Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network: RFID Dust in the Wind

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network: RFID Dust in the Wind

Kristofer Pister, professor of electrical engineering and computer science and director of the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center, discusses the next level of innovation with mesh networks, at his office on the University of California, Berkeley cam

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network:  RFID Dust in the Wind

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network: RFID Dust in the Wind - Historical Artifacts

From prototype to current model - Pisters Historical Artifacts box that amounts to 10 years of sensor work done at Berkeley.

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network:  RFID Dust in the Wind - Historical Artifacts

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network: RFID Dust in the Wind - Dust Networks\s mote

Dust Networkss mote in its current size.

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network:  RFID Dust in the Wind - Dust Networks\s mote

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network: RFID Dust in the Wind - Pister\s Smart Dust mote prototypes

Pisters Smart Dust mote prototypes revealed, with the first mote prototype.

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network:  RFID Dust in the Wind - Pister\s Smart Dust mote prototypes

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network: RFID Dust in the Wind - Early Smart Dust mote

An early Smart Dust mote, more than twice the size it is today.

Slide show: Berkeleys Mesh Network:  RFID Dust in the Wind - Early Smart Dust mote

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