Survey on Data Delivery Schemes in Intermittently Connected Mobile Sensor Networks
Mobile sensor networks are the spatially connected wireless sensors which are mobile. This is used mainly for the health and environment monitoring in hospitals or houses for the elderly. The main issues in mobile sensor network are delay, energy efficiency and network lifetime. In this paper, the data delivery schemes can be compare on the basis of node mobility, fault tolerance and efficient flooding in intermittently connected mobile sensor networks are compared. And the data delivery schemes such as Zebranets, MobiRoute, CCBR, DFT-MSN, GRAB, MDC and ODML etc are comparing to find the best method to reduce the loss and increase the network life time of sensor nodes in mobile sensor networks.