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

Wireless Sensor Networks for Biomedical Applications

Quality of Service, Admission Control and Lifetime-Extending Challenges Authors: Carlos Abreu,  Paulo Mendes Biomedical wireless sensor networks empowers the development of new applications and services to improve the quality of medical care provided to the citizens. In such context, these…

WSN Made Easy With Arduino Platform?

This article will help you to understand some of the easiest methods to start implementing your sensor nodes with an Arduino platform. Many students and organisation tends to be frustrated with the licensing issues and the cost of buying sensor…

Keynote: Are We Ready For The Wireless Building?

About the presentation In addition to the latest developments in the research for in-door communications, the event will feature practical examples and case studies to demonstrate new services inside wireless enhanced buildings. You will hear an update on the progress…

Towards 4G A Look Into The Future

About the presentation In addition to the latest developments in the research for in-door communications, the event will feature practical examples and case studies to demonstrate new services inside wireless enhanced buildings. You will hear an update on the progress…

Wireless Applications In Educational Environments

About the presentation In addition to the latest developments in the research for in-door communications, the event will feature practical examples and case studies to demonstrate new services inside wireless enhanced buildings. You will hear an update on the progress…

Student Guide: Principles of Wireless Sensor Networks

This is to help undergraduate student and others to understand the Principles of Wireless Sensor Network. We all know that WSNs have the potential of dwarfing the revolution that the Internet has brought to the world of computing, entertainment, work,…

Sensors Invented to Predict Mine Collapse

Swedish scientists have developed a new wireless monitoring system for mines. It will be able to predict and save lives in the risky global mining industry making the mines become safer and more efficient. Mining accidents claims the lives of…

Texas Instruments Announces European Analog Design Contest

European Analog Design Contest (ADC) that tends to encourage system-level design within Universities has been announced by Texas Instruments. This is an opportunity for University students to show creativity and engineering skills whilst working on a design project using any…

WIN $3M CONTEST TO DEVELOP INTERNET OF THINGS

A company known as Smartthings have provided a platform that enables developers and makers to build smart and connected devices, an interactive and mobile user experience for consumers to manage and install apps into their physical world to make it…

Intruders Are Red Alert To Strike

Researchers have come to realise that data can be intercepted based on what was sent, whom it was sent to, when the message was sent and where the message was sent from and to. They are also considering the level…