|International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications is one of the top journals on Ubiquitous computing. It publishes the original research and reviews on applied research and applications of sensor networks. A large number of important applications depend on sensor networks interfacing with the real world. These applications include medical, military, manufacturing, transportation, safety and environmental planning systems.
Ubiquitous computing is making many computers available throughout the physical environment,whilemaking them effectively invisible to the user. Ubiquitous computing is held by some to be the Third Wave ofcomputing. The First Wave was many people per computer, the Second Wave was one person percomputer. The Third Wave i.e., ubiquitous computing will be many computers per person. Three key technical issues are: powerconsumption, user interface, and wireless connectivity.The idea of ubiquitous computing as invisible computation was first articulated by Mark Weiser in 1988 at the Computer Science Lab at Xerox PARC.
OMICS International journals have over 15 million readers with strong editorial board which contains over 50,000+ editorial board members that ensure a rapid, quality and quick review process. International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications is one of the top journals of OMICS group which contributes emerging research in the area of Ubiquitous computing. As a scientific organization, the OMICS International carries the vision to present the authentic free-to-view scientific literature to the scientific community. Archived online transactions of OMICS Group provide the International scientific community with immediate and permanent access to individual papers.