Energy Efficient Data Distribution on Cloud with Optimal Routing Path Based Congestion Control in WSN Environment


Pampapathi B M, Research Scholar, Nageswara Guptha M, Professor
Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.
M S Hema, Associate Professor
Department of Information Technology, Anurag University, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.


Presently, Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is the extremely standard services utilized in commercial in addition to industrial applications, owing to its technical development in the embedded computing devices’ processor, communication, along with less-power usage. Moreover, in the WSN’s advantages, the sensor data’s energy-efficient distribution onto the cloud data centre is amid the core challenges caused by higher data loads and also congestion. Aimed at overcoming these problems, this work proffers an energy-efficient Data Packet (DP) distribution protocol comprising an optimal routing path centred congestion control technique in the WSN environment. This system not just ponders the energy-efficient DP distribution nevertheless increments the sensor’s lifetime by choosing the Cluster Head (CH) centred on the sensor’s residual energy, packet loss factor, data forwarding rate, and minimal distance. Next, the numerous routing paths prevalent in inter-cluster and intra-clusters are detected utilizing the QLA2ODV method; the congested nodes are detected as of these paths utilizing LM-NN classifier; if congestion happens, the QLA2ODV distributes the DP onto the Base Station (BS) via the optimum congestion-free routing path. The optimal routing paths were elected as of the congestion-free paths utilizing the WFCSO method. Past obtaining the sensor data, the BS transmits the DPs onto the Fog Nodes (FNs). At last, the sensor data are effectively distributed onto the cloud data centres grounded on the data’s features and cloud features utilizing the BD-SBO technique. The experiential outcomes determine the proposed system’s effectiveness.