Data Collection and Communication Patterns in Highly Mobile Urban Scenarios
The amount of data produced in urban areas is steadily increasing. This is due to the increasing capabilities of devices and the desire to provide citizen advanced services based on the analysis of such data. Data is transmitted from a producer or publisher to a gateway access node, where it is further processed by in-network processing topologies to extract information and act in a timely manner. Contrary to stationary sensors, today’s data producers are highly mobile – examples include mobile phones and cars. These two sources of data will be the primary focus of this thesis. With a variety of highly mobile data publishers and different kinds of data, the question arises which communication patterns should be used to transfer the data to gateway nodes. This becomes especially relevant when publishers do not have an a-priori knowledge of subscribers and messages have different priorities.
- Julien Gedeon (gedeon(a-t)tk.tu-darmstadt.de)
Forschungsgebiete: Telecooperation , – SUN – Smart Urban Networks