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Thèse : Internet of Highly Mobile Things

Le 29 septembre 2015
À 14h00
Illkirch - Pôle API - A207

Soutenance de thèse : Cosmin COBARZAN

Équipe : Réseaux

Titre : Internet of Highly Mobile Things

Résumé : Mobility is becoming an integrating part of todays Internet of Things, as many applications such as wildlife monitoring or target tracking in the battlefield cannot be done only with the help of static nodes. The goal of this thesis is to provide new communication architecture articulated around providing mobility support in Low Power and Lossy Networks (LLNs). First we analyzed from a theoretical point of view the IPv6 address auto-configuration with all optimizations made in Neighbor Discovery Optimization for IPv6 over 6LoWPAN. This step is of crucial importance for protocols that offer mobility support in IP networks, such as MIPv6. Our findings, increased message size that leads to fragmentation and high energy consumption for routers that are involved in Neighbor Discovery message exchange, have lead us to use the IPv6 Routing Protocol for Low Power and Lossy Networks (RPL) in order to provide mobility support. RPL is build from ground up with respect to LLN requirements. Our second contribution enhanced RPL operations to support mobility management. Finally, we proposed a cross-layer protocol – Mobility Triggered-RPL – that leverages actions from the X-Machiavel preamble sampling MAC protocol into RPL.

Cette thèse a été dirigée par Thomas Noël et co-encadrée par Julien Montavont (Université de Strasbourg).

La présentation aura lieu le mardi 29 septembre 2015 à 14h00 dans l'amphithéâtre A207 du pôle APi à Illkirch.

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