Ensuring Availability of Wireless Mesh Networks for Crisis Management
The paper is aimed at solving a problem of providing availability in wireless mesh networks for crisis management. It offers the concept of a system providing the availability by scanning the network and using drones to deliver emergency wireless communication modules to restore the network connectivity. The authors also offer a model of a crisis management network to assess availability of network nodes. A software prototype implementing a fragment of the crisis management network and a mechanism for ensuring its availability has been developed. The prototype is used to analyze security of the network and to perform experiments.
This work was partially supported by grants of RFBR (projects No. 16-29-09482, 18-07-01488), by the budget (the project No. AAAA-A16-116033110102-5), by Government of Russian Federation (Grant 08-08), and Grant of President of Russia No. MK-5848.2018.9.
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