WiSSeN

Wireless Sustainable Sensor Node

Monitoring and smart processing of plant’s vital signs information during their life cycle and their environmental conditions can be used to optimize our farming process. The partners are interested in remote sensing for different purposes. The common factor that they all share interest in:

  1. Wireless sensing node
  2. Low power node
  3. Self-sustained sensing node: use energy harvesting (solar, wind, etc)
  4. Resistance to aging (indoor and outdoor)
  5. More specialized sensor for their application area
Projectresults

• A proof of concept of an open platform for a wireless low power selfsustained sensing node. The RF module should be replaceable to make it reusable for indoors and outdoors environments
• Feasibility of non-destructive plant’s vital sign sensing.
• Study the power consumption of air quality sensors provided by Quantified Air under different execution profiles.
• Feasibility of non-destructive plant’s vital sign sensing.

Projectteam

Jeedella Jeedella (projectleader), Ralph Goes & Jan Jacobs.
Partners: Warner Venstra, Teus Hagen, Marc Kreuger & S. Janssen

Timeline

September 2019 until February 2020.

Onderzoekslijn Distributed Sensor Systems

Jeedella Jeedella

08850 78148
j.jeedella@fontys.nl

Projectleiding

Jeedella Jeedella

08850 78148
j.jeedella@fontys.nl

Partners

Seven steps to Heaven, Quantified Air, Behoud de Parel Association & Tree nursery Ebben