Paper Title
Path Selection For Mobility Based Energy Efficient Data-Gathering In Wireless Sensor Networks

Abstract- In my research work the future ubiquitous home network, sensors will collect various home environment data in the home. Since the sensor nodes are equipped with small, often irreplaceable, batteries with limited power capacity, it is essential that the network be energy-efficient in order to maximize its lifetime a new data-gathering mechanism for large- scale wireless sensor networks by introducing mobility into the network. A mobile data collector, for convenience called an M-collector An M-collector starts the data-gathering tour periodically from the static data sink, polls each sensor while traversing its transmission range, then directly collects data from the sensor in single-hop communications, and finally transports the data to the static sink. Since data packets are directly gathered without relays and collisions, the lifetime of sensors is expected to be prolonged in order to maximize its lifetime divided into two classes: the primary class was to set a gateway-selection level and the secondary class was to propose an offer of a home automation using a routing technique centered on a sensor network to set a flooding level. a single M-collector is employed. For the applications with strict distance/time constraints, we consider utilizing multiple M-collectors and propose a data-gathering algorithm where multiple M-collectors traverse through several shorter subtours concurrently to satisfy the distance/time constraints.