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Healthcare - from pixels to picture | Leo Seļāvo | TEDxRiga

Published on Sep 19, 2014
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Leo Seļāvo, PhD, UVA CS… 17 more words

News

IIT-Kharagpur works on projects to improve rail safety

India Live Today | 27 September 2016 |  Avinash Nandakumar |

NewDelhi,September 27:The Railways has roped in Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur to develop technologies to ensure rail and passenger safety. 601 more words

India

A SURVEY OF ENERGY-EFFICIENT COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS IN WSN

Wireless sensor networks are harshly restricted by storage capacity, energy and computing power. Wireless Sensor Networks have acquired a lot of attention by research community, manufacturer as well as actual users for monitoring remote trades and how to gather data in different environment. 98 more words

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iotEasy: Home Monitoring Made Easy

iotEasy is an open-source, customizable home monitoring platform that enables users to monitor their home according to their specifications without having to worry about the nitty gritty details of wireless communication. 436 more words

Embedded Systems

RFID Based Vehicle Identification During Collisions

In recent years, with the number of vehicles on the roads increasing exponentially, vehicle safety has become of utmost importance. The demand for auto-safety features and crash rating systems has gone up and this has led to the development of sophisticated technologies. 370 more words

Embedded Systems

Smart Sensors Enabling Efficient IoT

Sensors. If you’ve been in the IoT industry for a while now, you know that this is where it all begins. Before we delve into smart sensors, why they’re crucial and how to use them, here’s a short sensor brief. 315 more words

Iot

Machine to Machine: The Wireless Sensor Tsunami

In 1949, George Orwell published the satirical novel “1984”. In it, he describes a totalitarian society where Big Brother and the Thought Police monitored everyone. Big Brother is now part of our vernacular and is synonymous with unwanted eavesdropping into our private affairs. 685 more words