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Mobile Laboratory Model for Next-Generation Heterogeneous Wireless Systems

Mobile Laboratory Model for Next-Generation Heterogeneous Wireless Systems
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Author(s): Ibrahima Ngom (École Supérieure Polytechnique/UCAD, Sénégal), Hamadou Saliah-Hassane (Télé-université/UQAM, Canada) and Claude Lishou (École Supérieure Polytechnique/UCAD, Sénégal)
Copyright: 2014
Pages: 18
Source title: Robotics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Information Resources Management Association (USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4607-0.ch080

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Abstract

Failure to integrate heterogeneous wireless systems generally makes it difficult, if not impossible, for the continuation of remote working or remote experiments when human operators and equipment coexist through networks in a collaborative environment. Mobile laboratories using ubiquitous mobile communication for next-generation heterogeneous wireless systems have prospects for increasing the operation of distributed communication and mobile ubiquitous systems. All “technology assessors” concur that tomorrow's society will have access to smart objects (mobile devices or apparatuses, mobile equipment, e.g. robots) that contain “programs” that will assist with communication in everyday life. However one of the tomorrow’s challenges will consist of programming those objects to cooperate with and control telecommunications technologies. For a Mobile Laboratory to ensure consistent mobility in an environment, it must combine various wireless networks as a single integrated system. In this chapter we propose a Mobile Laboratory Model with mobile devices that take advantage of multiple mobile gateways by using Internet Protocol (IP) as the interconnection protocol to achieve the objective stated above.

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