The new system makes it easier for a doctor or therapist to keep tabs on a patient’s progress remotely.
Through two new projects funded by the Energy Market Authority of Singapore, researchers at the Advanced Digital Sciences Center are tackling real-world issues to improve the cyber security and resiliency of power plants and the smart grid.
A team at ADSC has built a platform that provides an easy solution for analyzing text, video, audio and other types of data.
The team developed middleware to automatically enable the use of Bluetooth radio for sharing cellular bandwidth.
Using a smart phone’s context sensors, ADSC and A*STAR researchers have developed an app that allows users to automatically detect and search reviews for nearby businesses.
ADSC researchers have commercialized FashionMatch, a technology that allows users to instantly search for visually similar apparel items from a large database of images.
The research provides a model for designing more energy efficient Systems-on-Chips.
The team createed a novel human detection system that has high accuracy and high reliability.
Researchers are looking at how an attacker can destabilize grid control systems and demand response systems, and creating new methodology to address those attacks.
ADSC Professor William Sanders has received the 2016 IEEE Technical Field Award, Innovation in Societal Infrastructure, for his revolutionary work concerning the cybersecurity of the power grid.