Distributed and Adaptive Edge-based AI Models for Sensor Networks (DAISeN)View Publication
This position paper describes the aims and preliminary results of the Distributed and Adaptive Edge-based AI Models for Sensor Networks (DAISeN) project. The project ambition is to address today’s edge AI challenges by developing advanced AI techniques that model knowledge from the sensor network and the environment to support the deployment of sustainable AI applications. We present one of the use cases being considered in DAISeN and review the state-of-the-art in three research domains related to the use case presented and directly falling into the project scope. We additionally outline the main challenges identified in each domain. The developed Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) activation model addressing the use case challenges is also briefly introduced. The future research studies planned for the remaining period of the project are finally outlined.
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