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NetEye consists of 130 TelosB motes (with IEEE 802.15.4 radios), 15 Dell Vostro laptops (with IEEE 802.11 b/g radios), and one compute server which are deployed in State Hall --- the Computer Science building at Wayne State University. In addition to providing a local facility for supporting research and educational activities, NetEye is being connected to Kansei as a part of the Kansei consortium; Kansei consortium is initiated to enable experimentation across shared, widely distributed sensornet testbeds at organizations such as Wayne State University, The Ohio State University, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and ETRI, Korea. NetEye and the Kansei consortium are designed and implemented to be interoperable with NSF GENI (i.e., Global Environment for Network Innovations), and, through funding from the NSF GENI program, are being incorporated into the national GENI facility. NetEye also provides live sensing data (e.g., environmental noise, temperature, and humidity) that can be used to drive experimentations and to provide useful information about occupational health in urban universities.