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Zone specific weather monitoring system using crowdsourcing and telecom infrastructure
Varad Vishwarupe, , Saniya Zahoor
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Pages: 823 - 827
Weather monitoring has become a quintessential aspect in a variety of fields. Often the challenge lies in fetching accurate information from the site. Having weather information regarding just a particular city isn't sufficient as the weather changes are brisk. In a large city, weather conditions vary from region-to-region. Zone-specific information is needed during such scenarios. Crowdsourcing can be largely influential in such cases. By acquiring resources from a group of service providers, it can aid in the easy retrieval of weather parameters. The most significant players in this approach are the Telecom Service Providers, who have a pool of infrastructure in the form of towers and grids. This infrastructure can be coupled with wireless weather stations to provide real-time weather data. In this paper, we propose a weather monitoring system which is a confluence of embedded systems, crowdsourcing and telecom infrastructure. © 2015 IEEE.
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JournalData powered by Typeset2015 International Conference on Information Processing (ICIP)
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