The article presents the technology for collecting low-frequency and event detecting in high-frequency environmental data streams using wireless sensor networks, a developed set of sensors for different sampling rates, detectors for high-frequency events, and software to convert, store and visualize the data.
Wireless sensor networks, event detecting, environmental monitoring
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