The Wireless Sensor Networks Research Group is formed by research and developer teams throughout all the world which are involved in active projects related to the WSN field.
The Wireless Sensor Networks Research Group covers aspects like efficient energy motes designs, mesh routing protocols or sensor integration in WDSN.This group is also intended to be a support for physicist, chemists, farmers... those who have ideas about how to use data acquired by sensor networks but lack of the technichal knowledge required for electronic design. This group is a link between people with heterogeneous research interests for getting the most of sensor networks. All the members of this group are concerned about the importance of open source projects when sharing and spreading knowledge. The open source concept applies to use open routing protocols for ensuring interoperability among networks and open monitoring and test platforms.
Open source projects have two main benefits. On one hand, this kind of projects makes it possible to join people from all over the world working together and making faster developments. On the other hand, open source philosophy makes technology affordable for developing countries. Thus, people who has ideas but no resources can also research and contribute to the Community.
There are some important research lines opened which are the main one to be investigated.
Articles and papers
On the right sidebar, on the Sections links we can find all the articles, publications and references which are wrote by the researhers, not only the final ones but any piece of work which can be interesting for future developments and more complete works.
Sensor Networks Deployment
As pointed before, this group is pursuing not only teorical results but practical and real ones. This means developments of real projects and cases are also followed and published here with special importancy. We research for real solutios for people.
Take a look to the join us section to see how to become a member of this group and how to be able to access to the technology resources.
Research and Development Manager of Libelium's team. His research is focused in the Distributed Communications field, specially in the Adhoc Networks. Main developer of the completely anonymous P2P platform Marabunta and researcher of the first anonymous mesh network: Enjambre (swarm). He is an author for Linux Magazine in the encryption and privacy field.
Member of the Research and Development Libelium's team. Her main research interests are the power consumption of communication devices and the security and encryption wireless communication field. She has published in Hakin9 and Linux+ magazines and won the Best Paper Award in the Workshop on Computer Architecture Education (ISCA-2007).
He is member of the Research and Development Libelium's team. His research focus in low consumption hardware design for motes. He is one the most active developers in the Arduino hardware platform, where he has designed the main modules (GPS and ZigBee) for the known open hardware platform.
He is a researcher at the Abdus Salam International Centre
for Theoretical Physics, where he is part of the Aeronomy and
Radiopropagation Laboratory and of the Science Dissemination Unit. He
is a PhD student at the Royal Institute of Technology KTH under the
supervision of Prof.Bjorn Pehrson. His research interests are in the
areaa of ICT4D. More specifically, he focuses on Wireless Sensor
Networks and on their applications in Developing Countries.
He is also publisher of one of the best WSN blogs: http://www.wsnblog.com
He works in the department of computer science of the
university of Cape Town in South Africa.
The focus of his current research is on the design, analysis and
control of communication networks. His
interests include the modelling, optimization, performance evaluation
and implementation of next generation
networks. These include IP/Optical networks, wireless ad-hoc and
Member of the Research and Development Libelium's team. His research focuses on the development of
light programmation environments and embedded kernel systems for low resources devices.
He is also the main developer of the Meshlium Manager System and is specially interested in the mobile
mesh networks and sensor networks integration. He is actively working in the development of applications
for monitor and control of sensor networks.
He is member of the Research and Development Libelium's team.
Telecommunications Engineer, his work is centered in the electronic
integration of sensors and powering systems, mainly solar cell powering
and battery management. Real WSN deployment and energy saving techniques
in motes are two of his main fields.
He is member of the Research and Development Libelium's team. Telecommunications Engineer,
his work is focused in the development of firmware for WSN devices. He is also one of the
developers of Waspmote API and is specially interested in the mobile mesh networks and sensor
Member of the Research and Development Libelium's team.
He is actively working on data storage systems and monitoring applications.
Focused on data representation on web applications and automatic alert detection for wireless sensor networks.