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Smartphone applications (Apps) provide a new way to deliver healthcare, illustrated by the fact that healthcare Apps are estimated to make up over 30% of new Apps currently being developed; with this number seemingly set to increase as the benefits become more apparent. In this paper, using the development of an In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) treatment stress(More)
The last few years have seen the emergence of many new technologies that can potentially have major impacts on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). One of these technologies is a micro-electromechanical device called smartdust. A smartdust device (or a mote) is typically composed of a processing unit, some memory, and a radio chip, which allows it to(More)
Recent advances in electronics and wireless communication systems have brought many different variants of wireless sensor devices (motes) from industry and institutions. As a result the development and deployment of intelligent transport applications has become complicated due to the diversity of sensors and communication protocols available. The Embedded(More)
Over the last few years many different versions of wireless sensor devices have been designed and built by various companies and institutions. The wireless sensor devices include sensors, microprocessor, bi-directional wireless communication technology and a power supply. This type of tiny wireless micro electro mechanical device has been nicknamed as "(More)
The severe energy constraints of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) require energy-efficient communication protocols in order to fulfill the objectives of the application. Cross-layer design is a technique which can potentially be used to improve the overall performance of WSNs by way of jointly optimizing and exploiting the interactions between various layers(More)
Wireless communication technologies are expected to be widely employed in the near future in Intelligent Transport System applications. The important innovations in wireless and digital electronics will support many applications in the areas of safety, environmental and emissions control, driving assistance, diagnostics and maintenance in the transport(More)
The main objective of the PECES project is the development of system software to enable the communication among heterogeneous devices across multiple smart spaces, breaking the traditional barrier of “smart islands” where only the services offered in a nearby spatial area can be used easily. PECES development tools help the application(More)