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smart dust

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(Computer Science) computing slang same as sensor network
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This trend is enabled by the following technologies: 4D Printing, Connected Home, Edge AI, Self-Healing System Technology, Silicon Anode Batteries, Smart Dust, Smart Workspace and Volumetric Displays.
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Smart dust technology can be used for monitoring the different parameters of environment like temperature humidity and also insect and disease infestation in the fields.
While the United States has been showered in intrusive, surveillance technologies for decades with the introduction of wiretaps, night-vision goggles, thermal imaging, beepers, and biometrics, the wildly invasive "smart dust" puts these other technologies to shame as the "ultimate privacy invasion." Smart dust, miniature sensors proposed to be smaller than what the naked eye can see, has the potential to track individuals in the most detailed aspects possible as they go about their daily lives.
Smart Dust Programmers: In its simplest form, smart dust consists of a sensor combined with a wireless transmitter and some kind of power source.
"A smart dust system will complement a smart grid system," he added.
(2007, 2009) developed a "Smart Dust" wireless sensor network for monitoring pavement temperature and moisture presence to detect icy road condition.
The technologies on this year's Hype Cycle that represent these capabilities include bioacoustic sensing, smart dust, quantified self, brain computer interface, affective computing, biochips, 3D scanners, natural-language question and answering (NLQA), content analytics, mobile health monitoring, gesture control, activity streams, biometric authentication methods, location intelligence and speech recognition.
These researchers are developing a "smart dust" that changes color when exposed to precursor elements of biological weapons.
Engineers and computer scientists from North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East address quality of service routing in mobile networks, medium access control protocols, low power design for smart dust networks, security and reliability and positioning and location tracking in wireless sensor networks, power-aware video compression for mobile environments, and other technology.
A new version of the internet has the potential to revolutionise many different areas of life, from clothes shops that can recognise customers, identify clothes in their size and offer personalised discounts, to smart dust that can be sprinkled on ski resorts to sense the condition of snow.
Research in the field of smart dust was started as a research project in 1997 by University of California computer science professor Kris Pister.