MuseON Communications

Areas of interests

Internet & IoT (Internet of Things)

We are exploring Internet of Things to bring out The internet for life. Smart devices. Smartphones. Smart cars. Smart homes. Smart cities. A smart world. These notions have been espoused for many years. Achieving these goals has been investigated, to date, by many diverse and often disjoint research community like IoT. Research in IoT like concepts often relies on underlying technologies such as real- time computing, machine learning, security, privacy, signal processing, big data, and others.

Today, The internet and wireless technologies connect different sources of information such as sensors, mobile phones and cars in an ever tighter manner. The number of devices which connect to the Internet is - seemingly exponentially - increasing. These billions of components produce consume and process information in different environments in the work and everyday lives of people.

Here what we are exploring is that the devices seamlessly interact with each other to fetch, store, and process data. The productivity, scalability, compatibility and secure solutions for the management of the ever broader, complexly-networked Internet of Things, and also for the support of various business models. Enhance security or radically transform service support – all of this becomes possible with IoT.

Cyber-physical systems

physical and engineered systems whose operations are monitored, coordinated, controlled and integrated by a computing and communication core. A system of collaborating computational elements controlling physical entities.Just as the internet transformed how

humans interact with one another, cyber-physical systems will transform how we interact with the physical world around us. Many grand challenges await in the economically vital domains of transportation, health-care, manufacturing, agriculture, energy, defense, aerospace and buildings. The design, construction and verification of cyber-physical systems pose a multitude of technical challenges that must be addressed by a cross-disciplinary community of researchers and educators.

Mobile cyber-physical systems

The broad dissemination of these mobile Internet devices, their accelerated processing power, the range of sensors, and pervasive cellular connections make them ideal platforms for building novel mobile cyber-physical applications.Mobile cyber- physical systems, in which the physical system under study has inherent mobility, are a prominent subcategory of cyber-physical systems. Examples of mobile physical systems include mobile robotics and electronics transported by humans or animals. The rise in popularity of smartphones has increased interest in the area of mobile cyber-physical systems.