Local area network reactivation in never die network for a large scale disaster

Noriki Uchida, Kazuo Takahata, Yoshitaka Shibata, Norio Shiratori

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    Abstract

    If a large scale disaster such as East Japan Great Earthquake is occurred, many resident areas would be isolated with others because of the disconnection of transportations, communications, and so on. In fact, in the earthquake, there were many areas in the coast side of northern Japan where is isolated because of the damages, blackouts, and congestions of network information systems. In case of such a large-scale disaster, it is considered that there are two important functions for Disaster Information Network System. One is to keep connectivity even if the network condition is bad. Thus, significant information such as rescue and evacuation could be transmitted between disaster areas and disaster headquarter. Another is to reactivate network connections quickly inside of a disaster area. Just after earthquake in a disaster area, local disaster information such as evacuation shelter, food supply, and local damage is tend be important. Therefore, in order to provide local disaster information, network connection within a resident area should be reactivated as fast as possible even if it is isolated from other areas. In this paper, Never Die Network consisted of cognitive wireless networks and satellite system that we have proposed is introduced, and the evaluations are held in assumptions of rural areas such as the coast cities of Iwate Prefecture where heavily disaster by East Japan Great Earthquake. The results shows that the proposed system is quickly recovered than other traditional network systems such as wired, wireless, and cognitive wireless network systems, and it is considered to be useful for the isolation by a ultra large scale disaster.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 2012 15th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, NBIS 2012
    Pages89-96
    Number of pages8
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2012
    Event2012 15th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, NBIS 2012 - Melbourne, VIC
    Duration: 2012 Sep 262012 Sep 28

    Other

    Other2012 15th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, NBIS 2012
    CityMelbourne, VIC
    Period12/9/2612/9/28

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    Local area networks
    Disasters
    Earthquakes
    Coastal zones
    Wireless networks
    Food supply
    Information systems
    Satellites
    Communication

    Keywords

    • Cognitive Wireless Network
    • Disaster Information Network
    • Never Die Network
    • QoS

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Computer Networks and Communications
    • Information Systems

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    Uchida, N., Takahata, K., Shibata, Y., & Shiratori, N. (2012). Local area network reactivation in never die network for a large scale disaster. In Proceedings of the 2012 15th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, NBIS 2012 (pp. 89-96). [6354812] https://doi.org/10.1109/NBiS.2012.138

    Local area network reactivation in never die network for a large scale disaster. / Uchida, Noriki; Takahata, Kazuo; Shibata, Yoshitaka; Shiratori, Norio.

    Proceedings of the 2012 15th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, NBIS 2012. 2012. p. 89-96 6354812.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Uchida, N, Takahata, K, Shibata, Y & Shiratori, N 2012, Local area network reactivation in never die network for a large scale disaster. in Proceedings of the 2012 15th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, NBIS 2012., 6354812, pp. 89-96, 2012 15th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, NBIS 2012, Melbourne, VIC, 12/9/26. https://doi.org/10.1109/NBiS.2012.138
    Uchida N, Takahata K, Shibata Y, Shiratori N. Local area network reactivation in never die network for a large scale disaster. In Proceedings of the 2012 15th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, NBIS 2012. 2012. p. 89-96. 6354812 https://doi.org/10.1109/NBiS.2012.138
    Uchida, Noriki ; Takahata, Kazuo ; Shibata, Yoshitaka ; Shiratori, Norio. / Local area network reactivation in never die network for a large scale disaster. Proceedings of the 2012 15th International Conference on Network-Based Information Systems, NBIS 2012. 2012. pp. 89-96
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