A software-defined networking framework for IoT based on 6LoWPAN

Abstract

The software defined networking framework facilitates flexible and reliable internet of things networks by moving the network intelligence to a centralized location while enabling low power wireless network in the edge. In this paper, we present SD-WSN6Lo, a novel software-defined wireless management solution for 6LoWPAN networks that aims to reduce the management complexity in WSN’s. As an example of the technique, a simulation of controlling the power consumption of sensor nodes is presented. The results demonstrate improved energy consumption of approximately 15% on average per node compared to the baseline condition.

Publication
In 2018 Wireless Telecommunications Symposium (WTS)

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F. Fernando Jurado-Lasso
F. Fernando Jurado-Lasso
Postdoctoral Researcher

My research interests iclude networked embedded systems, software-defined wireless sensor networks, machine learning, protocols and applications for the Internet of Things.

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