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Sizing and Routing of Wireless Sensor Networks for Traffic Vehicular Monitoring

dc.creatorGodoy-Pérez, Karen Estefaníaspa
dc.creatorBenítez-Tupiza, Karen Vanessaspa
dc.creatorValle-Jaramillo, Jairo Stalinspa
dc.creatorInga-Ortega, Esteban Mauriciospa
dc.date2020-07-17spa
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.ustabuca.edu.co/index.php/ITECKNE/article/view/2425spa
dc.identifier10.15332/iteckne.v17i1.2425spa
dc.descriptionLa demanda en la población urbana tiene efecto en el aumento vehicular que causa el tráfico en las ciudades. La forma de gestionar este problema es a través de la implementación de un sistema de tráfico inteligente que permita una mejor interrelación con todos los elementos que lo componen. La comunicación con los elementos se da a través de las tecnologías de la información y comunicación (TIC), las cuales se requiere para el desarrollo de ciudades inteligentes. El implementar una red de sensores inalámbricos en una ciudad permite obtener información del estado en el que se encuentra en tiempo real, de manera que la ubicación de los sensores en semáforos y señales de tráfico permitirá la obtención de los datos necesarios para la toma de decisiones correctas basadas en la percepción local. Ciudades como Quito han tenido un aumento considerable en la población, por lo que, se puede observar que uno de los principales problemas es el tráfico que enfrenta la ciudad en las horas pico, de manera que el uso de sensores inalámbricos para monitorear el tráfico es de gran ayuda. Por todo lo detallado anteriormente, este documento mostrará el dimensionamiento y enrutamiento de una red de sensores inalámbricos que ofrezca un sistema más eficiente para controlar y administrar el flujo de tráfico vehicular.spa
dc.descriptionThe demand in the urban population affects the increase in vehicles caused by traffic in cities. The way to manage this problem is through the implementation of an intelligent traffic system that allows a better interrelation with all the elements that compose it. Communication with the elements occurs through information and communication technologies (ICT), which are required for the development of smart cities. Implementing a wireless sensor network in a city allows obtaining information on the state in which it is located in real-time so that the location of the sensors at traffic lights and traffic signals will allow obtaining the necessary data for decision-making correct based on local perception. Cities such as Quito have had a considerable increase in population, therefore, it can be seen that one of the main problems is the traffic that the city faces at peak hours, so the use of wireless sensors to monitor traffic is of great help. For everything detailed above, this document will show the dimensioning and routing of a wireless sensor network that offers a more efficient system to control and manage the flow of vehicular traffic.eng
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dc.publisherUniversidad Santo Tomás. Seccional Bucaramangaeng
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dc.sourceITECKNE; Vol 17, No 1 (2020); 7-18eng
dc.sourceITECKNE; Vol 17, No 1 (2020); 7-18spa
dc.source2339-3483spa
dc.source1692-1798spa
dc.titleDimensionamiento y enrutamiento de redes de sensores inalámbricos para monitoreo de tráfico vehicularspa
dc.titleSizing and Routing of Wireless Sensor Networks for Traffic Vehicular Monitoringeng
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dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersionspa
dc.subject.proposalCiudad inteligente; TIC; inalámbrico; sensor; tráfico; dimensionamiento; enrutamiento y Zigbeespa
dc.subject.proposalSmart cities; ICT; wireless, sensor; traffic sizing; routing and Zigbeeeng


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