A wireless sensor network (WSN) is an emerging technology consisting of spatially distributed autonomous devices using sensors where the sensor data is communicated and shared between the sensor nodes to cooperatively monitor physical or environmental conditions. The wireless sensor network (WSN) is a combination of sensing, computation, and communication into a single tiny device, Sensor node. WSN is an exciting and powerful technology with great potential for improving applications ranging from Medicine, Environmental Monitoring to Military Surveillance.
With their recent engineering advances and countless applications of Wireless sensor networks, Journal of Electrical Engineering and Electronic Technology is introducing a Special Issue entitled- “Applications of Wireless Sensor Networks”, is intended to showcase the novel promising developments and applications of wireless sensor networks and their role in emergence of latest technology.
JEEET invites all the eminent scholars and experts in the field of Wireless Sensor Networks to share their thoughts through their research works in the form of Original Research Articles, Reviews, Commentaries, Case Reports, Short Notes, Rapid and/ or Short Communications etc.,
Topics for this issue include, but not limited to:
Narsingh Deo,University of Central Florida,USA
AliAlouani,Tennessee Technological University,USA
Zhili Sun,University of Surrey,UK
Oliver W W Yang,University of Ottawa,Canada