What's New in WSN

Publish Date: Apr 22, 2013 | 0 Ratings | 0.00 out of 5 |  PDF

Table of Contents

  1. Solar Monitoring
  2. Energy Harvesting
  3. New WSN Case Studies
  4. New WSN Products
  5. Additional Resources
  6. Additional Case Studies

1. Solar Monitoring

NI Wireless Sensor Network systems are outdoor capable, have long range, and can interface with hundreds of different sensors.  Because of this, NI WSN is the ideal platform for monitoring outdoor solar farms. View the following resources to get up and running with an NI WSN Solar Monitoring System.

Tutorial and Example Code:  Create a Wireless Solar Monitoring System

 

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2. Energy Harvesting

Discover how you can reduce and even eliminate the needs for batteries in your WSN system.  Harvest energy from solar and vibration to indefinitely power WSN measurement nodes.

Using Energy Harvesting Devices with NI WSN Nodes

 

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3. New WSN Case Studies

 

Greenhouse Monitoring System

Learn how researchers at Northeast Agricultural University used NI Wireless Sensor Networks to continually monitor greenhouse environmental data.

 

 Ensuring the Safety of Tunnels

Learn how engineers used NI Wireless Sensor Networks to safely perform tunnel-digging construction by monitoring information such as temperature, humidity, bedrock side stress, and bedrock side water in a constantly unstable environment.

 

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4. New WSN Products

NI 9792 Programmable Gateway

NI WSN-3226 Voltage/RTD Combination Node

 

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5. Additional Resources

-- Join the Wireless Network Community

-- View Wireless Product Certifications by Country

-- Configure your own custom WSN Monitoring System

-- View the WSN Frequently Asked Questions

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6. Additional Case Studies

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