PhD students' day — CITI lab


Design and Evaluation of Information Gathering Systems for Dense Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks

by Matthieu Lauzier

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Details

Socrate team
3rd year

Keywords

Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks
Distributed Algorithms
Localisation

Advisors

Antoine Fraboulet
Jean-Marie Gorce
Tanguy Risset

Partners

Euromedia
HiKoB


In this project, we address the problem of designing wireless sensor networks for live monitoring data collected in sport events, with challenging constraints.

Focusing on the localization of individuals within a cycling race, the goal is to retrieve information from a high number of nodes, in highly mobile and dense environments, with a satisfactory latency.

To address this problem, we first developed self-organized distributed consensus algorithms that allow to gather the information of all the nodes located within the same group.

These algorithms were validated under real experimental conditions, and some locally stored data allowed us to extract some statistical knowledge on the network behavior.

Given this information, we will be able to build realistic models and mobility scenarios in order to improve the measurement accuracy.


Acknowledgements

CITI lab

INSA Lyon

Inria

HiKoB

INSA Valor

Rhône Alpes region