Ubiquitous Sensing

The wide variety of omnipresent sensors and their ability to continuously collect data on their environment in real time.

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Ubiquitous sensors are part of a larger system and will consist of both basic and AI-enabled sensors. Because the sensors used in ubiquitous sensing are always on, powering each sensor node and its accompanying hardware is a major design challenge. This increases deployment costs and limits the widespread adoption of many solutions. However, as lower-power edge processing, energy harvesting ...

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