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Design Team #11 1. Team Members Jeffery Aucoin Dima Eshtaya Sean Milley Jamie Zwicker Team Supervisor Dr. Robert Bauer 2.

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Study on technologies for communication in rural areas Janak Chandarana (05329R04) Sravana Kumar K (05329034) Guide: Prof. Sridhar Iyer KReSIT, IIT-Bombay.

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Gadgets, Things, and A Glimpse of the Future. Winter 2008 Carleton University - The Evolution of the Web 2 Introduction Driven by advances in Electronics,

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Network Connectivity in Africa Status and Current Trends Developing Countries Access to Scientific Knowledge Quantifying the Digital Divide -----------------------------------------------------

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60/60 rule – Phone and texting-related car accidents – Possible radiation risks from wireless devices Understanding Computers in a Changing Society, 5 th Edition 5 © 2013 Cengage/ good workspace design principles is more difficult with portable computers and mobile devices – Attach and use separate mice and keyboards when possible / whole or in part. Environmental Concerns – Alternate Power Solar power – Solar panels Portable fuel cells chargers Understanding Computers in a Changing Society, 5 th Edition /


PowerBot Group #2: Tarik Ait El Fkih Luke Cremerius Marcel Michael Jerald Slatko Sponsored By: Aeronix, Inc.

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Learning Objectives 1.Understand the potential risks to physical health resulting from the use of computers. 2.Describe some possible emotional health.

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Device and Application Engineering Design 6. Overview EZ-Park Device Displays validity of parking spot Facilitates payment for parking Main Components.

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Group 10 Nathan Schroeder David Gardner Brian Kelly Diana Escobar-Pazo.

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THE CHALLENGES OF WEARABLE COMPUTING:PART 1 Thad Starner Georgia Institute of Technology IEEE Micro, July-Aug. 2001.

, screen, keyboard, battery, and in some cases, a wireless modem. The main distinctions between these devices are the interface and/limiting factor in mobile technology. Power is perhaps the most limiting factor in mobile technology. Wearable computing/ the normal acts of dressing. Inductive charger Inductive charger Some wearable peripherals could generate power from/ the environment. Scavenge power from the environment. Solar power Solar power Radio transmissions Radio transmissions Passive radio frequency /


FACULTY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Presented to the: EE 1001 Introduction to Electrical Engineering Class by Stan Burns Professor Department.

4 Automated Meter Reading Architecture using Wireless Paging Technology 4 Facial Recognition System for Biometric Security Implementation 4 Wireless Cell Phone Charger Taek Mu Kwon Professor and Assistant Department/ Digital Signal Processing, Intelligent Transportation Sensors. Recent Research Projects 4 Solar/Wind Integrated Renewable Street Light System Wireless Sensor Mesh Network for Vehicle Tracking and Monitoring Chevrolet Metro Ford /mobile robots; to support senior design and digital circuit design


BlueMAC Travel Time, Origin Destination, Alert Notification, Delay and more…

of each other,transceivermicrochips [10] Wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances (using short- wavelength radio transmissions in the ISM band from 2400–2480 MHz) from fixed and mobile devices, creating personal area networks / / Transmitter Processor A/C or battery powered Solar Charger/controller Connector Ports Housing System Components Housing Unit 6 x 4 x 8 Solar Panels (portable units) Mounting Ethernet or wireless Connectivity GPS Web Services - Central Management (live/


BlueMAC Travel Time, Origin Destination, Alert Notification, Delay and more…

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© University of Cancun, Mexico1 Chapter 8: Green computing and Communication Architecture 1 Tarik Guelzim, 1 Mohammad S. Obaidat, Fellow of IEEE 1 Monmouth.

is similar to having to use many cell phones and using different battery charger for each one of them. Inevitably, this incurs and multiplies additional maintenance/on diesel fuel. the Mobile Telecommunication Limited (MTC) and Motorola have initiated a trial to study the feasibility of using solar panels to fuel cellular base/ behavior on the different elements collected The integration of contextual awareness in the wireless spectrum opens a wide range of power control possibilities © University of Cancun,/


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High resolution cameras (10+ megapixel)  Rapid and wireless battery charging  RF antenna tuning for 4G LTE handsets / AC-DC and DC-DC Power ICs  Battery Charger ICs  Clock & Timing ICs Smartphone Tablet Base Station/Semiconductor content rapidly increasing in building automation  Transition to Mobile Health drives growth in medical devices  IPMs for /Solar) Smart Meters Controller / Thermostat In Home Display Charging Stations Junction Boxes Solar Shingles Thin Film Panels PV Panels Concentrating Solar/


Electric Vehicle Integration into the Grid ISM 270, January 27, 2011 Geoff Ryder SAP Labs, LLC Notes on ISM 270 Homework, Discussion 1 1 2 2 3 3 Electric.

$300K $0.67M Tele- presence EVs and Chargers COIL DC Conversion LED, Light Controls Solar PV Panels All Projects Dec. 9, 2010 strictly/ Ford Focus Electric, due out in late 2011 With Microsoft, Inc.: MyFord Mobile Software automatically charges the vehicle during off-peak hours, when utility rates are / 2.0, 3.0Zigbee ®Hard-wired interface EVCP Protocol StackBusiness and Technology Issues Other wireless standards Authentication / Security / Privacy X.509 certificates (certificate authority, when issued and /


ESTeem Training Class ESTeem Overview. ESTeem Product Categories Licensed Serial – Long Range Application – Exclusive Use of FCC Frequency – PLC Emulation.

Point Modes Ethernet Bridge Modes MESH Repeater Modes Client Modes for Mobile Applications Serial Data Port Model 195Es Wireless LAN Card  11 M bps RF data rate  2/ 13 Watts – Telecommunication Industry Antenna Pole Photovoltaic Power Controller EQUIPMENT ANTENNA Solar Power Very efficient system Stand alone operation – 5-7 year battery / Arrestor Photovoltaic Modules Equipment and Battery Enclosure Thermopile Diagram Thermopile Charger/Controller Propane Battery Bank 12 VDC Power To Load Licensing /


Energy Harvesting Technology and Applications

use. Allows for the battery (or a charger) to be taken out of the equation of/wireless sensor networks RF Power Sources Intentional Sources Anticipated Ambient Sources Powercast utilizes a direct RF energy source, dedicated to providing RF energy for harvesting Anticipated Ambient Sources Routers, cell phone transmitters Unknown Ambient Sources Microwave radio links, mobile/ wireless protocol Conclusion Power harvesting technologies are everywhere and efficiencies are vastly improving Simply look at solar/


FACULTY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Presented to the: EE 1001 Introduction to Electrical Engineering Class by Stan Burns Professor Department.

4 Automated Meter Reading Architecture using Wireless Paging Technology 4 Facial Recognition System for Biometric Security Implementation 4 Wireless Cell Phone Charger Taek Mu Kwon Professor and Assistant Department/ Digital Signal Processing, Intelligent Transportation Sensors. Recent Research Projects 4 Solar/Wind Integrated Renewable Street Light System Wireless Sensor Mesh Network for Vehicle Tracking and Monitoring Chevrolet Metro Ford/mobile robots; to support senior design and digital circuit design


FACULTY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Presented to the: EE 1001 Introduction to Electrical Engineering Class by Stan Burns Jack Rowe Chair.

4 Automated Meter Reading Architecture using Wireless Paging Technology 4 Facial Recognition System for Biometric Security Implementation 4 Wireless Cell Phone Charger Taek Mu Kwon Professor and Assistant Department/Digital Signal Processing, Intelligent Transportation Sensors. Recent Research Projects 4 Solar/Wind Integrated Renewable Street Light System Wireless Sensor Mesh Network for Vehicle Tracking and Monitoring Chevrolet Metro /mobile robots; to support senior design and digital circuit design


ROLLING OUT BROADBAND NETWORKS AND SERVICES IN THE RURAL AREAS FOR ITU Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on Reshaping Policy and Regulatory Landscape for Accelerating.

PNG STATUS 6 TELIKOM PNG : (FIXED and MOBILE) FIXED - ADSL, Fiber, WiMAX, Satellite MOBILE – CDMA +EVDO (3G), UMTS BEMOBILE : (MOBILE) MOBILE - GSM EDGE (2.5G) UMTS (3G) DIGICEL : (MOBILE & FIXED WIRELESS) FIXED - Satellite, WiFi MOBILE - GSM +EDGE (2.5 G) UMTS+/service (3G ready)  All 59 towers in remote area, only accessible by chopper  Powered by Solar energy  Community mobile chargers - Solar energy  Six sites vandalized, three recovered by Digicel, 56 on Air SITE SPECIFICATIONS Vandalism & Theft OUR/


Innovations of 2010 to the present By Aaron Sandler and Jack Wheeler.

another technological device Examples of wireless power are electric toothbrush chargers and charging stations for electric vehicles like busses and trains. Wireless power works by plugging a / can reach. The latter can be used to charge military drones and solar satellites. HTML5 Published on October 28, 2014 Markup language used for structuring/ as Adobe Flash are now achievable in a browser using HTML5 supports mobile devices Important because it reduces developing time by focusing on latest browsers/


U NIVERSITY OF M INNESOTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Copyright © 2007 No part of this presentation may be reproduced in any form without prior authorization.

/Embedded PV A B C D E F Wireless backup G Granular Semi-autonomous Architecture H Fractal Grid/non- road product offerings A potential future as mobile distributed resources link to electricity grid A cleaner environment/ reproduced in any form without prior authorization. Example: Solar This solar powered water electrolysis hydrogen production and fueling station at Honda/ any form without prior authorization. Electric Vehicle Inductive Charger UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Copyright © 2007/


It’s all about energy efficiency Ollie Althorpe, MD, STMicroelectronics Ltd.

, Temperature, Pressure, Magnetometers, Touch sensing, iNEMO  Intelligent ICs for Motor Drive e-Mobility Connectivity Metering & Automation 8-32 bit MCU  Ultra low power,  High performance/actuation, hybrid technologies and packaging Harvesting Device (PV, Piezo, etc) Wireless Transmission: RF low power, ZigBee, … Sensors Analog Front End, Back/ICs  Microcontrollers  LED Drivers  LED Street Light Driver with Solar Energy Charger 250W HPS Lamps108W LED Lamps Solutions for signage, backlighting, building,/


Expansion of Remote Sensing Using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology for Seasonal Load Restriction (SLR) Timing Technical Advisory Committee.

Research and Develop Extensible Architecture - Develop low cost maintainable infrastructure using IOT concepts - Develop wireless sensors (improved deployment, maintenance, etc.) - Develop flexible data collection and communications node - /sensors, reader, solar charger and communications network to DSS backend RFID Sensors (integrated temperature, moisture, pressure, deflection) Readers (mobile or fixed UHF), communications (Wireless IOT) Wireless IOT Network What is it? - Open wireless Machine to Machine/


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Technology Centre, CMR Engineering College, Hyd Energy Efficiency Centre, Vizag Solar Training Centre, Chennai Solar Training Centre, Cochin Vocational Training Centre, Hyderabad Technology. Transfer. /mobile scanning devices. The New Software was developed for a PDA-based capturing device, a type of mini-computer with built-in barcode scanner and wireless/Performance and Environment Friendliness  Mid-range car drivers fantasize about turbo- chargers. As it often stops at that, they might like the sound/


Health, Safety & Environmental Strategic Scaleable Services.

operating (24/7) unmanned for greater than 30 days – Intelligent (software) power management system – Bidirectional wireless communication (between mobile systems and command center) – Unmanned identify and track camera operation capabilities for specified items of interest – / WIND TURBINE SYSTEMS SOLAR PANEL SYSTEMS REMOTE POWER APPLICATION SCADA SYSTEM Power System Concept DIESEL FUEL NATURAL GAS HYDROGEN FUEL CELL GAS TURBINE GENERATOR SHORE POWER CHARGE CONTROLLERS BATTERY CHARGERS DC TO DC INVERTORS/


1 Keynote Speech, Third National Conference, FCE, Kano Combating Global Climate Change through Science and Technology Sahalu Junaidu

plan to power 100% of the worlds energy with wind, hydroelectric, and solar power by the year 203  In some countries, government action has boosted/in 2020  The majority of emissions from mobile devices come from standby mode, the power used by chargers that are plugged in but not in /and Next generation Internet (NGI)  Network technologies to deploy zero carbon networks  wired and wireless networks,  new router and optical architectures, and  new distributed computing architectures  distributed grids/


Smart Grid & Electric Vehicle in Computer Scientist’s Perspective by Minho Shin, Myongji University.

Wireless Networks & Security – Mobile Computing & Privacy Projects – Vehicle to Vehicle Communication for ITS – Smartphone Privacy – Interoperability of SG & EV Human-centrilc Mobile Computing Lab (HMCL) – http://hmcl.mju.ac.kr Interoperability Project Build interoperability certification system – Between EV and Charger/ Demand information Demand control message Smart meter Go Green Renewable Energy Sources – Wind turbine – Solar panel By 2030, US target: 20% But… – Renewable energy is intermittent – Highly /


ECGR4161/5196 – Lecture 11 – July 19, 2012 Today: Discussion - Exam Presentations – Future of Robots (recorded in two sessions, with a break in the middle).

or dead reckoning Future Advancements – Complete autonomy, longer battery life/solar powered, carry larger payload, more time efficient, more advanced control / evaluation kit expands wireless portfolio (Alpha Micro - THINERGY MEC201) (2012). /THINERGY makes it THIN!! ***Imagine a world with no chargers required!*** Neurosurgery For The Future Current Neuro-robots: Assist/ non-verbal channels of social communication.” [1] Mobile phone for picture and sound Head movements Hand gestures/


SHAPING THE FUTURE MARKETS Prof. Pekka Abrahamsson Free University of Bolzano, Italy Picture: © VTT.

Self defense: electroshock / paper sprays charging mobile or wireless charger for mobile Withdrawing and transferring money Service that allows to design your own mobile phone Mobile would answer to question you ask Universal /Mobile phone that has an anti-theft/ fire alarm system A passport/ID in a cell phone A cell phone battery that uses solar power/ cell phone that charges itself A mobile shopping service Mobile application to withdraw money Locating friends School activities and timetables on mobile/


FACULTY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Presented to the: EE 1001 Introduction to Electrical Engineering Class by Stan Burns Professor Department.

Research and Teaching Interests  Research Interests ─ Nanoscale optoelectronic devices Nanoscale lasers Nanoscale solar cells Plasmonic nanostructures Nanotechnology for bio-medical applications  Teaching EE 2006 Electric Circuit/ 4 Automated Meter Reading Architecture using Wireless Paging Technology 4 Facial Recognition System for Biometric Security Implementation 4 Wireless Cell Phone Charger Taek Mu Kwon Professor and Assistant /mobile robots; to support senior design and digital circuit design


Presented By Benjamin K. Aiduenu Institute for Educational Research and Innovation Studies University of Education, Winneba.

Discussion  Recommendation and Conclusion  The use of wireless technology devices such as laptops, tablets, and mobile phones all over the world has become part of human activity  According to Geddes, (2004), mobile learning (M-learning) is the acquisition of any /mobile device solar charger can be procured especially in schools in rural areas where electricity is a major problem to power the mobile devices.  Teachers need to be trained to acquire the skills of using mobile devices such as mobile/


Presented By Benjamin K. Aiduenu Institute for Educational Research and Innovation Studies University of Education, Winneba.

 Recommendations  Conclusion  Use of wireless technology  According to Geddes, (2004), mobile learning (M-learning) is the acquisition of any knowledge or skill through the use of mobile technology, anywhere and anytime,  mobile-cellular subscriptions:  About 6.8 billion/on the content platform  Procurement of Solar chargers especially for schools that do not have electricity  Well-structured school rules and regulations for the use of mobile phone together with effective enforcement  Internet/


2006 Gadgets and Gizmos. de-FIB-ulator - $39.99 See who’s being honest and who’s not. Hand-held voice tension detector 65% accuracy rate Connect to your.

2000/ME/XP 6” x 1.5” 1.3 pounds Sanyo eneloop eneloop solar charger Charge eneloop batteries AA and AAA batteries (4 AA eneloop batteries included) /file transfer PC Compatability Horizontal and vertical video orientation Samsung Q1 Ultra Mobile PC - $1100 World’s First Ultra Mobile PC –PDA –MP3/PMP –GPS –Tablet PC –Storage Device /-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T), 1EEE 802.11 b/g (60GB Only), Bluetooth 2.0 (EDR), Wireless Controller (Bluetooth) AV Output: Screensize (480i/p, 720i/p, 1080i/p), HDMI out (x1 / HDMI/


T325: Technologies for Digital Media Second semester – 2011/2012 Tutorial 1 Arab Open University - T325 – Spring 2012.

& Digital watermarking 916-Apr-12 Block 3 Mobile broadband Mobile evolution & Network architecture 1023-Apr-12 1130-Apr/ T325 – Spring 2012 11 Miscellaneous contains smaller electronics such as chargers, home audio equipment, game consoles, etc. Also contain non-electronics/energy being drawn from a battery. Examples: solar-powered calculators are in fact harvesting energy from the/ area of application of energy harvesting: providing power for wireless sensor networks. Arab Open University - T325 – Spring /


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