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AME068  |  Optimized Low-Power Wide Area Wireless Mesh Network for Environmental Sensors and Security Surveillance

A long range wireless network that consume several times less power than commercial alternatives, and with internally developed wireless mesh protocol capability that relay messages between sensors and gateway. It has universal node type that promises ease to deploy, operate, and maintain. It is suitable for unplanned large scale installation of remote environmental and security monitoring sensors.

Exhibitor : SGLab Pte Ltd

Ultimate Mobile Broadband Mesh Networking for the new 4.0 world

Mesh Networking is not a new idea when network resilience is concerned but being able to ensure this comes with a warranty of very-high level of performances (high symmetrical bandwidth, latency, etc) even for mobile operations (up to 300kmh+) and is associated to rapid and simple deployment methods is the way next generation operational networking infrastructures.   A French company has developed an ultimate Mobile Broadband Mesh Networking for the new 4.0 world today.

Exhibitor : French Chamber in Singapore

SDE017  |  Novel caching method using nearby devices

A university in South Korea has developed a caching method and installation technology using nearby devices. The technology receives data contents from other devices around which reduce power consumption of the devices. This technology minimizes loads of Contents Delivery Service (CDS) server. If the cached data is mutually used on devices nearby, users can download the data fast and easily. If the requested data is not available on devices nearby, it can be requested to CDS. The university offers license agreement and commercial agreement with technical assistance.

Exhibitor : Gyeonggi Technopark

SDE025  |  Random Network Coding In Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) Networks Using Control Signaling

The present invention proposes a system composed of several source and destination nodes that can communicate at a high performance without compromising the spectral efficiency. The system applies random network coding, cooperative communication and orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) techniques for high performance. Combining packets at the relay nodes is referred to as network coding. The main idea behind network coding is somehow contradictory to the independent processing of data, where relay nodes (routers) mainly process the packets and then forward them, instead of simple store-and-forward architecture. 

Exhibitor : Itünova Teknoloji A.S.

SDE033  |  Method and System for Collaborative Security Key Generation for Ad-hoc Internet of Things (IoT) Nodes

Security of the IoT nodes are increasingly becoming an important and critical challenge to solve before many applications in an ad-hoc IoT network become secured and commercially viable. This system enables multiple dynamic trusted IoT nodes be formed and collaborate among each other to strengthen the security key generation, distribution and management for other neighboring IoT nodes.

Exhibitor : Nanyang Polytechnic

SDE043  |  Smart Waste Management System

Waste collection has been a routine task of making trips to all the waste collection points at prescribed time and route, regardless of whether the waste collection points are empty or filled. A lot of efficiencies can be gained if waste collection points are remotely sensed. This project seeks to implement a battery operated bin waste sensing mechanism that includes a Low Power Wide Area Network system (LPWAN) for transmission of bins’ status to a central server, which in turn push job request to a mobile app. The implementation is initially targeted for a campus-based waste management system.

Exhibitor : Ngee Ann Polytechnic

SDE056  |  Millimeter Wave High-Speed Wireless Communication Systems

Advanced millimeter wave wireless communication systems featuring directional communication and beamforming technology enable extremely fast data rates which are significantly faster than that of current wireless communication systems. Such a system may be applied for enhancement or creation of existing and new services, solutions and customer experiences across multiple industries. Furthermore, an integrated Intelligent Control and Management entity may be included to achieve optimal system performance even in dense deployment scenarios.

Exhibitor : Panasonic R&D Center Singapore

SDE058  |  Private Cellular Network Platform

Complete LTE network-in-a-box that offers flexibility and ease of deployment. The solution is lightweight, portable and allows for rapid, adhoc deployment use cases. LTE-Advanced capabilities support mission critical communication scenarios and deployments. The flexibility, portability and rapid deployment capabilities lend itself to opportunities in the events and disaster relief markets.

Exhibitor : Panasonic R&D Center Singapore

SDE064  |  High Performance Network Over Coaxial SoC

Coaxial cable is a ubiquitous and excellent transmission medium. However, the transmission capability of coaxial cable has not been fully excavated, and coaxial cable is being forgotten in every household wall by China broadband access market and research area. The research team, which is mainly composed of Academy of Broadcasting Science SAPPRFT, Peking University, Xidian University and HNSEMI, has been focusing on coaxial cable transmission for ten years since 2005. Based on the long-term accumulation of advanced technology, the research team independently designed HINOC technology which is tailored to coaxial cable access network.

Exhibitor : Peking University

SDE071  |  A Novel Way Of Residual Bandwidth Estimation

This invention related to a bandwidth estimation method which is easily implementable on network nodes and enables to be made better routing decisions and/or estimates the flow admission control by enabling estimation of availability of the communication capacity estimates. With the technology presented herein, a method is provided for the estimation of residual bandwidth which is easily implementable on network nodes and which is able to correctly estimate the accurate traffic handling capability.

Exhibitor : Sabanci University / Inovent Co.

SDE095  |  Industrial IoT Server using global standard OPC UA

UVC, a South Korean SME, has developed an industrial Internet of Things (IoT) server. It reduces various non-operation costs through combined control between manufacturers. It uses global standard open platform communication unified architecture (OPC UA) and own 3D Engine that can improve convenience and future flexible extension. The company offers license agreement and commercialize agreement with technical assistance and research cooperation agreement.

Exhibitor : U.V.C. Co.,Ltd.