Talk by Prof. Pin-Han Ho from University of Waterloo:
"A Cyber-Physical Billboard IoT Network - Architecture, Operation, and Performance"
A Cyber-Physical Billboard IoT Network - Architecture, Operation, and Performance
Prof. Pin-Han Ho from University of Waterloo
16:00-17:30 / January 16th, Thursday
15F meeting room #1512, NII
The talk presents the results from our current project on a cyber-physical billboard Internet of Things (IoTs) system that aims to achieve intelligent and efficient real-time content acquisition by the viewers of the billboards. We will first give an overview on the proposed system and approach, along with it performance analysis in terms of the message delay.
Particularly, a content classification mechanism is devised, where a novelCNN architecture is implemented and examined.
Dr. Pin-Han Ho is currently a full professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo. He is the author/co-author of over 400 refereed technical papers, several book chapters, and the coauthor of two books on Internet and optical network survivability. His current research interests cover a wide range of topics in broadband wired and wireless communication networks, including wireless transmission techniques, mobile system design and optimization, and network dimensioning and resource allocation. He is in the rank of IEEE Fellow and a Professional Engineer Ontario (PEO).