Application-aware in-network service deployment for collaborative adaptive sensing of the atmosphere (CASA)
An Engineering Research Center for Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA) funded by the National Science Foundation, seeks to revolutionize the way we detect, monitor and predict atmospheric phenomena by creating a dense network of small, low-cost, low-power radars that could collaboratively and adaptively sense the lower atmosphere. Such a network is expected to provide more timely and accurate forecasts for tornadoes, flash floods, and other hazardous weathers. In addition, the networked radars can offer improved accuracies and more specific inferences that could not be achieved ...
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