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Global fresh food tracking service enabled by wide area wireless sensor network

Pang, Zhibo; Chen, Jun; Zhang, Zhi LU ; Chen, Qiang and Zheng, Li-Rong (2010) IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS) In [Host publication title missing] p.6-9
Abstract
A global fresh food tracking service is presented, in which a set of primary environmental conditions for transport of fresh fruits and vegetables, including global position, temperature, relative humidity, concentrations of CO2, O2 and ethylene gases and 3-axis acceleration, is collected through mobile and remotely controllable wireless sensor nodes. Real time monitoring, tracking, alarming, close-loop controlling and information sharing could therefore be provided as WEB services with service oriented architecture. Fully functioned hardware modules, protocols and system software have been developed. A 50-day field test has been successfully carried out, proving the system concept and the robustness of hardware and software designed. Due... (More)
A global fresh food tracking service is presented, in which a set of primary environmental conditions for transport of fresh fruits and vegetables, including global position, temperature, relative humidity, concentrations of CO2, O2 and ethylene gases and 3-axis acceleration, is collected through mobile and remotely controllable wireless sensor nodes. Real time monitoring, tracking, alarming, close-loop controlling and information sharing could therefore be provided as WEB services with service oriented architecture. Fully functioned hardware modules, protocols and system software have been developed. A 50-day field test has been successfully carried out, proving the system concept and the robustness of hardware and software designed. Due to its worldwide deploy-ability and added-values to fresh food supply chain, it is feasible to establish a practical fresh food tracking service business. (Less)
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IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)
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10.1109/SAS.2010.5439425
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  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {Global fresh food tracking service enabled by wide area wireless sensor network},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/SAS.2010.5439425},
  year         = {2010},
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