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Wireless sensor networks for biosecurity applications

Recent developments in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have led to their use in remote data acquisition and automatic data analysis applications, which have proven to be an invaluable tool in a diverse range of fields including biosecurity. WSNs allow collecting data from various samples, and the data can be further analysed and used for developing a data classifier which can detect any attribute of known interests. This project aims to use this fundamental technique for developing new technologies for biosecurity applications (e.g., pest monitoring in grains, sugarcane, honeybees etc.).

Funding agency

GRDC.

Seeking students?

Yes, Doctoral.

Project duration

2014-


Researchers

Dr Iftekhar Ahmad
Associate Professor Steven Hinckley
Professor Daryoush Habibi

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