Special Issue "Advances and Challenges in Underwater Sensor Networks"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 November 2017).
Interests: network protocols; network algorithms; wireless sensor networks; ad hoc networks; multimedia streaming
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Sensor technology is increasing by leaps and bounds. Today we can find smaller and more powerful sensor devices than few time ago. In some cases even cheaper. This fact allows the development of cheaper infrastructures for underwater monitoring, a wider range of underwater monitoring applications, the inclusion of more parameters for the observation of aquatic plants, fish or seafood, and the implementation of more complex data adquisition systems. Cheaper devices with better features facilitate the deployment of underwater sensor networks for coral reef conservation, aquaculture precision implementation and and sea pollution monitoring. More than 70% of the Earth is covered by water (about 97% of all the Earth's water is contained within the oceans as salt water), so there is a huge underwater environment to discover and research which needs new sensors and sensor networks. Moreover, there are multiple ways to communicate wired and wireless including acoustic, optical and Radio Frequency (RF) communications.
You are welcome to submit an original unpublished work related with underwater sensor nodes and underwater sensor networks.
Dr. Jaime Lloret
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- underwater sensors
- underwater sensor nodes
- underwater sensor networks
- underwater monitoring
- underwater surveillance