SENSELET: Sensory Network Infrastructure for Scientific Lab Environments
TimeTuesday, July 306:30pm - 8:30pm
LocationCrystal Foyer and Crystal B
DescriptionMaterials and devices are sensitive to environments. Environmental conditions can cause issues in yield, performance, and assembly, and consequently must be carefully monitored and maintained. Due to limited budgets, universities and government laboratories cannot commit to expensive state-of-the-art monitoring systems. However, low- cost wireless sensors provide a non-invasive solution of tracking and monitoring key environmental data in real-time via cloud-based networks. The acquired data can not only be utilized to alert research scientists and laboratory administrators of environmental conditions and safety hazards, but also can be used for large data analysis.