Waspmotes are a product developed by Libellium (hardware and API), with the software developed at UTS.
There are three types of Waspmotes distributed on ceilings throughout the building. Each waspmote has an array of sensors and takes readings intermittantly, sending that data wirelessly using Digimesh (a 802.11.15 protocol).
There are two Meshlium Gateway's per floor, providing the wireless bridge between the sensors and the EIF databases
NOTE: Floor plans (downloadable) show the locations for the Waspmotes. Those Waspmotes labelled “Meshlium powered” (two per floor) are powered by the mains supply and not subjected to battery power problems. The data from these sensors can be relied on as being current and reliable.
There are two software implementations of the waspmotes:
The data contained in the databases are raw readings, and most sensors data cannot be interpreted without comparing that data to the relevant datasheet and understanding their circuit implementation. The following pages provide a guide as to how to do this for each sensor.
Waspmote Names are in the following format e.g. ES.B10.230.44F8
Sensor names are represented by a shortened code - and are as follows:
|VOC||Volatile-Organic Compounds (Hydrocarbons)|
|LPG||Liquid Petroleum Gases|
|Sensor Location||Records this year (2019)|