Environmental Mesh

The Interactive, Renewable, Smart Power Grid

the electricity grid of the future, one that will look more like the Internet – distributed, interactive, open-source – than the dumb, one-way network of today

Environmental Sensor Networks

Call it the networked environment. Picture tiny – we’re talking small as a dime – wireless sensors lining lake beds and ocean floors, buried in the ground, and floating in the sky.

Endangered Species Tracker

Conservationists are looking to tag endangered animals with radio frequency ID tags and GPS sensors, and then use Web 2.0 mashup techniques to overlay their locations and map details of their habitats and habits with other landscape features to design better wildlife preserves.


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