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Olympic sensor systems

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Shifting emphasis from the sensor to the sensor system, just how do we see sensors influencing the world of tomorrow? This talk will use the SESAME project to illustrate some of the challenges facing researchers into the sensor networks of tomorrow. SESAME is an ambitious research project that seeks to develop a cutting edge sensing system to assist coaching in sport. It faces issues relating to data reliability, communication, interpretation, storage, and mining; aesthetics, durability and efficiency; and non-expert interaction and control. SESAME serves as a microcosm of the touted ubiquitous sensor networks of tomorrow – so just how far can we go with it today?

This talk is part of the Horizon: A Sensory World. Novel Sensor Technologies and Applications series.

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