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Proceedings of the International Conference of Mechatronics and Cyber-MixMechatronics – 2017 By Gheorghe I. Gheorghe
Quality, Reliability, Security and Robustness in Heterogeneous Networks: 12th International Conference, QShine 2016, Seoul, Korea, July 7–8, 2016, Proceedings By Jong-Hyouk LeeSangheon Pack
Telecommunictaion Networks for the Smart Grid
The Spatial Structure of Electromagnetic Fields
Applied Computer Science for GGOS Observatories: Communication, Coordination and Automation of Future Geodetic Infrastructures By Dr. Alexander Neidhardt
🔆Proceedings of the International Conference of Mechatronics and Cyber-MixMechatronics – 2017 By Gheorghe I. Gheorghe
This first edition of conference Proceedings reflects the expansion of the field of Mechatronics, which has now taken its place in the world of newer transdisciplinary fields of Adaptronics, Integronics, and Cyber-Mix Mechatronics. It presents state-of-the art advances in Mechatronics, Adaptronics, Integronics and Cyber-Mix-Mechatronics.
The 1st International Conference of Mechatronics and Cyber-MixMechatronics/ICOMECYME was organized by the National Institute of R&D in Mechatronics and Measurement Technique in Bucharest (Romania), on September 7th–8th, 2017 and attracted specialists from all over the world—including North America, South America, and Asia. In addition to presenting research results, ICOMECYME also offered a forum for exchange between R&D experts.
🔆Quality, Reliability, Security and Robustness in Heterogeneous Networks: 12th International Conference, QShine 2016, Seoul, Korea, July 7–8, 2016, Proceedings By Jong-Hyouk LeeSangheon Pack
This book constitutes the refereed conference proceedings of the 12th EAI International Conference on Quality, Reliability, Security and Robustness in Heterogeneous Networks, QShine 2016, held in Seoul, South Korea, in July 2016. The 27 full papers, 5 short papers and 18 workshop papers were selected from 85 submissions. The papers are organized thematically in tracks, starting with network security, followed by QoS, reliability and modeling, wireless and mobile networks.
In addition the papers of two workshops are included: International Workshop on 5G Communication Architecture and Technology (5G-CAT 2016), and the 2nd International Workshop on Sensor Networks and Cloud Computing (SNCC 2016).
🔆Telecommunictaion Networks for the Smart Grid
by Alberto Sendin (Author), Miguel A. SANCHEZ-FORNIE Sanch (Author)
This comprehensive new resource demonstrates how to build smart grids utilizing the latest telecommunications technologies. Readers find practical coverage of PLC and wireless for smart grid and are given concise excerpts of the different technologies, networks, and services around it. Design and planning guidelines are shown through the combination of electricity grid and telecommunications technologies that support the reliability, performance and security requirements needed in smart grid applications. This book covers a wide range of critical topics, including telecommunications for power engineers, power engineering for telecommunications engineers, utility applications projecting in smart grids, technologies for smart grid networks, and telecommunications architecture. This practical reference is supported with in-depth case studies.
🔆The Spatial Structure of Electromagnetic Fields
This comprehensive new resource focuses on applied electromagnetics and takes readers beyond the conventional theory with the use of contemporary mathematics to improve the practical use of electromagnetics in emerging areas of field communications, wireless power transfer, metamaterials, MIMO and direction-of-arrival systems. The book explores the existing and novel theories and principles of electromagnetics in order to help engineers analyze and design devices for todays applications in wireless power transfers, NFC, and metamaterials.
🔆Applied Computer Science for GGOS Observatories: Communication, Coordination and Automation of Future Geodetic Infrastructures By Dr. Alexander Neidhardt
This book combines elementary theory from computer science with real-world challenges in global geodetic observation, based on examples from the Geodetic Observatory Wettzell, Germany. It starts with a step-by-step introduction to developing stable and safe scientific software to run successful software projects. The use of software toolboxes is another essential aspect that leads to the application of generative programming.
An example is a generative network middleware that simplifies communication.
One of the book’s main focuses is on explaining a potential strategy involving autonomous production cells for space geodetic techniques. The complete software design of a satellite laser ranging system is taken as an example.
Such automated systems are then combined for global interaction using secure communication tunnels for remote access. The network of radio telescopes is used as a reference.
Combined observatories form coordinated multi-agent systems and offer solutions for operational aspects of the Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS) with regard to “Industry 4.0”