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Moreover, positions for each node must be carefully recorded using GPS, to facilitate later data analysis. In our case, installing each sensor node took nearly an hour (involving digging holes for the seismometer and antenna mast), not to mention the four-hour hike through the jungle just to reach the deployment site. Myth #2: Sensor nodes are cheap and tiny. The original vision of sensor networks drew upon the idea of “smart dust” that could be literally blown onto a surface. While such technology is still an active area of research, sensor networks have evolved around off-the-shelf “mote” platforms that are substantially larger, more power hungry, and expensive than their hypothetically aerosol counterparts (“smart rocks” is a more apt metaphor).
1 After providing some background about the survey, I will discuss some key findings about how software startup firms use and are affected by the patent system. While the three findings highlighted above might seem to support a software patent abolitionist position, it is significant that one-third of the software entrepreneur respondents reported having or seeking patents, and that they perceive patents to be important to persons or firms from whom they hope to obtain financing. Some Background on the Survey More than 1,300 high-technology entrepreneurs in the software, biotechnology, medical devices, and computer hardware fields completed the Berkeley Patent Survey.
Com/sol3/papers. abstract_id=1429049. edu) is the Richard M. Sherman Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California, Berkeley. Copyright held by author. 1839688 Joel F. Brenner Privacy and Security Why Isn’t Cyberspace More Secure? Evaluating governmental actions—and inactions—toward improving cyber security and addressing future challenges. ILLUSTRATION BY CELIA J OH NSON I n c y b e r spac e it ’ s easy to get away with criminal fraud, easy to steal corporate intellectual property, and easy to penetrate governmental networks.