Tagged with: edge


PROPOSAL

The Danish Student Cubesat Program is an inter university collaboration that will launch 3 cubesats into Low Earth Orbit over the next 4 years. The satellites will be designed, operated, programmed and built by students and the project offers an opportunity for Master’s students to take part in a live satellite project. ITU is partnering with Aarhus University on DISCOSAT2 which will be an …
Supervisors: Sebastian Büttrich, Julian Priest
Semester: Fall 2021
Tags: Satellite, Cubesat, Image processing, Machine Learning, edge, constrained computing

PROPOSAL

The work on running data-intensive applications on very powerful, expensive, and power-hungry server hardware is very popular thanks to the growing size of data centers and high-performance computing (HPC) platforms. However, with the rise of new generation internet of things (IoT) applications, the lower-power and lower-budget hardware devices that specifically target IoT, the edge platforms, …
Supervisors: Pınar Tözün
Semester: Fall 2021
Tags: edge, NVIDIA Jetson, Raspberry Pi, Odroid

PROPOSAL

Recent progress in LoRaWAN development has made a new generation of satellite communications offerings available to IoT devices. In these, the LoRaWAN gateway is satellite born, and collecting data from small inexpensive ground stations. So far, this is predominantly seen as a means of communciation for remote sensor data, e.g. in agriculture, logistics or wildlife monitoring. However, one can …
Supervisors: Sebastian Büttrich
Semester: Fall 2021
Tags: IoT, LoRaWAN, LPWAN, satellite, networks, edge, security

PROPOSAL

Reproducibility is a cornerstone of the scientific method. It is also a core element of compliance requirements for sensitive equipment, e.g., audit trails for medical equipment. Often, a prerequisite for computational reproducibility is the availability of software and data. However, this is problematic for edge devices whose goal is to reduce the amount of data transferred to the backend. On …
Supervisors: Philippe Bonnet
Semester: Fall 2020
Tags: reproducibility, edge

PROPOSAL

Deliberately scoped very wide, this group contains a number of projects in different possible directions, from Location services via LPWAN time-of-flight and GPS/GNSS, Vessel tracking and management in fisheries, tourism and logistcs Water quality anc chemistry sensing for Aquaculure, specifically Mariculture, Wave and tidal dynamics, e.g. in energy harvesting and variations/combinations of …
Supervisors: Sebastian Büttrich
Semester: Fall 2021
Tags: Satellite, Image processing, Machine Learning, edge, constrained computing, IoT, sensors, location