This April 2018 video is about a tree frog waking up near the Loonse en Drunense Duinen nature reserve in North Brabant province in the Netherlands.
Toby Bissels made this video.
Researchers looked to nature for inspiration in designing more effective wireless sensor networks. First, they recorded the vocal interplay of neighboring tree frog calls, which they found allowed trade-off time for individual communication, though this is interspersed with more random collective silence and choruses. They mathematically modeled these patterns and effectively applied their model toward the control of a wireless sensor network: here.
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