Urban Infrastructure Deployment for Wireless On-Street Parking Sensor Networks

The deployment strategy of wireless applications in metropolitan areas is essential for their efficiency and functionality. In this paper, the authors introduce and study a deployment strategy for wireless on-street parking sensor networks. The authors define a multiple-objective problem in their analysis, and solve it with two real-world street parking maps. The authors present the results on the trade-off among minimum energy consumption, sensing information delay and the amount of deployed mesh routers and Internet gateways, i.e., the cost of city infrastructure. These results yield engineering insights for appraising and deploying city mesh infrastructure to provide smart parking services to urban users. The authors also analyze these trade-offs to see how different urban layouts affect the optimal solutions.

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  • Accession Number: 01609372
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 4 2016 8:42AM