This paper describes an approach to the internetworking of mobile IP sensor nodes in a converged network environment. This preliminary investigation of sensory network models is driven by a joint applied research project between ITB and Teagasc (Grange) which seeks to establish the feasibility of the real-time remote monitoring of animal welfare while in transit between Ireland, Europe and the Middle East. The paper examines traditional system architectures, messaging paradigms and protocols with a view to establishing how the trend towards convergence in telecommunications and the emergence of new Internet Protocols could support the creation of new modes of operation for sensory networks.
Gildea, Conor and Barber, Declan
"Embedded Systems in a Mobile Distributed IP Network,"
The ITB Journal:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/itbj/vol4/iss2/8