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The Sensing Internet—A Discussion on Its Impact on Rural Areas (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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This paper is based on the experience of introducing wireless sensor networks (WSNs) into the building industry in Denmark and in a rural area of Greenland. There are very real advantages in the application of the technology and its consequences for the Continue reading

A Self-Assessment Stereo Capture Model Applicable to the Internet of Things (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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The realization of the Internet of Things greatly depends on the information communication among physical terminal devices and informationalized platforms, such as smart sensors, embedded systems and intelligent networks. Playing an important role in Continue reading

A Routing Protocol based on Energy and Link Quality for Internet of Things Applications (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is attracting considerable attention from the universities, industries, citizens and governments for applications, such as healthcare, environmental monitoring and smart buildings. IoT enables network connectivity between Continue reading

Integrated Semantics Service Platform for the Internet of Things: A Case Study of a Smart Office (Electronics/Electrical Project)

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The Internet of Things (IoT) allows machines and devices in the world to connect with each other and generate a huge amount of data, which has a great potential to provide useful knowledge across service domains. Combining the context of IoT 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

Cell Selection Game for Densely-Deployed Sensor and Mobile Devices In 5G Networks Integrating Heterogeneous Cells and the Internet of Things (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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With the rapid development of wireless networking technologies, the Internet of Things and heterogeneous cellular networks (HCNs) tend to be integrated to form a promising wireless network paradigm for 5G. Hyper-dense sensor and mobile 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

Low Delay Video Streaming on the Internet of Things using Raspberry Pi (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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The Internet of Things is predicted to consist of over 50 billion devices aiming to solve problems in most areas of our digital society. A large part of the data communicated is expected to consist of various multimedia contents, such as live audio and Continue reading

A Review on Internet of Things for Defense and Public Safety (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is undeniably transforming the way that organizations communicate and organize everyday businesses and industrial procedures. Its adoption has proven well suited for sectors that manage a large number of assets Continue reading

Managing the Quality of Experience in the Multimedia Internet of Things: A Layered-based Approach (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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This paper addresses the issue of evaluating the Quality of Experience (QoE) for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, with particular attention to the case where multimedia content is involved. A layered IoT architecture is firstly analyzed to understand Continue reading

Dominant Channel Occupancy for Wi-Fi Backscatter Uplink in Industrial Internet of Things (Electrical/Electronics Project)

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This paper presents a dominant channel occupancy (DCO) mechanism for the Wi-Fi backscatter uplink in the industrial Internet of things (IIoT). The DCO provides high-priority channel access and reliable burst transmission to the Wi-Fi backscatter devices, Continue reading