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Tuesday, May 12 • 3:45pm - 4:30pm
IoT in Multidisciplinary Engineering for Modern Systems

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In India, with Mission Mode Projects like Smart Cities that include 100 cities, Smart Villages that include 300 clusters of villages, and Make In India: Industry 4.0, the smartness of IoT is applied at every level of governance and facility provision to improve the quality of life of citizens. A Modern System is a System of Systems that is based on aspects such as: multidisciplinary; wireless sensor network; data mining; machine-to-machine; geographical information system; spatio-temporal data, and collaborative design. Open challenges at the functional level are the definition of standard operating procedures; design integration; data translation; 24 x 7 monitoring; and security and prediction and prevention rather than operation and maintenance.

Multidisciplinary systems engineering currently has open issues in technical domains such as real time system design, wireless sensor networks, time-sensitive networking protocols, data analytics on streaming data leading to predictive modeling, and data storage and disaster recovery. In this session, we will analyze them taking a number use-cases; (i) intelligent traffic / transport management; (ii) security surveillance; (iii) emergency response / disaster management; (iv) factory automation; and (v) smart agriculture.


Urjaswala Vora

C-DAC Mumbai
Urjaswala Vora currently works as an Associate Director in C-DAC Mumbai, which is a premier R&D institution of Ministry of Electronics and IT, Government of India. Urjaswala has 23+ years’ experience in Software Engineering. She is a selected member of Research & Development Planning... Read More →

Tuesday May 12, 2020 3:45pm - 4:30pm EDT
Salon 4 Rosen Plaza Hotel

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