Raju Pandey, UC Davis, CTO and Co-Founder of Synapsense
– Prof. Kris Pister, UC Berkeley, CTO and Co-Founder of Dust Networks
– Dr. Joe Polastre, CTO and Co-Founder of Sentilla

The panel has been moderated by Prof. Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Professor at UC Berkeley, Co-Founder of Cadence Design Systems and Honorary Chairman of BAIA. The Panelists have discussed possible business models for WSNs and have answered the questions of the audience on the market perspectives for the technology and on the obstacles still to be overcome.

http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docid=6128778504877856899&hl=en&fs=true