Monthly Archives: June 2013

Improved Data Visualiser

So I managed to find some time to make a few improvements to my data visualisation program. In no particular order they are: Threaded file loading, which stops everything from locking up while the data is loaded and processed. I didn’t expect it to take long to load the files but actually processing them into […]

Quick Data Visualiser

I have had a network of 5 nodes deployed for almost two weeks now and I thought it would be good to be able to visualise the data. Again it’s written in Java because I seem to be enjoying working with it at the moment! Needs a lot of work, but not bad for a […]

Simplifying Mesh Network Deployment

Simplifying Mesh Network Deployment – NetDeployer

Over the course of my PhD I have needed (and continue to need) to conduct experiments to test theories/ideas relating to Wireless Sensor Networks. I could have opted to do this in simulation, in fact that may have been the sensible choice. However, I’ve always enjoyed playing with bits of electronics and this seemed a […]

I should really have a blog…

I have often told myself that I should really have a blog and that I would actually be quite good at it. I don’t consider myself to be a particularly fascinating character, but I do frequently find myself thinking that something I just learnt may be useful to other people. However, when it comes to […]