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Wireless mesh networks for grain quality laboratories

Wireless mesh networks for grain quality laboratories

This project evaluates the potential of using wireless mesh networks to improve the processes in agriculture science laboratories. A determination of the constraints in the data collection process is being made through the implementation of a collaborative project with the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia and the implementation of a prototype wireless mesh network. It is envisaged that this research will streamline information collection processes for other agricultural and plant laboratories.

This research project also provides a case study for applying eAgriculture techniques and tools through a wireless mesh network to improve the efficiency of data collection and processing in a grain laboratory. The project is supported by funding from Nortel.


Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Mr Dean Diepeveen
Dr Leisa Armstrong
Mr Aiden Sehovic

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