kumoh national institute of technology
Networked Systems Lab.

Muhammad Taufiq Ramadhan, Muhammad Rusyadi Ramli, Jae-Min Lee, Dong-Seong Kim, "UAV-Assisted UnderWater Acoustic Wireless Sensor Networks for Tsunami Detection", 2019 KICS Winter Conference, January 23-25, 2019, Yongpyeong, Korea(A)(N4)(N8)
By : Muhammad Taufiq Rama
Date : 2019-01-02
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This paper proposed unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) as gateway to replace the failure of node system in the deep ocean surface buoy, which the part of underwater acoustic sensor network (UASN). The faulty surface buoy makes an impact on the inability to read seismic sea wave data which is a critical issue for early diagnosis and real-time monitoring of tsunami.The scenario consists of two procedures which conduct all of the UAV capabilities in surface buoy replacement scenarios. Finally, conclusion and future challenges in order to enhance performance tsunami detection also discussed.

Poster session (24/01/2019 17.00-18.20 P.M)


Q&A


Q : how about the communication from underwater to UAV?

A : i proposed TARF (Translational Air - RF Communication). This is a new technology invented by MIT student which is transferring data via acoustic signal in underwater then with ultra sensitive radar can pick up the signal until UAV.

Q : okay, so there is some result in your paper

A : i will make a performance analysis result in my future work


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