Design and Implementation of an IoT Access Point for Smart Home (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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Network communication and micro-electro-mechanical embedded technologies have attracted much attention in recent years. Through these technologies, the capabilities of sensing, identification, and communication can be embedded in various Continue reading

EDAS: An Evaluation Prototype for Autonomic Event-Driven Adaptive Security in the Internet of Things (Electronics/Electrical Project)

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In Internet of Things (IoT), the main driving technologies are considered to be tiny sensory objects. These objects cannot host traditional preventive and detective technologies to provide protection against the increasing threat sophistication. Furthermore, Continue reading

A Method for Detecting Resident Space Objects and Orbit Determination Based on Star Trackers and Image Analysis (Mechanical Project)

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Satellites commonly use onboard digital cameras, called star trackers. A star tracker determines the satellite’s attitude, i.e. its orientation in space, by comparing star positions with databases of star patterns. In this thesis, I investigate the Continue reading

RAZOR: A Compression and Classification Solution for the Internet of Things (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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The Internet of Things is expected to increase the amount of data produced and exchanged in the network, due to the huge number of smart objects that will interact with one another. The related information management and transmission costs Continue reading

Governance of the Internet of Things—from Infancy to First Attempts of Implementation? (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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In the course of the Internet’s growing importance within the last decade, the Internet of Things (IoT) has also been a subject of much debate. Being defined by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) as the development of item identifications, Continue reading

Real-Time Rosberry Pi Slam Robot (Electronics Project)

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A realtime monocular (single camera) visual Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM) robot is built utilizing a server-node based computational approach. The core of the robot is a Raspberry Pi 2 with a Robot Operating System (ROS) wrapper Continue reading