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Tor Arne Reinen

Senior Research Scientist

Tor Arne Reinen

Senior Research Scientist

Tor Arne Reinen
Phone: 482 88 362
Mobile: 482 88 362
Department: Connectivity Technologies and Platforms
Office: Trondheim

publications and responsibilities

Publications

Publication

SensIs - Underwater acoustic network for ice-monitoring

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1458098

Routing for low latency underwater acoustic network-communication is investigated. The application is monitoring of ice-threats to offshore operations in the Arctic - to provide warnings that enable operators to react to such threats. The scenario produces relatively high traffic load, and the netwo...

Authors Reinen Tor Arne Lie Arne Knudsen Finn Tore
Year 2016
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
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On the use of Information-Carrying based Route Protocol in real UWSN deployments with high traffic load

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1336486

Underwater networks that are designed to carry high-priority data at a relatively high traffic load should employ network protocols that emphasize low delay and adequate reliability at the expense of energy. ICRP (Information-Carrying based Routing Protocol), originally proposed by Wei Liang et al. ...

Authors Lie Arne Reinen Tor Arne Trandem Odd Knudsen Finn Tore
Year 2015
Type Presentation
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SEATONOMY Design, development and validation of marine autonomous systems and operations

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1323685

The SEATONOMY methodology provides a structured approach for design, development and validation of mobile autonomous maritime operations and systems. The goal is to achieve this by providing system developers of autonomous systems with suitable guidelines, principles, best practices and tools. The m...

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Scalability Analysis of Underwater Sensor Networks

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1080382

While underwater acoustic sensor networks (UWSN) are still considered to be in their development phase, professional users are starting to understand their future potential. For example, large areas encircling offshore oil installations need to be environmentally supervised. UWSNs consisting of a la...

Year 2013
Type Presentation
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Connectivity prediction in underwater acoustic networks based on hydrodynamic modeling

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1112091

Prediction of acoustic connectivity is the key to successful deployment of underwater acoustic communication systems, and in particular to deployment of multi-node networks. The connectivity is given mainly by the local sound propagation characteristics, which in turn are given by the spatial and te...

Year 2013
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
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