22, 2004 Boston, Massachusetts,
in Conjunction with Mobiquitous 2004
Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks (WSAN) are fast emerging as a new sensing paradigm based on the collaborative effort of large number of sensors deployed close to or inside the phenomenon to be observed, and have the potential of providing diverse services to numerous applications. The realization of WSNs require intensive technical research efforts especially in power aware scalable wireless ad hoc communications protocols due to their unusual application requirements and unique constraints. SANPA 2004 is intended to provide a forum for researchers to present their contributions as technical papers related to communication protocols for WSAN, data management, access, aggregation and fusion techniques, and sensor network applications.
The workshop will be held at Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston (Cambridge).