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Latest News & Events in Wireless Sensor Network

Engineering Directed Creativity

Make it habit to purposely pause and notice things. Something outside your normal schedule. The problem with this is that many researchers tend to confine PhD and research students into areas that they themselves cannot research upon. The joy of…

‘Internet of Sensors’

A Calif.-based Semiconductor manufacturer company known as InvenSense Inc. has announced introduced its SensorStudio alongside Samsung’s ARTIK 701 platform at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. According to Mark Wright, director of product management and platform and partnerships…

New Technologies Extend Wireless Sensing Range

Intel® IoT Platform has released a whitepaper of the New technologies that extends Wireless Sensing Ranges. According to the report, as more sensor nodes connect over wireless networks, there is a growing need for alternatives to interfaces like Wi-Fi*, Bluetooth*,…

GL Announces Enhanced SIP Protocol Emulator

In a GL Communications’ Newsletter January edition providing information and insight into their latest enhanced MAPS™ SIP Protocol Emulator. The emulator will help a user to generate and receive SIP Signalling with traffic. GL’s Message Automation & Protocol Simulation (MAPS™)…

Tips for Writing Your Research Proposal

Happy New Year and welcome to All things wireless sensor networks and Internet of Things. [Tips for Writing Your Research Proposal] 1. Know yourself: Know your area of expertise, what are your strengths and what are your weaknesses. Play to…

Be Prepared for Next IoT Cyber Attack

The recent cyber-attack that used hacked home based IoT devices for massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack against major US web sites, clearly demonstrates the security threats of IoT edge devices and networks. DDoS is a type of DOS…

ABB Smart Sensor

ABB has come up with a smart sensor capable of monitoring electric motors to increase their performance, efficiency, reliability and lifespan. According to company, the pocket-sized performance-measuring device can be retrofitted to almost any low-voltage motor and connect it to…

Detecting Explosives with Plants

A team of MIT engineers have transformed spinach plants into sensors that can detect explosives and wirelessly relay that information to a handheld device similar to a smartphone. According to Michael Strano, the Carbon P. Dubbs Professor of Chemical Engineering…