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UAV-GCS Centralized Data-Oriented Communication Architecture for Crowd Surveillance Applications

Abstract : In recent years, a large number of researchers investigate the conception of systems that use a unique Unmanned Ariel Vehicles (UAV) or multiple independent UAVs to conduct civil or military missions, with minimal human intervention. In this paper we focus on using multiple UAVs to cooperatively monitor a crowded area. Communication in such UAVs network is an ongoing project. Due to the lack of proper communication standards and rules, designing a reliable communication model is essential for: (i) multi-UAV coordination, (ii) efficient bandwidth sharing according to data priority and urgency and (iii) avoiding useless transmission of the same data by multiple UAVs. To address the above challenges, we propose a centralized data-oriented communication architecture for crowd surveillance allocations using an UAV fleet. The Ground Control Station (GCS) is used as a central coordinator to manage bandwidth usage for the UAV fleet in its coverage area. To allow UAVs to send priority messages urgently to the GCS, we define two classes of urgent messages: critical state and important result. The class of the data as well as other relevant information about the detected event will be used by the GCS to authorize or not UAV data transmission and hence to optimize the bandwidth usage efficiency.
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Amira Chriki, Haifa Touati, Hichem Snoussi, Farouk Kamoun. UAV-GCS Centralized Data-Oriented Communication Architecture for Crowd Surveillance Applications. 2019 15th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC), Jun 2019, Tangier, Morocco. pp.2064-2069, ⟨10.1109/IWCMC.2019.8766641⟩. ⟨hal-02365868⟩

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