Remote Sensor Calibration Through MADAMS Services

TitleRemote Sensor Calibration Through MADAMS Services
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2005
AuthorsCicirelli, F, Furfaro, A, Grimaldi, D, Nigro, L
Conference NameIntelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications, 2005. IDAACS 2005. IEEE
Date PublishedSept
Keywordscalibration, Clamps, computerised instrumentation, Data acquisition, Distributed computing, distributed measurement systems, distributed sensors, dynamic measurement services, Instruments, Internet, Java, Java/Jini, MADAMS services, measurement systems, Remote sensing, remote sensor calibration, sensor calibration, Sensor phenomena and characterization, Sensor systems, services, software architecture, Software measurement, Web and internet services

The work described in this paper aims at supporting the development of distributed measurement systems using the service oriented computing paradigm. A general architecture -MADAMS- was designed and implemented which allows highly dynamic measurement services to be deployed, i.e. published, retrieved and exploited in a networked context. MADAMS depends on Java/Jini. As a significant application, the paper focus on controlling remote sensors abstracted as MADAMS services. In particular, a service catalogue is described which allows remote sensor calibration over the Internet.