CROW 2 : Internet of Humans-based Platform for Disaster Relief and Emergency Communication.

Abstract : During a disaster incident, existing network infrastructures might either be damaged or overloaded. However, disaster operations require real-time and low latency data communication , especially live video and audio streaming, as well as in integration with social networks. Thus, deployed tactical networks face several challenges to connect intervening teams. To date, there is still a lack of routing standards for such networks. Indeed, in such harsh environment, medical rescue teams, firefighters, military, police and even victims need to be steadily connected to a distant command center (CC) which conducts the rescue operations. In our recent works, a new routing protocol called ORACE-Net was proposed, evaluated and compared to the existing approaches. ORACE-Net aims to create a tactical Internet of Humans (IoH) emergency network. ORACE-Net is implemented on mobile devices and evaluated within realistic conditions. The complete proposed solution consists of the CROW 2 , an Internet of Humans-based platform for disaster relief and emergency communication. In this paper we describe the setup and the demonstration of the CROW 2 platform based on the our conducted experimentation.
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IEEE CCNC 2017 The 14th Annual IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference, Jan 2017, Las Vegas, United States
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Dhafer Ben Arbia, Muhammad Mahtab Alam, Rabah Attia, Elyes Ben Hamida, Abdullah Kadri. CROW 2 : Internet of Humans-based Platform for Disaster Relief and Emergency Communication.. IEEE CCNC 2017 The 14th Annual IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference, Jan 2017, Las Vegas, United States. 〈hal-01649935〉

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