Engineering a Search and Rescue Application with a Wireless Sensor Network-based Localization Mechanism
Ref: HURRAY-TR-070601 Publication Date: 18 to 21, Jun, 2007
Engineering a Search and Rescue Application with a Wireless Sensor Network-based Localization MechanismRef: HURRAY-TR-070601 Publication Date: 18 to 21, Jun, 2007
The advent of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) technologies is paving the way for a panoply of new ubiquitous computing applications, some of them with critical requirements. In the ART-WiSe framework, we are designing a two-tiered communication architecture for supporting real-time and reliable communications in WSNs. Within this context, we have been developing a test-bed application, for testing, validating and demonstrating our theoretical findings - a search&rescue/pursuit-evasion application. Basically, a WSN deployment is used to detect, localize and track a target robot and a station controls a rescuer/pursuer robot until it gets close enough to the target robot. This paper describes how this application was engineered, particularly focusing on the implementation of the localization mechanism.
Poster presented in 8th IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM´07), IEEE, pp 1-4.
WOS ID: 000254285700018.