Author: Dr. Celestine Iwendi

Celestine Iwendi is a Sensor and Electronics Researcher at the University of Aberdeen, UK. He can be reached at celestine.iwendi@ieee.org

Sensor Based Projects Ideas

All these projects can give you deeper understanding how sensors can be use in everyday life. Accident Prevention Using Eye Blinking and Head Movement: The main aim of this project is to avoid the accidents that are caused due to…

Security in an IoT Open Platform

With the recent marriage of convenience between China Telecom and Ericsson in support of China’s “One Belt One Road” strategy and to further advancements in the deployment of Internet of Things solution and services, this editorial addresses the security associated…

IEEE 2018 President-Elect: Dr. Jacek Zurada

“He who has never learned to obey cannot be a good commander” Aristotle  “Leadership is lifting a person’s vision to high sights, the raising of a person’s performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal…

Apple Abandons Finger Print Sensor

Reports from Bloomberg is that Apple’s Touch ID could be replace by a new 3D scanning system that uses face recognition to verify payments, log in to apps and unlock the upcoming iPhone 8. It is the drastic redesign expected…

Building the Internet of Things

Building the Internet of Things Maciej Kranz, Cisco Systems Bio Maciej Kranz brings 30 years of networking industry experience to his position as Vice President, Corporate Strategic Innovation Group at Cisco. He leads the group focused on incubating new businesses,…

The ABC of Machine Learning & IoT Application

Stage is now set for industrial Application of the Internet of Things in a grand scale with most companies resulting to the functionality of the Machine learning (ML). This article will address the ABC of Machine learning and IoT Application…