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Lifetime connectivity and low power consumption are two requirements for WSNs. Additionally, increasing WSN commercialization, application monitoring for higher QoS. Maintaining the improvement of the wireless sensor networks effectiveness requires the establishment of the energy-efficient and consistent connection. In order to increase the efficiency of routing algorithms in latest technology assisted WSNs, a novel method is developed. The gadgets with the lowest power consumption are carefully selected for the appropriate use and carefully managed. The goal of this research is to develop low-power routing algorithms for use in WSNs. Numerous sectors, including the military, the medical profession, surveillance of observing, public transportation sectors etc., can benefit from wireless sensor networks deployed with a large number of mobile nodes in a communications system. To examine data from nodes that are freely moving about the zone, we developed and simulated a wireless network system based on the Distributed Internet of Things. The proposed method of Intelligent Route Metric Analyzer (IRMA) improves upon the efficiency of the standard algorithm with regards to energy consumption. In addition, the ground wireless sensing design's ideal trajectory is identified using a realistic tempering approach. In the end, this concept is compared to similar ones like AODV and the findings reveal that it performs better with regard to of energy consumption, delay and other important metrics. According to the paper we analyzed, the primary objective was to devise a routing method that would sustain network operation for as long as feasible by decreasing the energy needed for different operations at each individual sensor node while keeping the total energy consumption of the nodes constant over their lifetimes. Finally, the study makes a contribution to the ongoing discussion of the difficulties in developing a routing protocol for WSN, taking into account the interdependency of different network factors. Median throughput, median network latency, and standardized route load are only few of the efficiency metrics addressed in this article.