Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 2431: Disaster Management System Aided by Named Data Network of Things: Architecture, Design, and Analysis Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18082431 Authors: Abdul Hannan Sobia Arshad Muhammad Awais Azam Jonathan Loo Syed Hassan Ahmed Muhammad Faran Majeed Sayed Chhattan Shah Disasters are the uncertain calamities which within no time can change the situation quite drastically. They not only affect the system&rsquo;s infrastructure but can also put an adverse effect on human life. A large chunk of the IP-based Internet of Things (IoT) schemes tackle disasters such as fire, earthquake, and flood. Moreover, recently proposed Named Data Networking (NDN) architecture exhibited promising results for IoT as compare to IP-based approaches. Therefore to tackle disaster management system (DMS), it is needed to explore it through NDN architecture and this is the main motivation behind this work. In this research, a NDN based IoT-DMS (fire disaster) architecture is proposed, named as NDN-DISCA. In NDN-DISCA, NDN producer pushes emergency content towards nearby consumers. To provide push support, Beacon Alert Message (BAM) is created using fixed sequence number. NDN-DISCA is simulated in ndnSIM considering the disaster scenario of IoT-based smart campus (SC). From results, it is found that NDN-DISCA exhibits minimal delay and improved throughput when compared to the legacy NDN and existing PUSH schemes.
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