• An authenticated key agreement scheme for sensor networks

      Yang, Mee Loong (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      In wireless sensor networks, the messages between pairs of communicating nodes are open to eavesdropping, tampering, and forgeries. These messages can easily be protected using cryptographic means but the nodes need to ...
    • Bluetooth information exchange network

      Liu, Xiaoning (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      Bluetooth is a low cost and low power wireless technology for connecting portable and / or fixed Bluetooth enabled devices to form short-range wireless ad hoc personal area networks (PANs). As the Bluetooth specification ...
    • A cross-layer design for sensor-based ambient intelligence systems

      Liu, Yang (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      The wireless sensor network (WSN) is an enabling technology of ambient intelligence (AmI) where an intelligent system can sense the presence of and respond to the context or situations of people in the environment. AmI ...
    • Development of a Wireless Friendly Fire Prevention System Model

      Walker, Craig Graham (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      While hunting animals is not considered the most ethical of activities, it is in most regions of the world considered sport, and in some locations still a process of food gathering. The focus of this research is on the ...
    • Distributed incremental data stream mining for wireless sensor network

      Sabit, Hakilo (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) despite their energy, bandwidth, storage, and computational power constraints, have embraced dynamic applications. These applications generate a large amount of data continuously at high ...
    • Energy efficient opportunistic connectivity for wireless sensor network

      Sivaramakrishnan, Sivakumar (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      This thesis provides a theoretical analysis of the effects of mobility, node density and a limited transmission range on the connectivity of a varying density of nodes in wireless sensor networks. Connectivity in cellular ...
    • Mobile phone based remote monitoring system

      Liu, Danyi (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      This thesis investigates embedded databases and graphical interfaces for the MicroBaseJ project. The project aim is the development of an integrated database and GUI user interface for a typical 3G, or 2.5G, mobile phone ...
    • Motors fault recognition using distributed current signature analysis

      Gheitasi, Alireza (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Immediate detection and diagnosis of existing faults and faulty behaviour of electrical motors using electrical signals is one of the important interests of the power industry. Motor current signature analysis is a modern ...
    • Object-centric Intelligence: Sensor Network and Thermal Mapping

      Yamani, Naresh (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Quality of product is an important aspect in many commercial organizations where storage and shipment practices are required. Temperature is one of the main parameters that influence quality and temperature treatments of ...
    • pH Wireless Sensor Network for the meat tenderizing process

      Devan, Vashu (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      The wireless sensor network is a paradigm shift from the conventional wired system and has made remarkable progress in the last ten years. The system is cost effective, efficient, and user friendly as there is no need for ...
    • Rendezvous in cognitive radio ad-hoc networks

      Hossain, Md Akbar (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      Cognitive radio (CR) is a promising technique to enhance the spectrum utilisation by enabling the CR users to opportunistic access the spectrum holes or channels. CR ad hoc network is a multi-channel environment where ...
    • Sensor Network Embedded Intelligence: human comfort ambient intelligence

      Mohamed Rawi, Mohd Izani (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      This study explored the multidiscipline domain of the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) and Ambient Intelligence (AmI) in addressing the problem of the comfort of a living space. This thesis addresses the potential for embedding ...
    • Smart sensor network organization: sensor data fusion and industrial fault traceability

      Altaf, Saud (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      The industrial environment usually contains multiple motors that are supplied through a common power bus. The power-line acts as a good conducting environment for signals to travel through the power-line network. In effect, ...
    • The automatic eye alignment of an infrared optometer

      Taylor, David Glenville (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      The ability of the human eye to change its overall refractive power so that people can focus on objects both far and near is termed accommodation. Research into how the eye automatically changes its accommodation, demands ...
    • Wavelet based OFDM with V-BLAST Virtual MIMO for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

      Rafique, Zimran (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are finding their place in many real life applications because low power and small-size sensor nodes can be inexpensively and easily deployed in the areas of interest for different applications. ...
    • Wildfire hazard prediction: a fuzzy model for Sensor Embedded Intelligence

      Koppula, Lakshmi Bhargavi (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      This thesis investigates the topic of “Wildfire hazard prediction” through conducting an in-depth study on fuzzy prediction methods and geographically collected weather data. The study explores the impact of various ...