Big Data Infrastructure for analyzing data generated by Wireless Sensor Networks.
Big Data Infrastructure for analyzing data generated by Wireless Sensor Networks.The rapid pace of technological advances in recentyears has enabled a significant evolution and deployment ofWireless Sensor Networks (WSN). These networks are a keyplayer in the so-called Internet of Things, generating exponentiallyincreasing amounts of data. Nonetheless, there are veryfew documented works that tackle the challenges related with thecollection, manipulation and exploitation of the data generated bythese networks.
This paper presents a proposal for integrating BigData tools (in rest and in motion) for the gathering, storage andanalysis of data generated by a WSN that monitors air pollutionlevels in a city. We provide a proof of concept that combinesHadoop and Storm for data processing, storage and analysis,and Arduino-based kits for constructing our sensor prototypes.
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