Abstract: Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) a heterogeneous network designed to withstand long delays with the capability of storing packets in intermediate nodes until an end to end route can are found. Delay Tolerant Sensor Networks (DTSNs) are a collection of sensor nodes and transceiver nodes without peer to peer points. DTSN is mainly used for traffic monitoring between nodes in the network for surveillance applications need to bother on energy efficiency in order to away from break of transaction. The traditional energy routing protocols existing are only based on fixed network in terms of nodes mobility resulting failure in data transmission. Especially in congestive environments, the packets are used to collide often owing to lack of energy in the unaware intermediate nodes during instant routing. Therefore, a protocol is needed based on the consistency energy monitoring of nodes in the network for identifying and forwarding the packets through the better nodes path to resume the transmission without fail. Earlier many routing protocols implemented and none of them bothered on energy based on Dynamic Cluster Method. In this study, researchers aim at proposing Energy Based Dynamic Routing Scheme (EBDRS) to reduce the energy consumption and thus maximize the network lifetime. The objective of this study is two folded with the formation of DTSN and EBDRS to provide reliable security among nodes in the network. Comparative analysis has also been done and the proposed routing procedure outperforms the earlier methods in terms of delivery ratio and throughput.
R. Kanthavel, R. Dhaya and Shirin Ayisha Maryam, 2013. Development of Energy Based Dynamic Routing Scheme (EBDRS) for Delay Tolerant Sensor Networks. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 12: 53-59.