Salvador Santonja-Climent

Salvador Santonja-Climent
Instituto Tecnológico de Informática Valencia | ITI · I+D

Master of Technology

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Introduction
My areas of expertise are the communication technologies to bring up connectivity, mainly wireless technologies, as well as mesh networks, industrial communications, IoT architectures and digitalization processes. For the development of this activity I have participated in more than 20 R&D projects with public funding for different sectors as Industry 4.0, health, precission agriculture, smartcities and smartenergy.

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Publications (16)
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This paper presents the High-Level Architecture (HLA) of the European research project DEWI (Dependable Embedded Wireless Infrastructure). The objective of this HLA is to serve as a reference framework for the development of industrial Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks (WSANs) based on the concept of the DEWI Bubble. The DEWI Bubble constitutes...
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Wireless Sensor Networks have become a key enabler for Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) applications; however, to adapt to the derived robust communication requirements, deterministic and scheduled medium access should be used, along with other features, such as channel hopping and frequency diversity. Implementing these mechanisms requires a co...
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This paper introduces a novel quality estimator that uses different metrics to decide the best path towards the root in Wireless Sensor Networks. The different metrics are assessed at medium access control layer (MAC), under the IEEE 802.15.4 standard, and are used at network layer, enhancing the best path selection process done by the routing prot...
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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a disruptive paradigm which will bring new ways of monitoring, control and management for Industry 4.0 and Smart Cities. It relies on smart and connected sensors enabled by a new generation of communication technologies such as Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN). Although various solutions are becoming available,...
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Home energy management systems are widely promoted as essential components of future low carbon economies. It is argued in this paper that assumptions surrounding their deployment, and the methods used to design them, emerge from discredited models of people and energy. This offers an explanation for why their field trial performance is so inconsis...
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There is increasing penetration of renewable generation in buildings and districts. There are challenges in making the effective use of this generation. The objective of the ORIGIN project (Orchestration of Renewable Integrated Generation In Neighborhoods) is to shape loads so that the fraction of energy consumed that is from local renewable genera...
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Emerging Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) give support to a wide diversity of applications, but these networks are based on devices with limited resources, requiring communication protocols such as RPL (Routing Protocol for Low power lossy networks) which allow the routes to be fitted to certain requirements. In this paper, we design a custom energy...
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Water management in urban areas goes beyond the supply of drinking water or the collection and treatment of waste water. There is a growing interest in the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT), resulting in a large number of new applications that provide access to vast amounts of information generated by the diverse facilities, unthink...
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WSNs provide a new sensing tool which is basic in the development of improved ways for managing intelligent cities. However, the deployment phase is a complex and slow process that requires pre-planning tasks and qualified personnel. This discourages the use of WSNs, which once installed, could provide high versatility and range of applications at...
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This work describes the design and implementation of improvements to the monitoring system of an urban waste water network, resulting in more efficient management of the system. To achieve this objective, the latest communications technology has been incorporated into heterogeneous networks and sensor systems. This technology includes mobile system...
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Urban facility interconnection networks require a robustness and reliability usually found in public networks or private cable and radio networks in licensed bands. Both factors mean an increase in costs, which also increase as the size of the network increases. The recent rise in use of wireless technologies in open wavebands has attracted the int...
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This paper presents experiments on the performance and the viability of the AODV protocol (Ad hoc On-demand Distance Vector protocol) in multi-hop ad hoc networks, for use with multimedia traffic. This type of traffic presents some particular characteristics which make it difficult for AODV to serve fluently and reliably. After this experimental st...

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The ARTEMIS project DEWI (“Dependable Embedded Wireless Infrastructure”) focusses on the area of wireless sensor / actuator networks and wireless communication. With its four industrial domains (Aeronautics, Automotive, Rail, and Building) and 21 clearly industry-driven use cases / applications, DEWI will provide and demonstrate key solutions for wireless seamless connectivity and interoperability in smart cities and infrastructures, by considering everyday physical environments of citizens in buildings, cars, trains and airplanes. It will add clear cross-domain benefits in terms of re-usability of techno-logical building bricks and architecture, processes and methods. DEWI currently is one of the largest funded European R&D projects (from 2014 - 2017), comprising 58 renowned industrial and research partners from 11 European countries. (For further details see www.dewi-project.eu)