The tool allows security analysts to make practical and informed decisions about the security of their critical infrastructure system, such as a smart power grid.
By using new technology developed by ADSC and a Singapore air-conditioning company, companies could save thousands of dollars per month on their energy bills.
ADSC researchers are developing technology that can build virtual 3D replicas out of moving 2D images, even when the images contain similar textures and sizes.
An ADSC team uses microphones attached to vehicles to measure urban noise.
ADSC researchers have developed a technology that allows facilities to monitor their electricity usage without making major modifications to electrical distribution panels.
The system tracks facial expressions to determine the emotions of individuals through video.
ADSC researchers are using object detection and classification algorithms to assist with automatic image recognition.
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.