1st Review Presentation On

“SMART DUST”
Presented by: Registration no: Shaykkh Shahbaaz 123040013

Seminar Incharge :
Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Mrs. K.Anusudha
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Dept. Of Electronics Engg. Pondicherry University

Of Electronics Engg. 2013 Dept.Contents overview Definition History Basic idea target/goal architecture Components Technologies used Communicating with smart dust Applications advantages dark side Future scope Wednesday. Pondicherry University 2 . July 31.

Also called “Motes” These “motes” have memories. microprocessor. computing.definition  Tiny dust size device that combine sensing. 2013    Dept. July 31. wireless communication capabilities and autonomous power supply within volume of only few millimeters. Wednesday. radio receiver and transmitter So small and light in weight that they can remain suspended in the environment. Pondicherry University 3 . Of Electronics Engg.

Kristofer s. July 31. Pondicherry University Kris Pister 4 .History Conceived by Dr. Pister of UC Berkeley Funded by DARPA (Dept. 2013 Dept. Of Electronics Engg. of Defense) Wednesday.j.

but the basic idea is pretty simple: 1. vibration. 2013 Dept. light. Wednesday. 2. The core of a mote is a small. sound.Basic idea The “mote” concept creates a new way of thinking about computers. Pondicherry University 5 . The computer monitors one or more sensors . low-cost. July 31. position. including sensors for temperature. low-power computer. etc. acceleration. Of Electronics Engg.

Demonstrate useful/complex integration in 1 mm3 Autonomous sensor node (mote) in 1 mm3 MAV delivery Thousands of motes Wednesday. Pondicherry University 6 . Of Electronics Engg. 2.target/goal 1. July 31. 2013 Dept. 3. 4.

2013 Dept. Pondicherry University 7 . Of Electronics Engg. July 31.Prototype Wednesday.

Pondicherry University 8 . Of Electronics Engg. 2013 Dept. July 31.Components Wednesday.

Wednesday. Of Electronics Engg. 2013 Dept. July 31. 3.Technologies used Smart Dust combines the following three technologies: 1. Pondicherry University 9 . Digital Circuitry MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) RF (Radio Frequency) Wireless Communication Technology or FSOT 2.

Pondicherry University 10 . 4. Environmental monitoring: Monitor power consumption of household appliances: Measuring structural integrity of a building or any other structure: Military Application Habitat monitoring: Wednesday. 2013 Dept. Of Electronics Engg.Applications 1. 3. 5. July 31. 2.

Pondicherry University 11 . July 31. 2013 Dept.advantages     Physical attributes: • Small and lightweight • Low power consumption Ad-hoc networking capabilities: • Networking functions are seamless and automatic • Multiple networks can be in use simultaneously Data transmission capabilities: • On-board data acquisition supports many missions • Data can be carried through network to command centres Ubiquity and redundancy in use: • Multiple motes can be available on every device/person • Motes can be strewn in large numbers Wednesday. Of Electronics Engg.

July 31. not real-time audio  Power Source :   RF communications circuits drain a lot of power Need advancement in battery technology  Size : • Many components -> difficult to reduce size  Cost • Current motes cost between $5 .dark side  Low Throughput ( < 10 Kbps ) : • Suited for data monitoring. health and privacy related questions Wednesday.$10 each  Intrusive probes • A number of political. 2013 Dept. Of Electronics Engg. Pondicherry University 12 . environmental.

July 1997. 2. et al. University of California. Carruthers and J.M.pdf http://wwwbsac. Hollar..pdf. J. Kymissis. 5.berkeley.” Procceding of the Second IEEE International Conference on Wearable Computing (ISWC). Of Electronics Engg. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. July 31.eecs. Wednesday.eecs.berkeleyedu/~pister//SmartDust. “COTS Dust. Hill. Pister. J.Culler “Active Message Communication for Tiny Networked Sensors” http://tinyos. 3.bsac. Pondicherry University 13 . 4. Kahn. J.eecs.2000. submitted.berkeley. Inc.edu/papers/ammote. “Angle Diversity for Non directed Wireless Infrared Communication”. S. to IEEE Trans.” Masters Thesis. Buonadonna. K.” http://robotics.berkeley.edu/~shollar/shollar_thesis.edu/~shollar/sh P.B. “Sensor Networks in 2010.REFERENCES 1. on Commun.millennium. and D. 2013 Dept. Berkeley.“ParasiticPower Harvesting in Shoes. www..

Thank You Wednesday. Pondicherry University 14 . 2013 Dept. Of Electronics Engg. July 31.

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