IEEE 802.15.4 standard conform wireless sensor-actuator networks (WSANs) have an enormous economic potential. The network nodes are mostly mobile, having low power consumption and send the values from their sensors or actuators to a data sink. But this technology is still at the stage of research and development.
This Ph.D. project has the goal to create a novel network simulator, called ViWiAN-Propagation. Additional we verify the early results with real testbed and productive systems, in order to improve the simulation processes.
Due to the complexity of these networks and their need of maintenance, the simulation is necessary and the fastest way predicting the network behavior over the entire lifecycle. This new simulation-tool combines modern techniques of computer sciences like CUDA with the high-complex theme of wireless network simulations.
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