Deploying a Sensor Network on an Active Volcano
I will describe our experience deploying a wireless sensor network on Reventador, an active volcano in Ecuador, which recorded data on hundreds of eruptions and explosions over a three-week period. Deploying a sensor network in such a hostile and remote environment involves many challenges, including capturing high-quality data on seismic activity, debugging the network over the radio, and slogging through jungles to reach the deployment site.
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