Advances in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

Wireless Sensor networks (WSNs) have become one of the most interesting areas of research in the past few years. A WSN is composed of a number of wireless sensor nodes which form a sensor field and a sink. These large numbers of nodes, having the abilities to sense their surroundings, perform limited computation and communicate wirelessly form the WSNs. Recent Advances in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks are Network and System Architecture, Resource Allocation and Management. Network Bandwidth Analysis, Multimedia in-network processing, Sensor Networks for the Smart Grid.

Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM), which is previously called as Wireless Multimedia Extensions which are extensively used in wireless sensor networks that enhances quality of service (QoS) on a network by prioritizing data packets according to four categories. Network administrators can change priority levels as they see fit.

  • Resource Allocation and Management
  • Network Bandwidth Analysis
  • Quality of Service (QoS) requirements
  • Multimedia in-network processing
  • Routing Algorithms, Localization Algorithms and Clustering Protocols
  • Cross layer and coupling
  • Reliability and Fault-tolerances
  • Security and Privacy
  • Wireless Surveillance and Sensor Networks for the Smart Grid
  • Video Streaming in WMSN

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