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The new initiative, funded by the National Reseach Foundation, will work to make information systems both trustworthy and secure.
Monitoring dynamic factors, such as flight plans, weather, civil events and building model updates, are essential to ensuring UAS operation safety.
ECE Department Head and ADSC researcher William H. Sanders speaks to Congress about electric grid and cyber resiliency.
Researchers teamed up with startup Inspirit IoT to develop a low-cost, audio-based security system that can alert a central command center when trouble breaks out.
The research promotes securing the power grid using natural timestamps in the power grid’s frequency fluctuations sensed from the powerline electromagnetic radiation (EMR).
In hopes of reducing the frustration of lines, ADSC researchers are partnering with Sentosa, an amusement resort off Singapore’s southern coast, to dramatically decrease the time guests spend waiting for shuttle busses.
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.