Mobile sensor networks are defined as sensor networks in which the sensor nodes are mobile. In Robolabo we are focused on the study of mobile sensor networks in which de reduction of consumption is pursued. Moreover, communication between the nodes in the networks is intended to be local, distributed and situated.
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