Hyperelliptic curve based authentication for the internet of drones

Aloy Anuja Mary Gnanaraj, Farithkhan Abbasali, Aanandha Saravanan Kumar, Sathyasri Bala Subramanian, Murugan Chinnathambi


Drones provide an alternative progression in protection submissions since they are capable of conducting autonomous seismic investigations. Recent advancement in unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) communication is an internet of a drone combined with 5G networks. Because of the quick utilization of rapidly progressed registering frameworks besides 5G officialdoms, the information from the user is consistently refreshed and pooled. Thus, safety or confidentiality is vital among clients, and a proficient substantiation methodology utilizing a vigorous sanctuary key. Conventional procedures ensure a few restrictions however taking care of the assault arrangements in information transmission over the internet of drones (IOD) environmental frameworks. A unique hyper elliptical curve (HEC) cryptographically based validation system is proposed to provide protected data facilities among drones. The proposed method has been compared with the existing methods in terms of packet loss rate, computational cost, and delay and thereby provides better insight into efficient and secure communication. Finally, the simulation results show that our strategy is efficient in both computation and communication.


Elliptic curve security; FANET; Hyperelliptic curve; Internet of drones; Unmanned aerial vehicles

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijres.v13.i1.pp133-142


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International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems (IJRES)
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