An effective gossip routing based wireless sensor network framework for forest fire detection

Manjunathan Alagarsamy, Sathya Selvaraj Sinnasamy, Indhumathi Gopal, Radhika Kuppusamy, Anwar Basha Haffishthullah, Kannadhasan Suriyan


This research looks about a counsel structure that uses degree-supervised snitch to consider allocated sensor networks. Level managed snitch is a proposed process that combines evening out and invading together. This strategy reduces the number of possible messages by delivering them via the base station mechanism, hence increasing the sensor neighborhood’s presence time. The sensor district, which contains numerous sensor centers, is dynamically assigned into phases of extended clear by the use of various energy ranges at the base station. The game design divides the entire sensor neighborhood into distinct concentric zones based on distance from the base station, with the group being routed from high-capacity center to center locations within the lower-capacity zone. The transmission of information proximity of the forest fire to the base station will increase the opportunity. The primary benefit of the display is that it sends a basic event with a higher probability while also conserving the presence time of the neighborhood destiny noticing.


Abnormal activity identification; Forest fire detection; Gossip based; Satellite based; Wireless sensor network

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International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems (IJRES)
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