Optimization Scheme of Forming Linear WSN for Safety Monitoring in Railway Transportation
Keywords:Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), linear network, strategy of forming the network, energy balance algorithms
With the development of wireless sensing network, more and more applicationsÂ have been deployed in the safety monitoring and in natural disasters prevention.Â The safety and disaster prevention systems have usually been laid out in linearÂ network architecture, such as those of railway, motorway transportation and pipes.Â The background of the article is railway hazard goods transportation safety surveillance.Â The paper discusses about the network architecture of linear wireless sensorÂ networks with multiple sink nodes, and proposes the grouping method of sink nodesÂ and the formation scheme of networks. The scheme can re-establish a monitoringÂ network when the train on the way is disconnected and re-grouped. The switchingÂ algorithm of group head nodes is put forward, so that the energy consumption of eachÂ node in the group is even. The optimal switching parameters for group head nodesÂ are suggested by the simulation. Compared with the usual monitoring network, theÂ method proposed enables the system life expectancy to prolong more than five times,Â and meets the monitoring requirements simultaneously.
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