Resources and Studies – Collaborative Sensor Data Management

Sensors 2012, 12(10), 13295-13332; doi:10.3390/s121013295

WikiSensing: An Online Collaborative Approach for Sensor Data Management

Dilshan Silva

, Moustafa Ghanem

and Yike Guo *

Department of Computer Science, Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, London SW7 2AZ, UK

WikiSensing: An Online Collaborative Approach for Sensor Data Management

The drive toward smart cities alongside the increasing adoption of personal sensors is leading to big sensor data, which is so large and complex that traditional methods for utilizing it are inadequate. Although systems exist for storing and managing large-scale sensor data, the real value of such data are the insights it could enable. However, no current… (More)
The drive toward smart cities alongside the rising adoption of personal sensors is leading to a torrent of sensor data. While systems exist for storing and managing sensor data, the real value of such data is the insight which can be generated from it. However there is currently no platform which enables sensor data to be taken from collection, through use… (More)
Spatial data infrastructures (SDI) are extremely important in order to combine the technical and organizational elements required to promote the use of territory-based information in an inoperable way. In fact, geographic information has unique intrinsic features, which makes it a natural indexing mechanism for spatial data. Due to its high cost and… (More)