Green Computing for Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks: Energy oriented Cross Layer Modelling

Mahendra Ram, Sushil Kumar, Arvind Kumar, Rupak Kharel

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Abstract

Background: Enabling industrial environment with automation is growing trend due to the recent developments as industry 4.0 centric production. The industrial wireless sensor network environments have a number of constraints, including densely deployed nodes, delay constraint for mechanical operation, and access constraints due to node position within instruments. The related literature have applied existing models of wireless sensor network in industrial environment without appropriate updating in the different layers of communication, which results in performance degradation in realistic industrial scenario. 

Method: This paper presents a framework for Energy Oriented Cross Layer Data Dissemination Path (E-CLD2P) towards enabling green computing in industrial wireless sensor network environments. It is a cross-layer design approach considering deployment of sensors at the physical layer up to data dissemination at the network layer and smart services at application layer. In particular, an energy centric virtual circular deployment visualization model is presented focusing on physical layer signal transmission characteristics in industrial WSNs scenario. A delay centric angular striping is designed for cluster based angular transmission to support deadline constrained industrial operation in the WSNs environments. Algorithms for energy centric delivery path formulation and node’s role transfer are developed to support green computing in restricted access industrial WSNs scenario. 

Results: The green computing framework is implemented to evaluate the performance in a realistic industrial WSNs environment. Conclusion: The performance evaluation attests the benefits in terms of number of metrics in realistic industrial constrained environments.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere170921196577
Number of pages13
JournalRecent Patents on Engineering
Volume16
Issue number3
Early online date17 Aug 2021
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2022
Externally publishedYes

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