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Adaptive wireless sensor networks for aircraft

Abstract : Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have been largely adopted in various application domains: environmental applications, reasonable use of fertilizers and pesticides in precision agriculture, fire detection, pollutant detection in industrial worksites, exploration of natural resources, to name a few. Are WSNs able to meet the requirements for Aircraft and Launchers? Generally speaking, the benefits of WSNs in Aircraft and Launchers would be a reduction of the complexity and mass of wiring, the facilitation of the addition or removal of sensors, the possibility of installing sensors in locations inaccessible due to wiring constraints and easier increases of the number of sensors. In this paper, we unify the requirements of non-critical and health monitoring applications in Aircraft and Launchers. We present different challenges faced by wireless sensor networks to meet these requirements. We also propose a solution that provides an adaptive multichannel collision-free protocol for data gathering.
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Pascale Minet, Gerard Chalhoub, Erwan Livolant, Michel Misson, Badr Rmili, et al.. Adaptive wireless sensor networks for aircraft. WISEE 2015, IEEE International Conference on Wireless for Space and Extreme Environments, IEEE, Dec 2015, Orlando, Florida, United States. ⟨10.1109/WiSEE.2015.7392986⟩. ⟨hal-01252255⟩



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