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This report addresses technological, marketing and applications aspects of wireless smart sensors in the WSN environment. In particular, it stresses the importance of the design “green” WSNs with environmentally “smart” technologies.

Rapid development of large WSNs made necessary utilization of:

Low-power consumption radio technologies
Power harvesting technologies.
WSNs also are supporting the Smart Grid providing bidirectional connectivity between power providers and consumers to rationally manage power consumption. The industry is developing smart energy profiles for such radio technologies as ZigBee, Bluetooth and other.

The report concentrates on a complex of issues connected with the role of “green” WSNs in building environmentally-sensitive ICT. It also surveys the industry and vendors portfolios.

The report is written for a wide audience of technical and managerial staff working on the design and implementation of WSNs that support green initiatives.

Table Of Contents

WSN: Support of Green Environment-Technologies and Markets Developments
1.0. Introduction

1.1. Scope
1.2. Structure
1.3. Research Methodology
1.4. Target Audience
2.0. Wireless Smart Sensor

2.1. Wireless Smart Sensor Structure and Functionality
2.2. Classification
2.3. Details
2.3.1. WSN-SS
2.3.2. Requirements
2.4. Networking
2.4.1. Features of Mesh Structures
2.4.2. Benefits and Limitations
2.5. Parameters
2.6. Standardization
2.6.1. IEEE 1451: General
2.6.2. Family
2.6.3. Highlights
2.7. Applications: WSN-SS
2.7.1. General
2.8. Market Characteristics
2.8.1. General
2.8.2. Market Estimate
2.8.3. Trends
2.9. Vendors
BAE Systems
BBN (RAYTHEON-BBN)
Dust Networks (Linear Technology)
Elta (SS)
Exensor (SS)
Intel (Chipsets)
Freescale (sensors)
Harris (SS)
IWT (Mesh)
L3 (SS)
McQ (SS)
MeshDynamics (Mesh)
Memsic
Millennial Net (Mesh-SS)
NorthropGrumman (SS)
National Instruments
Qual-Tron (SS)
Rheinmetall (SS)
Selex Galileo (SS)
Spinwave (SS)
Strix (Mesh)
Telonics
TextRon (SS)
Thales (SS)
Trident (SS-UWB)
Zeltech
3.0. WSN: Power Harvesting

3.1. Green Technologies Requirements
3.2. Self-powered Nodes
3.3. Methods - Pollution Reduction
3.4. Batteries
3.5. Power Harvesting Technologies
3.6. WSN Nodes
3.7. Energy Sources - Harvesters
3.7.1. General
3.7.1.1. Solar Energy
3.7.1.2. Thermoelectric
3.7.1.3. Mechanical
3.7.1.4. RF Power
3.7.2. Summary
3.7.3. Industry
ABB
Advanced Cerametrics
AmbioSystems
Ambient Micro
Crownlite
Cymbet
EnOcean
The Company
EnOcean Alliance
Standard
Drivers
Details
Generations
Profiles
Benefits
Unions
Market Estimate
Industry
BSC Magnum
Beckhoff
Echoflex
Illumra
Leviton
Thermokon
Intel
GreenPeak
G24 Power
GreyStone
Jennic (NXP)
KCF
Linear Technology
Logimesh
Micropelt
Mide
MicroStrain
MicroGen
Nextreme (acquired by Laird in 2013)
Nokia
Perpetuum
Perpetua
Powercast
STmicroelectronics
SolarPrint
Silicon Labs
Texas MicroPower
TI
4.0. Energy Consumption “Smart” WSN

4.1. ZigBee
4.1.1. ZigBee Specifications
4.1.2. Smart Energy Profile (SEP1 and SEP2)
4.1.2.1. SEP1
4.1.2.1.1. Structure
4.1.2.1.2. Layers
4.1.2.1.3. Devices
4.1.2.1.4. Framework
4.1.2.2. SEP2
4.1.2.2.1. Goal
4.1.2.2.2. Implementation Specifics
4.1.2.2.3. Further Details
4.1.2.2.4. Response
4.1.3. Winning Position
4.1.3.1. Market Perspective
4.1.3.2. Manufacturers
4.1.4. “Green Power” ZigBee
4.1.4.1. Development
4.1.4.2. Further Details
4.1.4.3. First Product
4.1.4.4. Major Uses
4.2. Bluetooth
4.2.1. Bluetooth - Low Power Consumption
4.2.1.1. Status
4.2.1.2. Modes
4.2.1.3. Details
4.2.1.4. Mechanism
4.2.1.5. Stack
4.2.1.6. Industry
4.2.1.7. Market
4.2.1.8. Medical Profile
4.2.1.8.1. Project
4.2.1.8.2. Structure and Features
4.2.1.8.3. Directions
4.2.1.8.4. Advantages
4.2.1.8.5. IEEE 11073 and BT LE
4.3. IEEE 802.11
4.3.1. General
Atmel
Econais
GainSpan
Redpine Signals
ZeroG (Microchip)
5.0. Conclusions

List of Figures:

Figure 1: Two Groups
Figure 2: SS-Functions
Figure 3: SS Technologies
Figure 4: WSN-SS Node
Figure 5: Examples of WSN Applications
Figure 6: TAM: Commercial Segment WSN Equipment Sale ($B)
Figure 7: TAM: Commercial Segment WSS Equipment Sale (M Units)
Figure 8: SS Market Geographical Segmentation
Figure 9: SS Network Sizing
Figure 10: TAM: WSN Sector - Sales of Thermoelectric Energy Harvesters ($M)
Figure 11: Functionalities
Figure 12: Positioning
Figure 13: TAM: EnOcean Industry Equipment Sales ($M)
Figure 14: TAM: EnOcean Industry Equipment Sales (Mil. Units)
Figure 15: Illustration - ZigBee SEP
Figure 16: Illustration: ZigBee SEP (Stack)
Figure 17: Smart Energy Network Illustration
Figure 18: Global Revenue for Home Energy Management Equipment - ZigBee ($B)
Figure 19: BT LE Stack
Figure 20: BT LE-based Health and Fitness Devices Shipping (Mil. Units)

List of Tables:

Table 1: SS Node-Price Components
Table 2: Sources
Table 3: Data: Illustration
Table 4: Major Features
Table 5: Devices - Green Power
Table 6: Classic BT vs LE BT

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