The paper presents mobility framework for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), which identifies mobility issues and requirements for mobility management within the Hybrid Hierarchical Architecture (HHA) proposed by CRUISE, and provides a methodology for evaluation of mobility-management solutions including mobility classifications, mobility models and performance metrics. The proposed mobility framework is a tool for evaluation of diverse set of scenarios and applications, in terms of mobility impact and mobility-enabled functionality. The paper briefly summarises the aspects of the mobility framework and provides examples of how the proposed methodology could be applied in a logistics scenario and a road-traffic scenario.
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
|MoE publication type||Not Eligible|
|Event||Wireless Sensor Networks: Blazing the road to the Internet of the future - Dublin, Ireland|
Duration: 25 Apr 2007 → 25 Apr 2007
|Workshop||Wireless Sensor Networks|
|Period||25/04/07 → 25/04/07|
|Other||Workshop organized by CRUISE NoE at IEEE 65th Vehicular Technology Conference VTC 2007-Spring|
- wireless sensor networks
- mobility framework
- mobility models
- performance metrics
- Hybrid Hierarchical Architecture
Mitseva, A., Suihko, T., Sokullu, R., Tomic, S., Marchitti, M., & Prasad, N. R. (2007). Mobility framework for wireless sensor networks: CRUISE approach. Paper presented at Wireless Sensor Networks, Dublin, Ireland.