Resilience and security of opportunistic communications for emergency evacuation

Abstract

We describe an autonomous emergency support system (ESS) based on opportunistic communications (oppcomms) to support navigation and evacuation of civilians in built environments. In our proposed system, civilians are equipped with low-cost human wearable devices that employ oppcomms to exchange packets at close range of a few meters with limited or no… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2387191.2387208

Topics

4 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Gorbil2012ResilienceAS, title={Resilience and security of opportunistic communications for emergency evacuation}, author={Gokce Gorbil and Erol Gelenbe}, booktitle={PM2HW2N '12}, year={2012} }