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Live E! Project; Sensing the Earth with Internet Weather Stations.

DOI: 10.1109/SAINT.2007.16 Conference: 2007 International Symposium on Applications and the Internet (SAINT 2007), 15-19 January 2007, Hiroshima, Japan
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ABSTRACT The Live E! project, www.live-e.org, is an open research consortium among industry and academia to explore the platform to share the digital information related with the Earth and our living environment. We have getting a lot of low cost sensor nodes with Internet connectivity. The deployment of broadband and ubiquitous networks will enable autonomous and global digital information sharing over the globe. In this paper, we describe the technical and operational overview of Live E! project, while discussing the objective, such as education, disaster protection/reduction/recovery or business cases, and goal of this project activity

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