The aim of this project is to define a networking solution for heterogeneous intermittent networks. The focus is on challenging environments such as the Arctic, addressing multi-disciplinary fields beyond surface communications, including space, airborne and underwater systems.
The project is now concluded but some of the conducted activities can still be found on the project’s blog.
Most relevant publications:
- Palma, David (2018) Enabling the Maritime Internet of Things: CoAP and 6LoWPAN performance over VHF links. in IEEE Internet of Things Journal.
- Palma, David; Birkeland, Roger (2018) Enabling the Internet of Arctic Things with Freely-Drifting Small-Satellite Swarms. IEEE Access.
- (2018) Survey on Communication and Networks for Autonomous Marine Systems. Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems.
- Birkeland, Roger; Palma, David. (2018) Freely-drifting Small-Satellite Swarms for Maritime Sensor Networks in the Arctic, in Proc. of Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing.
- (2017) Unmanned Aerial Vehicles as Data Mules: An Experimental Assessment. IEEE Access. vol. 5.
- (2017) Solar Energy Prediction for Constrained IoT Nodes based on Public Weather Forecasts. IoT 2017: the Seventh International Conference on the Internet of Things.
- Birkeland, Roger; Palma, David; Zolich, Artur Piotr. (2017) Integrated SmallSats and Unmanned Vehicles for Networking in Remote Locations. 68th International Astronautical Congress.
This project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No. 699924. The Individual Fellowship is hosted by NTNU, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, including a secondment at Maritime Robotics AS.