Category: iWSN

Lectures on WSN

Nauta circuits – The Inspiration

The wireless sensor network magazine recognises the work of Bram Nauta. He was born in 1964 in Hengelo, The Netherlands. In 1987 he received the M.Sc degree (cum laude) in electrical engineering from the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands.…

Applying Wireless Network Sensors to Monitoring Infrastructure

SIGFOX has deployed a network of long-range base stations that communicate with wireless sensors at ranges of thousands of meters. Through this network, the wireless Internet of Things (IoT) becomes viable for many applications in civil engineering, including monitoring integrity…

3D-imaging sensor Walabot-ing your Smartphone

A company in Israel has developed a new 3D-imaging sensor that can let you ‘see’ inside walls using your smartphone. The device, called Walabot, can look through walls to detect structural foundations, plastic and metal pipes, electrical wires and studs.…

Sustainable Sensors to Detect, Predict Muscle Fatigue

Scientists have developed a sustainable, wearable bio-sensor to detect conditions like muscle fatigue, stress and dehydration by taking advantage of trove of medical information present in human sweat. “When the human body undergoes strenuous exercise, there’s a point at which…

Security vulnerability of Wireless keyboard

Researchers at Security Company Bastille have warned that most wireless keyboards can be easily intercepted allowing hackers to see what is being typed. According Bastille Research team, with a very simple dongle called Keysniffer, it is possible to snoop on…