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    • An IoT-based infrastructure to enhance self-evacuations in natural hazardous events 

      Finochietto, José Mariano; Micheletto, Matías; Eggly, Gabriel M.; Pueyo Centelles, Roger; Santos, Rodrigo; Ochoa, Sergio F.; Meseguer Pallarès, Roc; Orozco, Javier (2021-02-05)
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      Regardless of the extensive research conducted on large-scale evacuations, the instrumentation of these processes still represents an open issue for first response organizations. Self-evacuation of civilians that follows ...
    • Flying real-time network to coordinate disaster relief activities in urban areas 

      Micheletto, Matías; Petrucci, Vinicius; Santos, Rodrigo; Orozco, Javier; Mossé, Daniel; Ochoa, Sergio; Meseguer Pallarès, Roc (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2018-05-22)
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      While there have been important advances within wireless communication technology, the provision of communication support during disaster relief activities remains an open issue. The literature in disaster research reports ...
    • Real-time communication support for underwater acoustic sensor networks 

      Santos, Rodrigo; Orozco, Javier; Micheletto, Matías; Ochoa, Sergio; Meseguer Pallarès, Roc; Millán, Pere; Molina Clemente, Carlos Maria (MDPI AG, 2017-07-14)
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      Underwater sensor networks represent an important and promising field of research due to the large diversity of underwater ubiquitous applications that can be supported by these networks, e.g., systems that deliver tsunami ...
    • Scheduling real-time traffic in underwater acoustic wireless sensor networks 

      Santos, Rodrigo; Orozco, Javier; Micheletto, Matías; Ochoa, Sergio; Meseguer Pallarès, Roc; Millán, Pere; Molina Clemente, Carlos Maria (2016)
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      Underwater sensor networks are an important field of research. Several applications require the use of this kind of networks like tsunami or oil spill alerts. The underwater medium is very harsh and only acoustic signals ...