Qualification: 
M.Tech, B-Tech
m_rajesh@blr.amrita.edu

Rajesh M. currently serves as Assistant Professor at department of Computer Science,Amrita School of Engineering.He is currently pursuing his Ph.D.

Publications

Publication Type: Journal Article

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2018

Journal Article

B. Sreevidya, Rajesh M, and Mamatha, T. M., “Design and development of an enhanced security scheme using RSA for preventing false data injection in wireless sensor networks”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol. 696, pp. 225-236, 2018.[Abstract]


Wireless sensor networks are largely used in mission-critical applications such as border surveillance, intrusion detection, remote patient monitoring. These applications demand the data to be secured while processing as well as communicating. Data security during the processing phase is a largely researched area, and there exists enough number of techniques to achieve it. On the other hand, techniques to achieve data security during communication phase even though exist in multiple numbers, most of the techniques demand high processing capacity. This requirement leads to high energy consumption which is a challenge in the context of wireless sensor networks. So a technique which will provide data security during communication phase in a wireless sensor network-based application with minimal energy consumption will be a very good solution. The proposed scheme is to prevent false data injection in which malicious or compromised nodes inject false data into the WSN which will influence the decision making of the system. The proposed system provides an enhanced security scheme for preventing false data injection attack in WSN with an efficient reactive routing method. The proposed system addresses two parameters: authenticity of the nodes and the integrity of the data. The proposed system is simulated using Network Simulator 2 (NS2), and the results indicate that the scheme performs better than the existing schemes which provide either integrity of data or authentication of the sender. © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2018.

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Publication Type: Conference Paper

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2017

Conference Paper

A. Vikram Reddy and Rajesh M, “Real Time Data Acquisition System in Automobile for Efficient Crash Rescue”, in International Conference On Energy, Communication, Data Analytics and Soft Computing (ICECDS), , SRK College of Engineering, Chennai , 2017.

2017

Conference Paper

H. Sharma and Rajesh M, “Design and Simulation of WSN for Zigbee based communication in Multi-Robot System”, in the International Conference On Energy, Communication, Data Analytics and Soft Computing (ICECDS), SRK College of Engineering, Chennai, 2017.

2017

Conference Paper

A. Nair, Rajkumar P. Sreedharan, and Rajesh M, “Intelligent Motion Control of Bots using Hill Hold Assistance Mechanism ”, in International Conference On Smart Technologies For Smart Nation (SmartTechCon2017), Reva University, Bengaluru , 2017.

2017

Conference Paper

A. S, Rajkumar P. Sreedharan, and Rajesh M, “A Mechanism for Localization and Environment Supervision using Wireless Networks”, in International Conference On Smart Technologies For Smart Nation (SmartTechCon2017), Reva University, Bengaluru , 2017.

2017

Conference Paper

B. T, Rajkumar P. Sreedharan, and Rajesh M, “Leader-follower co-ordination of multiple robots with obstacle avoidance ”, in International Conference On Smart Technologies For Smart Nation (SmartTechCon2017), Reva University, Bengaluru , 2017.

2017

Conference Paper

B. Sreevidya and Rajesh M, “Enhanced Energy Optimized Cluster Based On Demand Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks ”, in 6th International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications & Informatics (ICACCI’17), Manipal University, Karnataka , 2017.[Abstract]


Wireless sensor networks (WSN) are widely used various applications such as disaster management, search and rescue operation, wild life monitoring, remote patient monitoring, structural health monitoring etc. It provides bridge between the real physical and virtual worlds. In many scenarios, the coverage area of the WSN will be very large and a multi-hop adhoc network needs to be maintained for the connectivity and data transfer among the nodes. The major part of the energy consumption of each node is used for data transfer among nodes. This paper proposes a energy efficient routing scheme. The scenario which is considered is a wireless sensor network which is a collection of clusters and data transfer happens with the help of cluster head (CH) rather than the collective effort of every node in the network. In such a cluster based WSN, it is advantageous to have a routing protocol which uses the information about clusters to decide upon route formation. This paper proposes a novel Cluster Based Routing Protocol for a WSN which optimizes the energy consumption on data transfer and thus increasing the lifetime of the WSN network. To conclude the advantages of the proposed scheme, comparison is carried out between the performance of AODV and CBRP protocols.

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2014

Conference Paper

Rajesh M, Jose, G. R., and B., S. T. S., “Multi robot exploration and mapping using frontier cell concept”, in 2014 Annual IEEE India Conference (INDICON), Pune, India, 2014.[Abstract]


In this work, a new technique is developed for exploration and map building in multiple mobile robots. This proposed technique uses the concept of frontier cells. This system tries to extend the existing exploration and mapping techniques of single robot to multi-robot to increase the exploration efficiency (i.e. to reduce the environment exploration time required). The goal of the proposed mechanism is to design and develop an efficient multi-robot exploration scheme which will explore a given unknown area in the shortest time possible while coordinating their actions and sharing their local maps in certain time instances. In this technique, each robot tries to localize itself and identify the cell in which it is located. Based on a probabilistic model, it selects a frontier cell to be its next target cell, which is not already explored by other robots. Once the robot reaches the new target cell, it updates the status of the cell as explored and shares this information with all other robots.

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2014

Conference Paper

Rajesh M, Joseph, R., and Sudarshan, T. S. B., “Fully distributed and decentralized map building for multi-robot exploration”, in 2014 International Conference on Embedded Systems (ICES), Coimbatore, India, 2014.[Abstract]


In many applications, a single robot may not be having capabilities to completely sense the environment in total due to several constraints like time and space. In such scenarios, each individual robot can sense a part of the environment and by sharing the same with others; each robot can build the information about the entire environment. This work focus on the problem of map building among robots in a team that enables them to sense things that are beyond their individual sensor range. The maps are built by individual robots and these maps are fused to generate a global map. The generated global map is then filtered to remove the redundant data. The memory used for this redundant data is thus freed and can be used to store other values. This map can be used in path planning or similar activities.

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