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This paper proposes a reliable wildfire monitoring system based on a wireless sensor network (WSN) sparsely deployed in adverse conditions. The physical environment under consideration is characterized by asymmetric, irregular, and unreliable wireless links, inadequate Fresnel zone clearance, and routing problems, to name a few. We use reliable(More)
— this paper proposes an effective technique to quickly detect and monitor peat forest based on wireless sensor network (WSN) and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with focusing on their implementation and deployment in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Problems found in monitoring fires in peat lands are that satellites will not detect weak or small fires(More)
This paper presents the optimization of router deployment for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN). The sensor nodes in the WSN are placed appropriately to measure environmental data. The sensed date are transfered from the sensor nodes to a base station via the routers, whose deployment has great effects on network connectivity and lifetime performance. In this(More)
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