Dimensionamiento y Enrutamiento óptimo de Puntos de Acceso en la Red de Estaciones del Metro de Quito como Avance a una Ciudad Inteligente
Palabras clave:communication, networks, optimization, routing, sizing, smart cities, transport
Smart cities today have become an example of advancing technological development, as these greatly improve the quality of life of its inhabitants through the use of intelligent systems and networks. The following document presents the generation, sizing and routing of intelligent communication networks along the stations of the future Quito metro, with the aim of demonstrating the advantage of owning intelligent stations that allow passengers to know exactly where they are Find the unit you want to address and the departure and arrival times of it.
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