Recent Developments in Device-free Passive TechnologySpeaker: Faraz Hasan – Palmerston North, New Zealand
Topic(s): Networks and Communications
The art of positioning a user without needing them to carry a device has matured over the years. The so-called ‘device-free’ techniques that were originally introduced for localization are now being examined for enabling a number of other use cases. This talk will start with the basic principle of device-free passive localization and examine various applications that have been enabled by this technology (crowd counting, fall detection, etc.).
This talk will benefit postgraduate students and senior undergraduate students who are keen on exploring an exciting new area of research and development. Prospective research students may also find interesting avenues of future work in this talk.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 25
Duration: 30 - 45 minutes
Languages Available: English
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