Wireless Sensor Systems for Extreme Environments: Space, Underwater, Underground, and Industrial (Wiley - IEEE)
Provides unique coverage of wireless sensor system applications in space, underwater, underground, and extreme industrial environments in one volume
This book covers the challenging aspects of wireless sensor systems and the problems and conditions encountered when applying them in outer space, under the water, below the ground, and in extreme industrial environments. It explores the unique aspects of designs and solutions that address those problems and challenges, and illuminates the connections, similarities, and differences between the challenges and solutions in those various environments.
The creation of Wireless Sensor Systems for Extreme Environments is a response to the spread of wireless sensor technology into fields of health, safety, manufacturing, space, environmental, smart cities, advanced robotics, surveillance, and agriculture. It is the first of its kind to present, in a single reference, the unique aspects of wireless sensor system design, development, and deployment in such extreme environments—and to explore the similarities and possible synergies between them. The application of wireless sensor systems in these varied environments has been lagging dramatically behind their application in more conventional environments, making this an especially relevant book for investigators and practitioners in all of these areas.
Wireless Sensor Systems for Extreme Environments is presented in five parts that cover:
- Wireless Sensor Systems for Extreme Environments—Generic Solutions
- Space WSS Solutions and Applications
- Underwater and Submerged WSS Solutions
- Underground and Confined Environments WSS Solutions
- Industrial and Other WSS Solutions
This book is a welcome guide for researchers, post-graduate students, engineers and scientists who design and build operational and environmental control systems, emergency response systems, and situational awareness systems for unconventional environments.