Embedded Systems and Wireless Technology
Theory and Practical Applications
The potential of embedded systems ranges from the simplicity of sharing digital media to the coordination of a variety of complex joint actions carried out between collections of networked devices. The book explores the emerging use of embedded systems and wireless technologies from theoretical and practical applications and their applications in agriculture, environment, public health, domotics, and public transportation, among others.
Table of Contents
Ubiquitous Computing: Applications, Challenges and Future Trends
Orchestrating Mobile Applications: Software Engineering View
Reyes Juárez-Ramírez et al
Secured Professional Use of Mobile ICT devices
Jeanne Schreurs et al.
Intrusion and Detection Systems in Wireless Networks
Mohamed Elboukhari et al.
Using Bio-inspired Algorithms to Provide Privacy on Wireless Sensor Networks
María de los Ángeles Cosio León et al.
Indoors and Outdoors Event Detection for Embedded Wireless Sensors
Marco Antonio López Trinidad et al.
Armed Mobile Platform Group Swarming and Networking Simulation
Image Processing Applied in Agriculture
JesúsR. Martínez-Sandoval et al.
Tag4M, an Ultra-Low Power Wi-Fi Embedded System for Measurements
Silviu Folea et al.
Spplications Developed with the Microcontroller Student Learning Kit for the Teleengineering Field
IEEE 1451 Smart Plug and Play Sensors with Application in Wireless Sensor Networks
Ismael Hernández-Capuchin et al.
Application Management in Low Power Distributed Embedded Systems
F.M. Castanheira et al.
Embedded Systems and Applications in Telecommunications
Embedded System Using Gnu/Linux for Automating Low Earth Orbit Satellite Tracking
Omar Alvarez Cardenas et al.
A VANETs Routing Protocol Adaptation to WSNs
Santos, Raul A.; Block, Arthur Edwards