The industrial adoption of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is hampered by two main factors. First, there is a lack of integration of WSNs with business process modeling languages and back-ends. Second, programming WSNs is still challenging as it is mainly performed at the operating system level. To this end, we provide makeSense: a unified programming framework and a compilation chain that, from high-level business process specifications, generates code ready for deployment on WSN nodes.

Towards business processes orchestrating the physical enterprise with wireless sensor networks

Casati, Fabio;Daniel, Florian;Mottola, Luca;Picco, Gian Pietro;Tranquillini, Stefano;
2012

Abstract

The industrial adoption of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is hampered by two main factors. First, there is a lack of integration of WSNs with business process modeling languages and back-ends. Second, programming WSNs is still challenging as it is mainly performed at the operating system level. To this end, we provide makeSense: a unified programming framework and a compilation chain that, from high-level business process specifications, generates code ready for deployment on WSN nodes.
Proceedings of 34th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2012)
AA. VV.
New York
IEEE Society
9781467310673
Casati, Fabio; Daniel, Florian; G., Dantchev; J., Eriksson; N., Finne; S., Karnouskos; P. M., Montera; Mottola, Luca; F. J., Oppermann; Picco, Gian Pietro; A., Quartulli; K., Römer; P., Spiess; Tranquillini, Stefano; T., Voigt
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