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Real time acquisition of vehicle diagnostic data using wireless sensor network

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4 Author(s)
Anand Prakash Shukla ; Deptt of CSE Krishna Institute of Engg & Tech (KIET) Ghaziabad ; Hitendra Garg ; Gopalji Varshneya ; Ashish Kumar Srivastava

Every manufacturer wants to produce quality products for that they required to implement some analytical procedure on the products, Live Data brings the real facts for the manufacturer to optimize the product performance in real time. By getting live data manufacturer decreases the risk and improve the quality of the products. Launching of new models is the result of past products, feedback through on and off line market survey. The launch of new product undergo through simulation. If simulation works properly then company launches a model based on the simulation. These models are tested against different parameter on different conditions. On these bases modification are done accordingly. The New approaches are to get real feedback or real/live data of the vehicle from wireless sensor network. These live data can be collected by embedding the different microprocessors which communicate with each other and also with the outside world. The system consists of a large number of sensors communicating through a wireless network, thus it is capable of tolerating multiple sensor failures, provides good coverage and high accuracy. The OSGi gateway will work as middleware. Wireless sensor network that is intended to operate as a sensing and monitoring system. The detected events are collected and transmitted to an external monitoring entity by a PDA inside the monitored model. PDA will use mobile service provider's GPRS gateway for out side communication.

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Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks (WCSN), 2009 Fifth IEEE Conference on

Date of Conference:

15-19 Dec. 2009