DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bllt2q/wsn_support_of) has announced the addition of the "WSN: Support of Green Environment: Technologies and Markets Developments" report to their offering.
This report addresses technological, marketing and applications aspects of wireless smart sensors in the WSN environment. In particular, it stresses the importance of the design green WSNs with environmentally smart technologies.
Rapid development of large WSNs made necessary utilization of:
- Low-power consumption radio technologies
- Power harvesting technologies.
WSNs also are supporting the Smart Grid providing bidirectional connectivity between power providers and consumers to rationally manage power consumption. The industry is developing smart energy profiles for such radio technologies as ZigBee, Bluetooth and other.
The report concentrates on a complex of issues related to the role of green WSNs in building environmentally-sensitive ICT. It also surveys the industry and vendors portfolios.
Key Topics Covered:
2.0 Wireless Smart Sensor
2.1 Wireless Smart Sensor Structure and Functionality
2.7 Applications: WSN-SS
2.8 Market Characteristics
3.0 WSN: Power Harvesting
3.1 Green Technologies Requirements
3.2 Self-powered Nodes
3.3 Methods - Pollution Reduction
3.5 Power Harvesting Technologies
3.6 WSN Nodes
3.7 Energy Sources - Harvesters
4.0 Energy Consumption -Smart- WSN
4.3 IEEE 802.11
- BAE Systems
- Dust Networks (Linear Technology)
- Elta (SS)
- EnOcean Alliance
- Exensor (SS)
- Freescale (sensors)
- G24 Power
- L3 (SS)
- Linear Technology
- Market Estimate
- Millennial Net (Mesh-SS)
- National Instruments
- Nextreme (acquired by Laird in 2013)
- NorthropGrumman (SS)
- Qual-Tron (SS)
- Redpine Signals
- Rheinmetall (SS)
- Texas MicroPower
- Thales (SS)
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