2nd Greater Chicago Area System Research Workshop
The goal of the Loyola Weather Service (lws) project is to design and build a system of functioning environmental monitoring widgets that can intelligently and autonomously control the environment around them based on set thresholds and triggers. The widgets will also have the ability to aggregate their data and easily display this data in various ways: through a user interface in the room that the widget is placed, via a web application, and programmatically via a RESTful web service.
P. Stasiuk, K. Läufer, and G. K. Thiruvathukal. Network Technologies used to Aggregate Environmental Data: Research Poster. 2nd Greater Chicago Area System Research Workshop (GCASR), May 3, 2013, Evanston, IL, USA.
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