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Users make a Beeline for ZigBee sensor technology

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As wireless-sensor technology improves, an increasing number of organizations are using it for a wide range of purposes. Users are working with the technology to monitor and automate home, building, industrial, and agricultural systems, including thermostats and security products. To achieve technological and marketplace success, the low-power, inexpensive sensor networks need an economical, low-latency, robust, energy-efficient, wireless connectivity infrastructure. With this in mind, users are increasingly working with ZigBee technology.

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Computer  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 12 )