Volume 15, Number 3

IoT-Based Mobile Adaptive Routing Algorithm in a Ubiquitous Network


Prasanna Kumar G and Shankaraiah N, Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, India


Nowadays, there is a rapid increase in the population throughout the globe and causing more urbanization in the landscape. Advanced medical monitoring and disaster relief require more reliable, long-range communication, feasible, and high connectivity with increased accuracy. The Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the way we interact with technology and has led to the emergence of a new class of interconnected devices. These devices rely on efficient and reliable networking to communicate with each other and with the outside world. The proposed work presents an IoT-based mobile adaptive routing algorithm (IOT-MARA) that is designed to work in a ubiquitous network, where a large number of devices are connected and can move around. The proposed algorithm is an adaptive algorithm that can adjust its routing decisions based on the current state of the network and the devices that are connected to it. The algorithm considers the mobility of devices and the dynamic nature of the network to select the most efficient path for data to travel. It also aims to minimize network congestion and improve overall network performance. Simulations are used to evaluate the IOT-MARA algorithm and the results show that it outperforms existing routing algorithms in terms of network throughput, delay, and energy consumption. The proposed algorithm is helpful in the field of ubiquitous networking because it addresses the challenges of mobility and dynamic network conditions during a fire mishap scenario. This research has implications for the design and deployment of Ubiquitous Networks for the development of future communication systems.


Wearable Wireless Sensor Secure System, Ubiquitous networks, IoT-based mobile adaptive routing algorithm, Emergency management unit.