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RPL Routing Protocol a case study: Precision agriculture


The routing protocol for low power and lossy network (RPL) was designed in the ROLL working group at IETF since the year of 2008. Until the latest version of draft 19 released, this protocol algorithms and its four application scenario, such as home automation, industrial control, urban environment and building automation, have been nearly grounded. However, it is still very difficult to find effective approaches to simulate and evaluate RPL's behavior and other extensions of its application. In this paper, first we provide a brief presentation of the RPL protocol including two case studies ContikiRPL and TinyRPL, and an initial simulation experiment results obtained from the RPL capable COOJA simulator and its developed module. Second we then focus on the utilization of this protocol in the precision agriculture area and propose our dedicated instances hybrid network architecture to meet the specific requirement of this application. As a conclusion, we summarized our ongoing work and future solutions of the current technology issues.
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hal-00681319 , version 1 (21-03-2012)



Y. Chen, Jean-Pierre Chanet, K.M. Hou. RPL Routing Protocol a case study: Precision agriculture. First China-France Workshop on Future Computing Technology (CF-WoFUCT 2012), Feb 2012, Harbin, China. 6 p. ⟨hal-00681319⟩
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