Seminar Details

Seminar Title
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Development of Survivability Protocols in Wireless Personal Area Networks for IoT Applications.
Seminar Type
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Defence Seminar
Department
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Computer Science and Engineering
Speaker Type
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Student
Speaker Name
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Manu Elappila, (514CS1009)
Date  &  Time
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23 Sep 2020  16:00pm
Venue
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Dept. Convention Hall & Google MEET (Link:https://meet.google.com/wjq-wowj-zsp?authuser=0&hs=122
Contact
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Prof. Suchismita Chinara, suchismita@nitrkl.ac.in
Abstract
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Internet of Things (IoT) is a renascence of the Internet that gathers rapid momentum propelled by the evolutions in mobile and sensing devices, wireless communication and networking technologies, cloud computing, etc. The Proliferation of the IoT applications like healthcare monitoring services and others has accelerated the demand for wireless networks of tiny devices. Wireless sensor networks, enhanced communication protocols, distributed intelligence for smart objects, wireless radio frequency systems and several other WPAN technologies and communication solutions together enable the promising next generation Internet, IoT. Network survivability is an important attribute to be considered in IoT scenarios and has multiple stratifications; path, link, and node survivability. Protocols at various layers of protocol stack should operate jointly to prolong the network survivability. Through this research, protocols are developed at different stack layers mainly, routing layer, and MAC layer. Simulations are carried out for evaluating and analyzing the results of the proposals at different network topologies that pretends real IoT application scenarios. And a python based centralized topology evaluation module is developed to analyze the network survivability by using data collected from the deployed mesh network environment.