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Friday, April 22, 2011

The Ambient Networks Project

Ambient Networks is a large-scale collaborative project within the European Union's Sixth Framework Programme that investigates future communications systems beyond today's fixed and 3rd generation mobile networks. It is part of the Wireless World Initiative. The project works at a new concept called Ambient Networking, to provide suitable mobile networking technology for the future mobile and wireless communications environment. Ambient Networks aims to provide a unified networking concept that can adapt to the very heterogeneous environment of different radio technologies and service and network environments. Special focus is put on facilitating both competition and cooperation of various market players by defining interfaces, which allow the instant negotiation of agreements. This approach goes clearly beyond interworking of well-defined protocols and is expected to have a long-term effect on the business landscape in the Wireless World. Central to the project is the concept of composition of networks, which is an approach to address the dynamic nature of the target environment. The approach is based on an open framework for network control functionality, which can be extended with new capabilities as well as operating over existing connectivity infrastructure.
  • Phase 1 of the project (2004-2005) has laid the conceptual foundations. The Deliverable D1-5 "Ambient Networks Framework Architecture" summarizes the work from phase 1 and provides links to other relevant material.
  • Ambient Networks Phase 2 (2006-2007) focuses on validation aspects. One key result of phase 2 is an integrated prototype that will be used to study the feasibility of the Ambient Networks concept for a number of typical network scenarios. The ACS prototype will be used to iteratively test the components developed by the project in a real implementation. In parallel, the top-down work is being continued which will lead to a refined System Specification. This document, referred to as the System Description, is available on the Ambient Networks website. Furthermore, standardization of the composition concept is addressed in 3GPP.

Cisco Projects Enormous Mobile Network Growth (CSCO, VZ, T, S, CMCSA, LVLT, NFLX, GOOG, AAPL)

If mobile phones still did nothing but voice calls and text messaging, existing mobile networks would likely be sufficient for another 10 years or more. Smartphones that surf the web and allow users to watch videos have changed all that. Dramatically, according to Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) in the company’s latest report on networking, “Cisco Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2010-2015.
According to the report, average smartphone usage rose from 35 megabytes a month in 2009 to 79 megabytes a month in 2010, and will rise to 1.3 gigabytes a month in 2015. Two-thirds of 2015 mobile data traffic will come from video. The compound annual growth rate for mobile traffic from 2010 through 2015 is 116%. The obvious question is whether or not ISPs will be able to keep pace — and at what cost.
Mobile carriers Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ), AT&T (NYSE: T) Sprint Nextel Corp. (NYSE: S), and T-Mobile have been racing to get higher speed fourth generation (4G) networks deployed in an effort to maintain infrastructure development that keeps pace with user demand. Smartphone video over mobile networks is currently transported at about 1.1 megabits/second, and Cisco expects that to rise to 4.4 megabits/second by 2015.
Another interesting bit of the Cisco report is its analysis of tiered pricing, an issue sometimes referred to as net neutrality. A recent dispute involving Comcast Corp. (NASDAQ: CMCSA), Level 3 Communications Inc. (NASDAQ: LVLT), and Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) highlights the central issue: can broadband network providers charge more to customers that use more bandwidth?
Cisco found that tiered pricing has little immediate impact on traffic, which continues to grow. The tiered pricing study also revealed that smartphones using the Android operating system from Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) were closing the gap with the iPhone from Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL). At the beginning of the nine-month study, iPhone data usage was “at least 4 times higher” than any other platform. By the end of the study, iPhone usage was only 1.75 times higher than Android.
One sidebar to the explosive growth Cisco expects is that 40% of total mobile data usage reflects time spent using mobile internet services inside a home. A couple of ways to reduce the demand for mobile bandwidth is to offload this in-home mobile network usage from a fixed line using a device called a femtocell or for customers to purchase dual-mode mobile phones.
Cisco figures that either dual-mode phones or femtocells would offload a total of 39% of mobile data traffic in 2015, up from 31% today. That’s not much of a drop, but it does indicate at least one way to lower demand for mobile network bandwidth.
Whether Cisco’s estimates for growth are correct remains to be seen, of course, but last year’s edition of this report, Cisco underestimated the growth in 2010 global mobile data traffic. It’s not likely that they’re overstating their case just to sell more routers.

London Subway Mobile Phone Network Project Dropped, Times Says

Four companies have abandoned plans to build a mobile phone network for London’s subway system, the Tube, in time for the 2012 Olympics because of the complexity of the project and the shortage of time to complete it, the London- based Times reported.
Vodafone Group Plc (VOD), Telefonica SA (TEF)’s O2, Hutchison Whampoa Ltd. (13)’s 3 unit and Everything Everywhere, the merger of the U.K. mobile divisions of Deutsche Telekom AG (DTE) and France Telecom AG, have spent several million pounds on preliminary work, the newspaper said. The project, which included French engineering company Thales SA (HO), was canceled last night during contract negotiations with London authorities, the Times said.
A Vodafone spokesman confirmed the cancellation, according to the newspaper.

Project Sheet "Mobile Virtual Network Enabler"

Thomas Bez
Beratung in Informationstechnologie, Telekommunikation und Unternehmensorganisation


Traditional business models in the mobile network market are those of Mobile Network Operators and Service Providers. Under the emerging players with new business models are Branded Resellers, Mobile Virtual Network Operators and Mobile Virtual Network Enablers.
The Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) offers mobile services under its own brand, has full ownership of the customer, control of the services and tariff schemes, receives termination fees for incoming calls, but does not own a radio access network. Instead, the MVNO sources wholesale radio access network transmission capacity from a Mobile Network Operator (MNO). Mobile Virtual Network Enablers (MVNE) take an intermediary role and can provide a shared core network and application platforms, CRM and billing capabilities, logistics and other services as managed services to MVNOs.
In 2005, Siemens started to investigate into the opportunity to become an MVNE. I was hired to the programme in autumn 2005 as the project leader for operations.


In this project I was responsible for:
  • operations concept
  • integration of billing, CRM and logistics in the operations concept
  • carrier-grade business continuity and security planning
  • network sites selection
  • selection of partners for network operations
  • definition of Service Level Agreements (SLA) and their negotiation with service partners/subcontractors
  • specification, selection and rollout of Operations Support Systems (OSS)
  • negotiation of operations related SLA, processes and interfaces with pilot customers
  • planning of the investments in network operations and operations budget
  • headcount, skills profiles and organisation of own personnel
To ensure operability of the entire MVNE solution and to maintain the target operations cost level, I was involved essentially in a couple of other activities:
  • network solution design and engineering
  • network interconnection concept and negotiations with interconnection partners
  • negotiation of SLA not directly related to operations like network availability or interconnection services


The operations concept incorporates all design and implementation decisions regarding operations of the MVNE solution. It consists of a collection of documents describing
  • Roadmap
  • Sourcing
  • Setup of Service Centers
  • Facilities (Datacenter) Planning
  • Business Continuity und Disaster Recovery
  • Security
  • Workplace Planning
  • Interface and SLA/OLA Definition
  • Process Map
  • Organisation and Staffing
  • Management Systems, OSS and IT
  • Data Communications Network (DCN)
  • Test Plan
  • Business Support (Billing, CRM, Logistics)
  • Lawful Interception
  • Special Purpose Processes (e.g. MNP)
  • Service Level Management
  • Customer (MVNO) Integration Management
  • Interconnection Management
  • Capacity Management
  • Change Management
  • Reporting, Claim and Escalation Management


The MVNE programme was to a large extent in fact a service integration programme. While the MVNE core network was based on the Siemens Mobile Networks product line, many other components and services came from third-party suppliers. This was fixed in a series of make-or-buy decisions and product/partner selection procedures. This does also apply to the domain of network operations. The majority of components and services was sourced from external or already established Siemens-internal providers.
Business support (Billing and CRM) was based on partner solutions which were provided in a very innovative way as managed services, i.e. at usage-based cost.

Process Map

For the definition of the processes I used a combination of eTOM and ITIL methodologies which worked well and made the best from both worlds available to the project.
Nine major operations domains with a total of 53 processes have been identified for the MVNE project:
1. Core Network and Service Platform (9 processes)
2. Radio Network (4 processes)
3. Fulfillment and Billing (8 processes)
4. Interconnections (6 processes)
5. Data Communications Network (6 processes)
6. Security (5 processes)
7. Lawful Interception (5 processes)
8. Operations Support (3 processes)
9. Central and Cross Functions (7 processes)

Site Concept

The network site selection depends on a number of factors where the most important ones are:
  • floorspace availability with growth options
  • availability of uninterruptible power and climatisation
  • site cost
  • cost of power
  • data transmission cost
  • interconnection cost
  • risk mitigation
  • onsite service availability
In the business continuity plan I defined a phased rollout plan which took the risks, their business impact and the available cost budget into account. Risks which would have required a multiple site concept at considerably higher Capex and Opex where planned for a later phase in the rollout schedule.

Lawful Interception and Mobile Number Portability

It is no secret that Lawful Interception (LI) causes high efforts, does not contribute any value to the business but is indispensable due to legal obligations. It was a new lesson for me (and seems to be remarkable here) that Lawful Interception in an MVNO/MVNE setup may consume up a two-digit percentage of all operations costs and thus may be one of the major cost drivers.
The LI setup in an MVNO/MVNE model is tricky because the MVNO is (or should be) "owner" of the customer but only the MNO is in a position to provide intercepted traffic to the authorities and to administer interception measures.
Mobile Number Portability (MNP) is another indispensible process (at least porting out subscribers) causing unproportional efforts. LI and MNP together may cause 50% of the headaches of an operations manager.


Nokia Siemens Networks now successfully markets MVNO enabling with its product lines and as part of the Hosting service line in a slightly different business model.
In addition to the remarks above on processes, ITIL use, site selection and Lawful Interception, I want to stress following personal conclusions from my work in this project:
1. Each part of a complex service or solution is worth asking the question "make or buy", in particular when the own capabilities in a project are limited. In this case it is important to have the expertise and the manpower to manage the service integration.
2. There are immense possibilities of integrating managed services from external contractors, even in areas where this is not yet very common to the market. It is important to find partners who are open to think about alternative business models for their product or service offerings and who are able to take some risk when developing and marketing a new business model.
Enterprises with limited own delivery resources may benefit from the approaches described here.

Mobily taps Mobiserve for 4G network project

JEDDAH: Mobily selected Cairo-based company Mobiserve Holding to deploy the Kingdom’s first long-term evolution (LTE)-WiMAX mobile network project.
Once implemented, the fourth generation (4G) network will provide Etisalat subsidiary Mobily’s estimated 5 million customers with data speeds of about double that of current third generation (3G) networks – providing greater clarity and delivery of data rich broadband applications such as mobile TV, video-on-demand and mobile access to social media.
Via the Mobily 3lhawa portal, subscribers can already watch either video-on-demand or live mobile TV on 3G, from an array of channels including MBC, CNBC Arabiya, Al Arabiya, CNN, Melody Movies, Saudi TV, the Indian channel Zoom, and TFC from the Philippines.
Saudi Arabia was estimated by Research and Markets to have over 52 million mobile customers at the end of 2010, with a penetration rate of over 200 percent.
"Saudi Arabia is setting the benchmark for next generation connectivity with forward looking operators such as Mobily beginning to implement the highest speed networks beyond 3G," said Sameh Atalla, CEO of Mobiserve. "As a result, the country’s first LTE-WiMAX 4G network will certainly make a significant impact on Mobily users’ connectivity experience."
Mobiserve will provide survey, design hardware and radio frequency installation and commissioning services for Mobily’s 4G mobile network, in conjunction with vendors Samsung and Huawei.
Since its launch in 1999, Mobiserve has been involved in multiple network rollouts across the Middle East and Africa - including du in the UAE, Zain in Saudi Arabia, Mobinil, Etisalat and Vodafone in Egypt, Tunisiana and Orange-Tunisie in Tunisia, and Djezzy and Nedjma in Algeria.
– Saudi Gazette

Mobile Networking Architectures Final Year Project

Protocols for Adaptive Mobile and Wireless Networking

    The Monarch Project in the Department of Computer Science at Rice University addresses the area of networking support for wireless and mobile hosts. We are developing networking protocols and protocol interfaces to allow truly seamless wireless and mobile host networking. The scope of our research includes protocol design, implementation, performance evaluation, and usage-based validation, spanning areas ranging roughly from portions of the ISO Data Link layer (layer 2) through the Presentation layer (layer 6). The goal of this work is to enable mobile hosts to communicate with each other and with stationary or wired hosts, transparently and adaptively making the most efficient use of the best network connectivity available to the mobile host at any time.
    The name "Monarch" derives from the migratory behavior of the monarch butterfly. Each autumn, millions of monarch butterflies migrate from central and eastern United States and Canada to overwintering roosts in central Mexico; with the coming of spring, the monarch population again migrates northward. During migration, they may cover 80 miles or more per day. The name "Monarch" can also be considered as an acronym for "MObile Networking ARCHitectures".

Mobile Computing Projects

Unwired Enterprise Systems

The growth of mobile or unwired usage has increased globally for last few years and there is prediction of continuous grow in coming years. Globalization has made possible for the enterprise to capture different new markets and increase their revenues but this thing also increase competition among enterprises. So in a situation where enterprise could capture whole corporate market while operating at same place, and want to work twenty four hours a day and seven days a week in order to counter competition then the importance of mobile usage in enterprise systems would increase. This thesis is a step forwards to the growth of mobile usage among enterprise systems and main purpose is to answer, how the design of mobile aware software systems can improves…
2.1.1 What are mobile users?
2.1.2 Types of mobile devices
2.2.1 Framework for mobile ERP systems
2.2.2 Framework for mobile knowledge management
2.3.1 SAP
2.3.2 Oracle
2.3.3 SOA, a changing trend in mobile enterprise systems

Ambulance management system using GIS

For emergency service providers, giving their service in least time shows their best performance. Emergency hospitals will be at their best if the ambulance reaches the site in Golden hour where life of injured persons can be saved. Ambulance uses the road network to reach the accident site. Today there are many GIS based systems being developed for routing of ambulance using GPS and other real-time technologies. These systems are useful and play a major role in solving the routing problem. But now roads are so congested that it difficult for the Ambulance drivers to travel and reach the accident.In this thesis present study area is studied and problems faced by emergency service providers on road network are identified. In this thesis GIS/GPS/GSM based prototype system has been developed for routing of ambulance on road network of Hyderabad city (AMS)…
1.1 Motivation
1.2 Problem Statement
1. 3 Purpose/Goal
1.4 Limitations
1.5 Thesis Outline
Theoretical Frame
2.1 Study Area
2.1.1 Population
2.1.2 Cause for huge traffic flow
2.1.3 Historical fact
2.1.4 Increase in Vehicles
2.1.5 Number of accidents in Andhra pradesh
2.2 GIS
2.2.1 GIS role in Transport
2.2.2 Database role in GIS-T
2.2.3 GIS and transport related fields of applications (GIS-T)
2.3 ArcGIS
2.3.1 ArcMap
2.3.2 Network Analyst
2.4 Global Positioning System
2.4.1 Fleet management
2.4.2 Data collection and mapping
2.4.3 Incident management
2.4.4 Vehicle navigation
2.4.5 Transport of hazardous Materials
2.4.6 Limitations of GPS
2.5 Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM)
3.1 Ambulance Management System prototype using GIS/GPS/GSM
3.1.1 Data Collection
3.1.2 GIS database
3.1.3 Analysis (GIS/GPS/GSM)
3.1.4 AMS information for decision making
3.2 AMS User interface Development
3.2.1 Mechanism
3.2.3 Nearest closest facility
3.2.4 Rapid prototyping model for AMS
3.2.5 Software development for AMS of Hyderabad City
3.2.6 AMS user interface flow Chart
3.2.7 AMS Input Sources
3.2.8 Themes for Analysis
3.2.9 Designed Interface of AMS
3.2.10 Database Design of AMS user interface
Usability Test (Evaluation)
4.1 User Test
4.2 Followed Paradigm
4.2.1 Observations
5.2.2 Interviews
5.2.3 Questionnaires
6.1 Conclusion
6.2 Future Work

Wireless systems in a warehouse

Mobile computing and wireless systems are becoming more common as wireless technology evolves. Many authors argue that wireless systems can provide advantages and value to organisations, such as increased efficiency and effectiveness. Literature also shows that wireless systems especially suits companies within the logistics industry. However, some authors also highlight disadvantages regarding these solutions, for example insufficient security.The purpose of this thesis is to present advantages and disadvantages for organisations regarding usage of wireless systems in a warehouse setting, and the factors that have an influence over these advantages and disadvantages…
1 Introduction
1.1 Background
1.2 Problem
1.3 Purpose
1.4 Perspective
1.5 Interested parties
1.6 Delimitations
1.7 Definitions
2 Methodology
2.1 Choice of research method
2.2 Data collection and analysis
2.2.1 Qualitative methods for data collection
2.2.2 Interview guide construction
2.2.3 Observations
2.2.4 Qualitative analysis
2.2.5 Respondent selection
2.2.6 Company
2.3 Methodology discussion
2.3.1 Validity
2.3.2 Reliability
2.3.3 Limitations
3 Frame of reference
3.1 Consumer and business systems
3.1.1 Commercial and process facilitation
3.2 Mobile operation systems
3.3 Theory of Task/Technology fit
3.3.1 Theory of task/technology fit for mobile applications
3.4 Usage areas and main advantages
3.5 Drivers and benefits
3.6 Constraints
3.7 User acceptance
3.8 Wireless transmission techniques
3.9 Mobile devices
3.10 Security
4 Empirical findings
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Interviews
4.2.1 Interview 1
4.2.2 Interview 2
4.3 Written material
5 Analysis
5.1 Systems
5.2 Advantages
5.3 Problems / disadvantages
5.4 Security
5.5 Future
5.6 Summary
6 Conclusion
7 Final discussion
7.1 Reflections
7.2 Trustworthiness
7.3 Generalisability
7.4 Further research
7.5 Acknowledgements

Wireless Sensor Network Deployment in Mobile Phones Environment

Participatory sensing is a rising and promising field, which utilizes mobile phone users as mobile wireless sensors to gather data. However, because of the randomness of its participants, it is necessary to deploy wireless sensors in the sensing area at the same time, in order to gather enough quantity data with satisfactory quality. The deployment becomes a challenge because participatory sensing processes are dynamic and wireless sensor networks are relatively static.In this thesis, we propose a framework for the wireless sensors deployment in the participatory sensing campaigns. The aim is to minimize the number of sensors deployed, while providing enough satisfactory quality of data…
1 Introduction
1.1 Background
1.2 Motivation
2 Related Work
2.1 Participatory sensing as a dynamic process
2.2 Wireless sensor network as a static deployment
2.3 Necessity of combination
2.4 Researches on participatory sensing
2.5 Researches on deployment of wireless sensor networks
3 Problem Formulation
4 Deployment Algorithm
4.1 Model for sensors and terrain of sensing field
4.2 Evaluation of performance of participants
4.2.1 Beta distributio
4.2.2 Participants performance model by beta distribution
4.2.3 Aging factor
4.2.4 More general model
4.3 Predication of participants’ actions
4.3.1 Model for participants’ actions
4.3.2 Markov chains
4.3.3 Initialization of Markov transition matrix
4.3.4 Predication of participators’ actions
4.3.5 Update of Markov transition matrix
4.4 Determination of grid points which need extra wireless sensors
4.5 Deployment of wireless sensor network
4.5.1 Solve case 1 by constraint programming
4.5.2 Solve case 2 by greedy algorithm
5 Experimental results
5.1 Lower bound for performance
5.2 Experiment with motion patterns
6 Conclusion



DARPA Project Documentation

Secure Mobile Networking Project

Before our project very little work had been done to integrate security and network-layer mobility into real systems that tackle the issues of secure enclaves. The work that we have undertaken results in the development of a high performance Secure Mobile Network and insights into its use as part of the National Information Infrastructure. Our goals have included tight integration of Mobile-IP and IPSEC so that (almost ...) all packets originating from a Mobile-IP wireless node can be protected under an IPSEC umbrella, be the Mobile Node at home, or away. We have also investigated other security, redundancy and wireless network reliability issues, with the overall goal of developing a system with multiple security defense and redundancy mechanisms. This has included several generations of ad hoc routing protocols, redundant Home Agents, old Wavelan (non-IEEE) drivers, wireless signal strength caching in new Linux and BSD drivers and other ideas and technologies. See below for more information.
This project, originally funded by DARPA, has been underway since July 1995. At this point in time, work continues under the direction of Jim Binkley and Suresh Singh . Please see Suresh Singh's software download page for recent work from Suresh including ATCP, SACK, and FACK FreeBSD ports.
The PSU CS department has a new security effort with a group of cooperating faculty. Please see PSU Center for Information Assurance (PSUCIA) for the new page on our information assurance center.
Current Secure Mobile Network work includes: improving the adapatibility of our Mobile-IP implementation on ipaq/linux, and FreeBSD. and further investigation of how to integrate KAME BSD IPSEC and PSU Mobile-IP.

The Grid Ad Hoc Networking Project

Grid is a system for routing in wireless ad hoc mobile networks. Grid is developed by MIT LCS's Parallel and Distributed Operating Systems group. We've deployed Grid in two test-beds: a 29-node network in the LCS building, and a 50-node rooftop network with nodes in graduate students' apartments in Cambridge (shown at right). See the Roofnet homepage if you are interested in hosting a node for the outdoor network or want more information about that specific project. The Grid network software is publicly available as open source, see the software page.
The main focuses of our current work are:
  • Finding high-throughput routes despite lossy radio links.
  • Better MAC protocols for ad-hoc forwarding.
  • Understanding potential system capacity and efficient spectrum use.
We also work in the following areas:
  • Scalable ad-hoc routing protocols.
  • Battery-friendly communication protocols.
  • Geographic forwarding and distributed location databases.
  • Secure forwarding despite misbehaving nodes.

Networks and Mobile Systems Final Year Projects


The NMS group at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory conducts research in many areas of networking: wireless networks, Internet architecture and protocols, overlay and peer-to-peer networks, sensor networks, network security, and networked systems. The group was formed in 1998.

Current projects

  • CarTel: a mobile sensor network system developing vehicular network protocols, software, and services.
  • Wireless network coding: practical techniques using network coding to improve wireless network throughput.
  • Bit-switched wireless networks: using cross-layer confidence information (SoftPHY) from the physical layer to design better higher-layer wireless network protocols.
  • Combating wireless interference: new techniques to overcome wireless interference.
  • AIP (Accountable Internet Protocol): self-certifying Internet addresses + new protocols to provide accountability and improve Internet security.
  • WaveScope: a sensor computing system for high data-rate applications.
Unfortunately, the above list might be a bit out-of-date. The NMS papers page has a more current list of papers.

Some past projects

Internet architecture, overlay and P2P networks

P2P and overlay networks
  • Chord: a scalable and robust distributed hash table (DHT) enabling key-value lookups.
  • Project IRIS: A multi-institution NSF ITR collaboration that developed the network and system infrastructure for resilient Internet services using DHTs. Our work included:
    • Dynamic evolution of P2P systems: The amount of work required to maintain good connectivity depends on the "half-life" of a P2P system.
    • SFR (Semantic-Free Referencing), a reference (name) resolution service for linked systems.
    • DOA (Delegation-Oriented Architecture), an extension to the Internet architecture that accommodates "middleboxes" in an architecturally coherent way using a new delegation primitive.
    • DQE (Distributed Quota Enforcement), a spam control system.
    • Speak-up, a defense against application-level DDoS attacks.
  • RON (Resilient Overlay Networks): Improving availability and resilience of Internet paths using application-controlled overlay routing.
  • MONET: Multi-homed overlay network of web proxies to route around network failures for Web applications.
Congestion control, traffic engineering
  • XCP (eXplicit Congestion Control) and TeXCP: Congestion control for high bandwidth-delay product networks and responsive traffic engineering.
  • CM (Congestion Manager), an integrated end-to-end congestion management architecture and congestion control algorithms for the future Internet.
  • OxygenTV: rate adaptation and error control for MPEG-4 delivery.
Internet routing
  • rcc and correct Internet routing: tools to improve routing correctness and experimental studies of Internet routing and failures.
  • R-BGP: Improving Internet routing connectivity.
  • BGPSep: Constructing correct and scalable iBGP configurations.
Network measurement
  • DNS analysis: trace-based analysis of DNS performance and caching.
  • M&M tools: multiQ and mystery, passive measurement tools suitable for large scale studies of Internet path characteristics
  • Routing analysis: BGP measurements.

Wireless, mobile, and sensor networks

  • Cricket: An accurate indoor location system. (Now commercially available.)
  • SMART (Scalable Medical Alert and Response Technologies) and the Patient-Centric Network: networking and systems infrastructure for health-care facilities.
  • INS is an intentional naming system for scalable and dynamic resource discovery. Twine aims to make INS scalable to large networks using peer-to-peer lookups, built on top of Chord.
  • Migrate, an end-to-end architecture for Internet host mobility, support for suspend/resume operations for mobile network applications to handle disconnections, and server failover.
  • Harnessing multiple radios and access points
    • FatVAP: Aggregating AP backhaul bandwidth.
    • Horde: networking software that allows an application to stripe data from multiple streams across a set of dissimilar wireless network channels.
    • Divert: a multi-radio, fine-grained path selection system for improving throughput in wireless LANs.
    • APware: improving performance and robustness for multi-rate wireless LANs.
  • Fusion: Mitigating congestion in wireless sensor networks.
  • BSD (Bounded SlowDown), Span, LEACH and Spin: energy-efficient protocols for wireless and sensor networks
  • Spectrumware: new algorithms for radio and wireless physical layers for implementation on a flexible software platform. (Now commercially available.)
  • Blueware, protocols for internetworking with Bluetooth.

Network security

  • Kill-Bots: Surviving application-layer botnet attacks that mimic flash crowds.
  • Real-Time anomaly detection: Improving network security with real-time scanning and worm detection.
  • Speak-up, a defense against application-level DDoS attacks using bandwidth as a "currency".
  • DQE (Distributed Quota Enforcement), a spam control system.
  • Securing SSH from address harvesting attacks.
  • Infranet: circumventing Web censorship and surveillance.
  • RoboNorm: Efficient and robust TCP stream normalization.

Distributed data management, stream processing

  • Medusa: Distributed data stream processing.
  • HRDB: Database fault-tolerance with heterogeneous replication.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Final Year Project Ideas related to Communication Systems

I have got some

  1. The application of arm and ZIGBEE technology wireless networks in monitoring mine safety system (IEEE 2008)
  2. Secure remote access from Office to Home (IEEE 2001)
  3. Human root tracking system by using GPS
  4. On line vehicle tracking by using GPS and GPRS (IEEE 2004)
  5. A remotely controlled by the onboard measurement system for optimization of energy conception of electrical trains (IEEE 2008)
  6. An intelligent mobile robot navigation technique using RFID Technology (IEEE 2008)
  7. Design and implementation of a wireless remote data acquisition system for mobile applications (IEEE 2005)
  8. GSM based mobile Tele-monitoring and management system for inter-cities public transportation (IEEE 2004)
  9. Automatic taxi trip sensing and indication system through GSM
  10. Wireless communication based tire pressure monitoring system (IEEE 2007)
  11. Microcontroller based wireless energy meter
  12. Designing wireless interfaces for patient monitoring equipment (IEEE 2005)
  13. Web based home appliances controlling system
  14. A real time remote control architecture using mobile communication (IEEE 2005)
  15. GSM Based remote measurement of electricity and control system for home
  16. Microcontroller based Auto-Dialer Home Security System
  17. Microcontroller based wireless recorder for biomedical signals (IEEE 2005)
  18. Microcontroller Based Gas leakage detection and auto dialing
  19. GPS based bus or train collision avoiding system
  20. Wireless liquid level sensing for restaurant applications (IEEE 2002)

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BCA Projects

Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) is a graduation level course. It is best suited for those interested in working in the computer field. This course is available in many institutes across the country. The duration of this course is 3 year with a total of 6 semesters.
As part of the 3 year course it is a must that each and every student must do a project in the final semester. This is the main project. They will be graded in the same. This is also an important part of the final score. Along with this projects which are smaller in nature during the various semesters. Even these projects carry marks.
Course Details of BCA
This course is mainly about the software, languages and many other subjects that are related to the computer’s applications. During the period of three years the students gain knowledge in areas like growing technologies. Also they will learn about the various languages and many related topics about the modern computers.
BCA Project Details
This being an important part of the course it is important that the candidates fare well in the in the same. It will be good if they do a project in the area where they plan to make a career. Like if they plan to go in for the networking job then certainly they must do a project in that field. Some of the areas that they can do the project are listed below:
  • Application Software Development
  • Content Management
  • Data Warehousing and Mining
  • Content Mgt
  • Embedded Systems
  • Linux, Networking & Communication Based Projects
  • Mobile Computing
  • Networking & Communication Related
  • System Software Development
  • Web & Internet, Multimedia Technologies Related
The students will need to use various languages like C, C++, Java etc. Also they will be required to work on various technologies ASP, XML, SET, JAVASCRIPT etc. Those working in the networking areas will need to use SNMP, SMTP, IPX, XML etc. For the Mobile Computing area they will need to use Windows CE, Codewarrior, VoiceXML etc. Doing these projects will help the students in having a better application knowledge in that area.
Utility of BCA Project
Doing these projects will help the students in having a better application knowledge in that area. Doing these projects will help them especially when they enter the job industry. The various projects done will help them putting forth their level of knowledge.

Remote Data Capture, Acquisition and Sending SMS to Remote Mobile – 2008

  1. 322.      Voice Command Control for Mobile Robots – 2007
  2. 323.      An RFID based Pilgrim Identification System – 2007
  3. 324.      Adaptive Car Safety System – 2007
  4. 325.      Wearable Physiological Monitoring System using 2.4Ghz RF Transceiver – 2007
  5. 326.      An autonomous surveillance and security robot team – 2007
  6. 327.       An Infant Monitoring System Using CO / sub 2 / Sensors – 2007
  7. 328.    An Electronic Meter for Measuring the Saving in Electrical power – 2007
  8. 329.      A Sensor for urban Driving Assistance Systems based on Dense Stereovision – 2007
  9. 330.       
  10. 331.       Develop a Multiple Interface Based Fire Fighting Robot – 2007
  11. 332.      Development of Autonomous Robotic Wheelchair Controller Using Embedded – 2007
  12. 333.      Development of a Person Following Mobile Robot in Complicated Background by Using Distance and Color Information – 2007
  13. 334.      Extended Health Visibility in the Hospital Environment – 2007
  14. 335.      Face Detection using PCA and Skin-Tone Extraction for Drowsy Driver Application – 2007
  15. 336.      A Wireless Sensor Network Prototype for Environmental Monitoring in Greenhouses – 2007
  16. 337.       Processor Customization for Wearable Bio-Monitoring Platforms – 2007
  17. 338.      Parking Guidance System using RFID and Image Processing Techniques in WSN Environment – 2007
  18. 339.      Methods and Techniques for Intelligent Navigation and Manipulation for Bomb Disposal and Rescue Operations – 2007
  19. 340.      Using AC Motors in Robotics – 2007
  20. 341.       Solar Energy Conversion System using Power Electronics – 2007
  21. 342.      The design and implementation of an autonomous campus patrol robot – 2007
  22. 343.      The Design of Vehicle emergent calling system based on GPRS – 2007
  23. 344.      Shopping Path Analysis and Transaction mining based on RFID Technology – 2007
  24. 345.      Robust on-Vehicle Real-Time Visual Detection of American and European Speed Limit Signs, with a Modular Traffic Signs Recognition System  – 2007
  25. 346.      Custom wireless sensor network based on Zigbee – 2007
  26. 347.       Challenge: Peers on Wheels – A Road to New Traffic Information System – 2007
  27. 348.      Design of Air pollution monitoring system using Zigbee n/w for Ubiquitous-city – 2007
  28. 349.      Design and Implementation of Internet Based Healthcare Robot System – 2007
  29. 350.      Design and Implementation of ZigBee based URC Applicable to Legacy Home Appliances – 2007
  30. 351.       Design, Implementation and Real-Time Digital Control of a Cart-Mounted Inverted Pendulum using Atmel AVR Microcontroller – 2007
  31. 352.      Home based Healthcare Monitoring over Wireless Biomedical Sensor Network – 2007
  32. 353.      Remote-controlled Home Robot Server with Zigbee Sensor Network – 2007
  33. 354.      MeshEye: A Hybrid – Resolution Smart Camera Mote for Applications in Distributed Intelligent Surveillance – 2007
  34. 355.      Intelligent Fleet Management System with Concurrent GPS & GSM – 2007
  35. 356.      Intelligent Vehicular Transportation System (In Ve Tras) – 2007
  36. 357.       Localization in Zigbee based Sensor Networks – 2007
  37. 358.       
  38. 359.      Implementation of an Automatic Fingerprint Identification System – 2007
  39. 360.      Measurement of ECG, Respiratory Rate, Tilt and Temperature of a Patient and Wireless Zigbee Data Transmission – 2007
  40. 361.       Automatic Power Meter Reading system using GSM Network – 2007
  41. 362.      Transportation Quality Monitor Using Sensor Active RFID – 2007
  42. 363.      Using Fuzzy Logic in Automated Vehicle Control – 2007
  43. 364.      Ultra Low Power Wireless weather Station – 2007
  44. 365.      The Vitals Signs Data Monitoring via GPS Navigation System – 2007
  45. 366.      NCCU Security Warrior: An Intelligent Security Robot System – 2007
  46. 367.       Predicting Parking Lot Occupancy in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks – 2007
  47. 368.      Realization of Home remote control network based on Zigbee – 2007
  48. 369.      Wireless Network based Tracking and Monitoring on Project Sites of Construction Materials – 2007
  49. 370.       Wireless Stand-Alone Portable Patient Monitoring and Logging System – 2007
  50. 371.       Zigbee based wireless sensor network and its application in Industrial – 2007
  51. 372.       Wireless Access Monitoring and Control System based on Digital Door Lock – 2007
  52. 373.       Zigbee for Building Control Wireless Sensor Networks – 2007
  53. 374.       An Integrated Zigbee Automation System: An Energy Saving Solution – 2007
  54. 375.       Performance Evaluation of Bridgeless PFC Boost Rectifiers – 2007
  55. 376.       Network Characteristics of Urban environments for Wireless BAN – 2007
  56. 377.       Multibus Integration Design in Conveyor Control System – 2007
  57. 378.       Fuzzy Logic Control for a Speed Control of Induction Motor using Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation – 2007
  58. 379.       Fuzzy Controller Designed by GA for Two-Wheeled Mobile Robots – 2007
  59. 380.      Fuzzy Logic Control of Induction Motor with Input Output Feedback Linearization – 2007
  60. 381.       Improving the Power Density of the ZVS-SVM Controlled Three-Phase Boost PFC Converter – 2007
  61. 382.      Integrating Fingerprint with Cryptosystem for Internet based Live Pay-TV System – 2007
  62. 383.      Replacing Cryptography with Ultra Wideband (UWB) Modulation in Secure RFID – 2007
  63. 384.      A New Parameter for UWB Indoor Channel profile Identification – 2007
  64. 385.      A Novel Soft-Switching Single-Phase AC-DC-AC Converter using New ZVS-PWM Strategy – 2007
  65. 386.       
  66. 387.       A Practical Approach to Wireless GPRS On-Line Power Quality Monitoring System – 2007
  67. 388.      Fault Detection in Internal Combustion Engines using Fuzzy Logic – 2007
  68. 389.      A ZigBee-Based Power Monitoring System with Direct Load Control Capabilities – 2007
  69. 390.      Accuracy, Fast-Response, Cost-Efficient Solar Cell Regulator Suitable fro Low-Power Applications
  70. 391.       Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Controller of Switched Reluctance Motor – 2007
  71. 392.      Utilizing RFID Signaling Scheme for Localization of stationary Objects and Speed Estimation of Mobile Objects – 2007
  72. 393.      Vibration Suppression using Single Neuron based PI Fuzzy Controller and Fractional Order Disturbance Observer – 2007
  73. 394.      An Integrated Inverter for a Single-Phase Single-Stage Grid-Connected PV System based on Z-Source – 2007
  74. 395.      Biometric Mobile Template Protection: A Composite Feature based Fingerprint Fuzzy Vault – 2007
  75. 396.      Concurrent Relay-PID Control for Motor Position Servo Systems – 2007
  76. 397.       The WURDE Robotics Middleware and RIDE Multi-Robot Tele-Operation Interface – 2006
  77. 398.      A Framework for Patient Monitoring – 2006
  78. 399.      Modular Sensor Processing for Robotics based Security in Hazardous Environments – 2006
  79. 400.      Moth-Inspired Chemical Plume Tracing on an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle – 2006
  80. 401.       MERMAID – Multiple Robot Middleware for Intelligent Decision-Making – 2006
  81. 402.      Fuzzy Logic Controller for Two-Mode Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle – 2006
  82. 403.      Fingerprint Verification for Control of Electronic Blast Initiation – 2006
  83. 404.      Development of a Multimode Navigation System for an Assistive Robotics Project – 2006
  84. 405.      Design of an RFID / Zigbee Network for Blind Navigation – 2006
  85. 406.      Digital Radar for Collision Avoidance and Automatic Cruise Control in Transportation – 2006
  86. 407.       Development of Zigbee based Street Light Control System – 2006
  87. 408.      IntelliCarTS: Intelligent Cars Transportation System – 2006
  88. 409.      The Case for Multi-Tag RFID Systems – 2006
  89. 410.       Semi-Autonomous Teleoperation of Multiple Cooperative Robots for Human-Robot lunar Exploration – 2006
  90. 411.       System Architecture of a Wireless Body Area Sensor Network for Ubiquitous Health Monitoring – 2006
  91. 412.       Security Service Robot in ubiquitous Environment based on Cognitive Robotic Engine – 2006
  92. 413.       Remote Wireless Face Recognition Employing Zigbee – 2006
  93. 414.        
  94. 415.       RoboCupRescue – Robot league team IUB Rescue – 2006
  95. 416.       Remote Non-Intrusive Patient Monitoring – 2006
  96. 417.       The Dynamic Control of a Switched Reluctance Drive using Fuzzy Logic – 2006
  97. 418.       The Future of Robot-Assisted Learning in the Home – 2006
  98. 419.       A Review of Multilevel Power Converters – 2006
  99. 420.      BLDC Motor Controlled using Resonant Pole Inverter with Variable Pulse Width Method – 2006
  100. 421.       Applying Modified One-Comparator Counter based PWM Control Strategy to Flyback Converter – 2006
  101. 422.      An Ultra Wearable, Wireless, Low Power ECG Monitoring System – 2006
  102. 423.      Car-to-Car Communication – 2006
  103. 424.      Conveyor Visual Tracking using robot Vision – 2006
  104. 425.      Wireless Sensor Networks for Patient Monitoring – 2006
  105. 426.      Real Time Fleet Monitoring and Security System using GSM Network – 2006
  106. 427.       Novel Long-Term Implantable Blood Pressure Monitoring System with Reduced Baseline Drift – 2006
  107. 428.      Optimum Design Consideration and Implementation of a Novel Synchronous Rectified Soft-Switched Phase-Shift Full-
  108. 429.      Parking Management System using Zigbee – 2006
  109. 430.      Direct ZVS Start-Up of a Current-Fed Resonant Inverter – 2006
  110. 431.       High-Power-Factor Soft-Switched Boost Converter – 2006
  111. 432.      Induction Motor Speed Control using Fuzzy Logic Controller – 2006
  112. 433.      Power-Efficient Pulse Width Modulation DC/DC Converters with Zero Voltage Switching Control – 2006
  113. 434.      Quick Convergecast in Zigbee/IEEE 802.15.4 Tree based Wireless Sensor Networks – 2006
  114. 435.      Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): Applications and Indian Scenario – 2006
  115. 436.      A Humanoid Robot to Prevent Children Accidents – 2005
  116. 437.       A Voice Guiding System for Autonomous Robots- 2005
  117. 438.      An Alternative Configuration for Digitally Controlled Parallel Connected DC-DC Power Converters – 2005
  118. 439.      An RFID Application for the Disabled: Path Finder- 2005
  119. 440.      An Embedded Control System for Intelligent Wheelchair – 2005
  120. 441.       Application Fields of RFID in Health Safety and Environment management – 2005
  121. 442.      Application of Wireless Protocols Bluetooth and Zigbee in Telemetry System Development – 2005
  122. 443.      Applying Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technologies to Unmanned Surface Vehicles – 2005
  123. 444.      Speech Recognition Board and Microphone – 2005
  124. 445.      Vehicle Routing and Road Traffic Simulation: A Smart Navigation System – 2005
  125. 446.      Wireless Control of Vehicle Mirror System using Head Movement and PIC Microcontroller- 2005
  126. 447.       Wireless Sensor Network based Smart Community Security Service – 2005
  127. 448.      Wireless Sensor Networks for Monitoring of Large public Buildings – 2005
  128. 449.      Development of Autonomous Robotic Wheelchair System – 2005
  129. 450.      Fingerprinting Codes for Live Pay-Television Broadcast via Internet – 2005
  130. 451.       Fuel Cell and Supercapacitors for Automotive Hybrid Electrical System – 2005
  131. 452.      Fuzzy Fingerprints for Text based Information Retrieval – 2005
  132. 453.      Fuzzy Logic Control of Vehicle Suspensions with Dry Friction Nonlinearity – 2005
  133. 454.      Home Care and Health maintenance Systems – 2005
  134. 455.      Integrated Environment for Assisted Movement of Visually Impaired – 2005
  135. 456.      Integrated Motion Control of a Wheelchair in the Longitudinal, Lateral and Pitch Directions – 2005
  136. 457.       Looking-In and Looking-Out of a Vehicle: selected Investigations in Computer Vision based Enhanced Vehicle Safety – 2005
  137. 458.      Neuro Fuzzy Controllers and Application to Autonomous Robots – 2005
  138. 459.      Mobility and Power Budget for a Solar-Powered Polar Rover – 2005
  139. 460.       
  140. 461.       Performance Analysis of a Fuzzy Logic based Rotor Resistance Estimator of an Indirect Vector Controlled Induction Motor Drive – 2005
  141. 462.      Secure and Fast Fingerprint Authentication on Smart Card – 2005
  142. 463.      Remote Physical Device Fingerprinting – 2005
  143. 464.      Sensorless PM Motor with Mullti Degree of Freedom Fuzzy control – 2005
  144. 465.      The OmniTread Serpentine Robot for Industrial Inspection and surveillance – 2005
  145. 466.      Relational Interface for a Voice Controlled Wheelchair- 2005
  146. 467.       Using Fuzzy Controller in Induction Motor Speed Control with Constant Flux – 2005
  147. 468.      A Hybrid Controller Design and Implementation for Switched Reluctance Motor Drives – 2005
  148. 469.      A Fuzzy Sliding Mode Controller for a Field-Oriented Induction Motor Drive – 2005
  149. 470.       A Novel Dc-DC Full-Bridge Converter using Energy-Recovery Circuit with Regenerative Transformer – 2005
  150. 471.        
  151. 472.       A Smarter Computer Controlled Model Car
  152. 473.       A Solar-Powered Wireless Data Acquisition Network
  153. 474.       A Tele-Operated Humanoid Robot Drives a Lift Truck
  154. 475.       A TestBed for Voice based Robot Control
  155. 476.       A Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication Protocol for Cooperative Collision Warning
  156. 477.       A Vision based Vehicle Behavior Monitoring and Warning System
  157. 478.       A Wireless based Sensor for Patient Monitoring System with Remote Diagnostic
  158. 479.       Alternative Energy storage system for Hybrid Electric Vehicles
  159. 480.      AMON: A Wearable Multiparameter Medical Monitoring and Alert System
  160. 481.       An Adaptive Fuzzy Control System for Common Rail Direct Injection
  161. 482.      An Automated Test Equipment for calibration of Energy Meters
  162. 483.      An Autonomous Assistant Robot for Book manipulation in a Library
  163. 484.      An Exoskeletal Robot Manipulator for Lower Limbs Rehabilation
  164. 485.      An Intelligent Decision Support System for Wastewater Treatment Plant Management
  165. 486.      An Interface Converter with Reduced VA Ratings for Battery-Supercapacitor Mixed Systems
  166. 487.       An In-Vehicle Vision System for Dangerous Situation Detection
  167. 488.      ANN – Control System DC Motor
  168. 489.      Automated Vehicle Control System
  169. 490.      Autonomous Localization and Extraction of Books in a Library
  170. 491.       BlueBot: Asset tracking via Robotic location Crawling
  171. 492.      Vision based Human Tracking and Activity Recognition
  172. 493.      Vision based Navigation for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
  173. 494.      Vision Control of a Robotic Hand
  174. 495.      Using Personal electronic Device for Authentication based Service Access
  175. 496.      Two Dimensional Magnetic and Thermal Analysis of High Speed Switched Reluctance Motor Using Soft Magnetic Composite Material – IEEE
  176. 497.       Ubiquitous Mobile Access to Real-Time Patient Monitoring Data
  177. 498.      Ubiquitous systems for Physical Movement Monitoring: Towards Understanding Collaborative Signal Processing
  178. 499.      Utilizing RFID signaling scheme for localization of stationary objects and speed estimation of Mobile objects
  179. 500.      Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks toward Intelligent Transport Systems – IEEE
  180. 501.       Wireless Sensor Networks and applications: A Survey
  181. 502.      Wireless Ad Hoc Discovery of Parking Meters
  182. 503.      Wireless Home Security and Automation System Utilizing Zigbee based Multi-Hop Communication
  183. 504.      Deriving and Matching Image Fingerprint Sequences fro Mobile Robot Localization
  184. 505.      Design and Implementation of a Digital Controller for DC-to-DC Power Converters
  185. 506.      Design and Implementation of a Teleautonomous Hummer
  186. 507.       Design and Implementation of an Open Autonomous Mobile Robot System
  187. 508.       
  188. 509.      Design and Implementation of a Sensor Network System for Vehicle Tracking and Autonomous Interception – 2005
  189. 510.       Development of Fuzzy Sliding Mode Controller for Decoupled Induction Motor Drive
  190. 511.       Digital PWM Controller and Current estimator for a Low-Power Switching Converter
  191. 512.       Design and initial In-Water Testing of Advanced Non-Linear Control Algorithms onto an Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV)
  192. 513.       Designing a Secure and Robust Mobile Interacting Robot for the Long Term
  193. 514.       Detection of Abnormal Movement of Industrial Robots using Image Sequence
  194. 515.       Developing Vehicles for Future Transportation Systems: Challenges & Research Directions
  195. 516.       Development of a Novel Instantaneous Speed Observer and its Application to the Power-Assisted Wheelchair Control
  196. 517.       Development of a Zigbee based Wireless Sensor Network Node for Automatic Data Acquisition and Transfer
  197. 518.       Distributed Control Applications within Sensor Networks
  198. 519.       Dual functional reconfigurable mobile robot – IEEE
  199. 520.      Electronic Control Units for Automotive Electrical Power Systems: Communication and Networks
  200. 521.       eSeal – A System for Enhanced Electronic assertion of Authenticity and Integrity
  201. 522.      Feeder Automation within the Scope of Substation Automation
  202. 523.      Fingerprint Identification and Verification System using Minutiae Matching
  203. 524.      Fingerprint Identification using the Accidental coincidence Probability
  204. 525.      Fingerprint Matching: Data Acquisition and Performance Evaluation
  205. 526.      Fingerprint Verification using Smart Cards for Access Control Systems
  206. 527.       Fusion of Voice, Gesture, and human-Computer Interface Controls for Remotely Operated Robot
  207. 528.      Firebot: Design of an Autonomous Fire Fighting Robot
  208. 529.      Fuzzy Adaptive Control of an Induction motor Drive
  209. 530.      Fuzzy Modelling: and Control of Marine Diesel Engine Process
  210. 531.       High Efficiency Flyback Converter using Synchronous Rectification
  211. 532.      High Robustness and Reliability of Fuzzy Logic based Position Estimation for Sensorless Switched Reluctance Motor Drives
  212. 533.      Home Networking with Zigbee
  213. 534.      Hybrid Control of Semi-Autonomous Robots
  214. 536.      Hybrid Intelligence for Driver Assistance
  215. 537.       Implementation of a VI-Based Multi-Axis Motion Control System for Automated Test and Measurement Applications – IEEE
  216. 538.      Implementing Multiple Robot Architectures using Mobile Agents
  217. 539.      Improving Patient Monitoring and Tracking in Emergency Response
  218. 540.      Indoor Positioning and Navigation using WLAN Technology
  219. 541.       Model Reference Linear Adaptive Control of DC Motor Using Fuzzy Controller – IEEE
  220. 542.      Inventory Management using Passive RFID Tag: A Survey
  221. 543.      Integrated Modeling and Analysis of Computer based Embedded Control System
  222. 544.      Modeling of a Stair-Climbing Wheelchair mechanism with High Single Step Capability
  223. 545.      Modelling Pedestrains using Artificial Neural Networks
  224. 546.      Models for Bearing damage Detection in Induction Motors using Stator Current Monitoring
  225. 547.       MyBus: Helping Bus Riders Make Informed Decisions
  226. 548.      Navigation of Mobile Robot using Global Positioning System (GPS) and Obstacle Avoidance System with Commanded
  227. 549.      Neural Network Control Approach for an Industrial Furnace
  228. 550.      Novel Skid Avoidance Method without Vehicle Chassis Speed for Electric Vehicle
  229. 551.       Obstacle Avoidance of Mobile Robots using Ordinal structure Model of Fuzzy Reasoning Approach
  230. 552.      Oil Well Diagnosis by Sensing Terminal Characteristics of the Induction Motor
  231. 553.       
  232. 554.      Optically-Powered Wireless Transmitter for High-Temperature MEMS Sensing and Communications
  233. 555.      Optimal control of Three-Phase PWM Inverter for UPS Systems
  234. 556.      Parking Space Inventory control: An Artificial Intelligence Approach
  235. 557.       Patient Monitoring using Personal Area Networks of Wireless Intelligent Sensors
  236. 558.      PdaDriver: A Handheld System for Remote Driving
  237. 559.      Performance Analysis of an Active Energy Induction Meter using an Innovative Approach
  238. 560.      Power Factor Improvement of Single Phase AC Voltage Controller Employing Extinction Angle Control Technique
  239. 561.       Proposal of Human-Friendly Motion Control
  240. 562.      Real-Time DC Motor Position Control by Fuzzy Logic and PID Controllers using Labview
  241. 563.      Remote Control of an Ultrasonic Motor by using a GSM Mobile Phone
  242. 564.      Remote Monitoring System for Transformer Substations
  243. 565.      RoboCart: Toward Robot-Assisted Navigation of Grocery Stores by the Visually Impaired
  244. 566.      Robust Control of a Speed Sensorless Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Drive
  245. 567.        
  246. 568.      Robust Speed Control of an Indirect Field-Oriented Induction Machine Drive using Fuzzy Logic Control
  247. 569.      Scalar Speed Control of a DQ Induction Motor Model using Fuzzy logic Controller
  248. 570.       Secure Smartcard based Fingerprint Authentication
  249. 571.       Security in Automotive Bus Systems
  250. 572.       Self-Trained Automated Parking System
  251. 573.       Sensing of Car Environment at Low Speed Driving
  252. 574.       SIAPAS: A Case Study on the Use of a GPS based Parking System
  253. 575.       SOLERO: Solar Powered Exploration Rover
  254. 576.       Super-Twisting Sliding Mode Control for Unified Power Flow Controller In Power Systems – IEEE
  255. 577.       Telerobotics: Through-The-Internet Teleoperation of the ABB IRB 2000 Industrial Robot
  256. 578.       The Adaptive Space Vector PWM for Four Switch Three Phase Inverter Fed Induction Motor with DC – Link Voltage Imbalance – IEEE
  257. 579.       The Blocker Tag: Selective Blocking of RFID Tags for Consumer Privacy
  258. 580.      The Smart Wheelchair Component System
  259. 581.       A Comparison of Voltage-Mode soft-Switching methods for PWM Converters
  260. 582.       
  261. 583.      A Fault-Tolerant Control Architecture for Induction Motor Drives in Automotive Applications
  262. 584.      A New Approach to ANN-Based Real Time Voltage Stability Monitoring and Reactive Power Management – IEEE
  263. 585.      A New Soft-Switched Contactless Battery Charger with Robust Local Controllers
  264. 586.      A New Visualization Concept for Navigation Systems
  265. 587.       A Novel Resonant Transition Push-Pull DC-Dc Converter
  266. 588.      A Real Time Precrash Vehicle Detection System
  267. 589.      A Simple Control Scheme for Single-Phase Shunt Active Power with Fuzzy Logic based DC Bus Voltage Controller –
  268. 590.      A Three-Level DC-Dc Converter with Wide-Input Voltage Operations for Ship-Electric-Power-Distribution Systems
  269. 591.       A Three-Level Single-Phase single-Stage Soft-Switched AC-DC Converter
  270. 592.      Comparison of Traditional Inverters and Z-Source Inverter for Fuel Cell Vehicles
  271. 593.      Control and Monitoring of Mobile Robot system using Bluetooth
  272. 594.      Control of a Simple DC Motor Robot Equiped with Ultrasonic Sensors via a Field Programmable Gate Array and a
  273. 595.      Custom Architecture for Fuzzy and Neural Networks Controllers

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