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000130366 245__ $$aAd-Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks For Exploration Of Solar-System Bodies
000130366 269__ $$a2009
000130366 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2009
000130366 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000130366 520__ $$aIn this work, we evaluate the exploration of the Solar system by ad-hoc wireless sensor networks (WSN), i.e. networks where all nodes (either moving or stationary) can both provide and relay data. The two aspects of self-organization and localization are the major challenges to achieve a reliable network for a variety of missions. We point out the diversity of environmental and operational constrains that WSN used for space exploration would face. We evaluate two groups of scenarios consisting in static or moving sensing nodes that can be either located on the ground or in the atmosphere of a Solar system object. These scenarios enable collecting data simultaneously over a large surface or volume. We consider physical and chemical sensing of the atmosphere, surface and soil using such networks. Emerging technologies such as nodes localization techniques are reviewed. Finally, we compare the specific requirements of WSN for space exploration with those of WSN designed for terrestrial applications.
000130366 6531_ $$awireless sensor network
000130366 6531_ $$aWSN
000130366 6531_ $$alocalization
000130366 6531_ $$aspace
000130366 6531_ $$aSolar system exploration
000130366 700__ $$0240308$$aDubois, Philippe$$g168661
000130366 700__ $$0243672$$aBotteron, Cyril$$g190010
000130366 700__ $$aMitev, Valentin
000130366 700__ $$aMenon, Carlo
000130366 700__ $$0243688$$aFarine, Pierre-André$$g152066
000130366 700__ $$0240909$$aDainesi, Paolo$$g113052
000130366 700__ $$0241430$$aIonescu, Adrian$$g122431
000130366 700__ $$0240376$$aShea, Herbert$$g162368
000130366 773__ $$jVolume 64$$kIssues 5-6$$q470 – 478$$tActa Astronautica
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