School of Engineering

Networked Sensing and Control

Networked Sensing and Control

Operational philosophies of Complex systems are accurately predicted and effectively controlled via rapidly  improving modern sensory mechanisms for a multitude of modern engineering applications. The core focus of the group is to facilitate fundamental research in modern networked sensing and control arena inspiring variety of conceptually novel applications ranging from Biomedical to autonomous platforms.

Areas of expertise
  • Wireless sensor networks
  • Mobile robotics and swarm robotics
  • MRI imaging (clustering and fiber tracking)
  • Vision based tracking/control
  • Close-range Radar systems
  • Estimation theory and applications
Current research themes and projects
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... focused on producing a wearable motion capture kit and associated software system to analyse, visulalize ...
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... objective is to use radio frequency communication and signalling to achieve objectives which are not attainable ...
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Hand held computer and smart phones are getting increasingly popular recent past. This research focuses ...

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12th September 2013