The “Internet of Things” vision introduces the capability of connecting smart sensor/actuators to locally available networks to allow the interaction with the real world. The two visions are, thus, perfectly integrated and ideally suited to perform the task of collecting simple information from the surrounding environment. Using smart distributed sensors and implementing data fusing and mining algorithms, the final user is enabled access to real-time data and, undertake appropriate actuation strategies, via Internet, anytime and everywhere worldwide. This chapter describes a successful application of the above concept in a challenging environmental monitoring context, concerning the remote management of a vineyard. The chapter reports a real case study concerning the deployment of four pilot sites in four different vineyards located in Italy, Chianti region, and in France. The deployed systems, in one case operating for more than 2 years, exhibit unprecedented stand-alone and undiscontinued operation capability, with millions collected data so far, thus representing the state of the art in the application of Wireless Sensor Network technology to wine production management.

A Real Implementation and Deployment for Wine Production Management Based on Wireless Sensor Network Technology / L.Bencini; G.Collodi; D.Di Palma; A.Manes; G.Manes. - STAMPA. - (2010), pp. 339-348. ((Intervento presentato al convegno TYRRHENIAN 2009 tenutosi a Pula - Sardinia - Italy nel 2-4 settembre 2009 [10.1007/978-1-4419-1674-7_33].

A Real Implementation and Deployment for Wine Production Management Based on Wireless Sensor Network Technology

BENCINI, LUCA;COLLODI, GIOVANNI;DI PALMA, DAVIDE;MANES, GIANFRANCO
2010

Abstract

The “Internet of Things” vision introduces the capability of connecting smart sensor/actuators to locally available networks to allow the interaction with the real world. The two visions are, thus, perfectly integrated and ideally suited to perform the task of collecting simple information from the surrounding environment. Using smart distributed sensors and implementing data fusing and mining algorithms, the final user is enabled access to real-time data and, undertake appropriate actuation strategies, via Internet, anytime and everywhere worldwide. This chapter describes a successful application of the above concept in a challenging environmental monitoring context, concerning the remote management of a vineyard. The chapter reports a real case study concerning the deployment of four pilot sites in four different vineyards located in Italy, Chianti region, and in France. The deployed systems, in one case operating for more than 2 years, exhibit unprecedented stand-alone and undiscontinued operation capability, with millions collected data so far, thus representing the state of the art in the application of Wireless Sensor Network technology to wine production management.
The Internet of Things
TYRRHENIAN 2009
Pula - Sardinia - Italy
2-4 settembre 2009
L.Bencini; G.Collodi; D.Di Palma; A.Manes; G.Manes
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