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Internet of Things and Sustainability: Tesla Motors Electric Cars

Chrystalla Thrasyvoulou, Constantina Ioannou, Nurul Norli and Chandra Gurung,  MSc Information Systems In essence, the ‘the things’ referenced in IoT are machines embedded with sensors that gather, store and analyse data. Since they’re all linked to the internet, that data … Continue reading

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Withings Home – Home Automation

Chrystalla Thrasyvoulou, Constantina Ioannou, Nurul Norli and Chandra Gurung,  MSc Information Systems Home automation is automation of the home, housework or household activity. It may comprise centralized control of lighting, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), appliances, surveillance camera and … Continue reading

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Counselling app for genetic blood diseases

Khalid Al Tamimi, MSc Software Engineering Genetic diseases counselling application aims to utilize the features of mobile devices to create an accessible and readily available mobile genetic counselling application. It provides counselling for potential marital partners who may suffer from … Continue reading

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Insights, issues and challenges of applying DBMS in hospitals within developing countries

Henry Okoro, MSc Software Engineering Developing countries often face challenges in applying technology projects at the local level. This is particularly relevant to projects related to health services, such as hospital systems, since any implemented service is likely to directly … Continue reading

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Development of tag-based wearable technology with mobile applications to manage and organise big events

Linn Schwartkop, Erasmus student This project focuses on the management of big events where the visitors use tag-based, wearable technology in combination with an app to communicate. The manager side’s web application is based on geo-location data collection and visualisation … Continue reading

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E-government Development in Bulgaria – Status-Quo, Comparative Study and Perspectives

Tsvetelina Prodanova, Erasmus student Bulgaria is going through an enormous change as it takes its place as a full member of the European Community and embraces new technology. E-government systems are part of the plans for future growth but there … Continue reading

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“ReTrO” – A Universal Remote Transceiver Controller for Mobile Devices using Bluetooth Connectivity

William Ettle, MSc Software Engineering The ReTrO project encompases the design stages and considerations within developing a universal mobile based remote transceiver interface. The interface design was chosen to resemble a traditional transceiver interface based around the genetic pattern that … Continue reading

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Friendly Companion app

Dena Elzubair Eltahir, MSc Software Engineering This project is aimed at Breast Cancer patients, who need a companion during their long treatment to support them mentally and emotionally. The poster highlights the main feature of the mobile application and explains … Continue reading

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Using a sensor enabled home to support independence in young autistic adults

Mark Venn, PhD student By using a sensor enabled home, it is envisaged that a person who is diagnosed with high functioning autism, or Asperger Syndrome, will be able to live a more independent life. The research is being carried … Continue reading

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On Pompey! Mobile Application for Cultural Tourism in Portsmouth

Cintya Aguirre Brito, MSc Software Engineering The objective of developing a mobile application for cultural Tourism in Portsmouth is to integrate tourists with the visited places, in order to maximise satisfaction of the visit. To achieve this aim, it is … Continue reading

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