We present a novel and innovative wireless tracking system for service vehicles in areas where the vehicles position could affect people security and operational functionalities; a communication system to acquire and transmit mobile agents GPS position data to an Area Control Station has been studied and implemented. As mobile agents (vehicles) are free to moveover the operational area, the target of the system is to provide a reliable tracking service employing a wireless backbone, comprised of fixed stations. The novel solution proposed here will manage the communication between mobile agents and the backbone network with a specific AODV routing protocol, and the static backbone network with a co-existent different customizedOLSR routing protocol.

W2TS: A novel IEEE 802.11 multi-hop mesh network for tracking systems / D., Dondi; F., Bonizzi; U., Manzoli; Pavan, Paolo. - STAMPA. - (2006), pp. 777-782. ((Intervento presentato al convegno MASS 2006 tenutosi a Vancouver, Canada nel October 9-12, 2006.

W2TS: A novel IEEE 802.11 multi-hop mesh network for tracking systems

PAVAN, Paolo
2006-01-01

Abstract

We present a novel and innovative wireless tracking system for service vehicles in areas where the vehicles position could affect people security and operational functionalities; a communication system to acquire and transmit mobile agents GPS position data to an Area Control Station has been studied and implemented. As mobile agents (vehicles) are free to moveover the operational area, the target of the system is to provide a reliable tracking service employing a wireless backbone, comprised of fixed stations. The novel solution proposed here will manage the communication between mobile agents and the backbone network with a specific AODV routing protocol, and the static backbone network with a co-existent different customizedOLSR routing protocol.
MASS 2006
Vancouver, Canada
October 9-12, 2006
777
782
D., Dondi; F., Bonizzi; U., Manzoli; Pavan, Paolo
W2TS: A novel IEEE 802.11 multi-hop mesh network for tracking systems / D., Dondi; F., Bonizzi; U., Manzoli; Pavan, Paolo. - STAMPA. - (2006), pp. 777-782. ((Intervento presentato al convegno MASS 2006 tenutosi a Vancouver, Canada nel October 9-12, 2006.
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