Sensor data management technologies for infrastructure asset management

K.H. Law,    Stanford University, USA

K. Smarsly,    Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany

Y. Wang,    Georgia Institute of Technology, USA


This chapter discusses selected data management issues that are commonly shared by structural health monitoring (SHM) systems. First, data processing and management issues at the wireless sensor node are discussed, with special attention on reducing energy consumption inherent to wireless data communication. Second, issues such as communication constraints, protocol design and dynamic code migration, that are related to in-network data and software management are discussed. Third, persistent data storage and remote data access schemes, ...

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