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Amrita WNA Researchers & Students Win 1st Prize in Maxim IoT Contest Conducted at BIEC, Bengaluru

Amrita WNA Researchers & Students Win 1st Prize in Maxim IoT Contest Conducted at BIEC, Bengaluru

March 7, 2017

Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications students and researchers won 1st prize in Maxim IoT Contest conducted at BIEC, Bengaluru on March 4, 2017. 

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Distinguished Talk by Dr. Peter Struss, TU Munich Germany at Amrita WNA

Distinguished Talk by Dr. Peter Struss, TU Munich Germany at Amrita WNA

February 16, 2017

Dr. Peter Struss, Professor, Model-based Systems and Qualitative Modelling Group, Department of Computer Science- Artificial Intelligence; Faculty of Informatics Techn. Univ. Muenchen (TUM), Germany, addressed the students and faculty of Amrita Center for Wireless Networks & Applications (AmritaWNA).

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Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Wins Grant for LANDSLIP Project – Study to Reduce Landslide Risk

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Wins Grant for LANDSLIP Project – Study to Reduce Landslide Risk

January 30, 2017

​Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham recently joined an International Consortium and won a grant for the project titled,‘Landslide Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, Preparedness and Early Warning in South Asia: Integrating Meteorology, Landscape and Society (LANDSLIP).’

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AmritaWNA Healthcare Research featured at IEEE Healthcom, IEEE Wireless Health, ACM UbiComp, and MobiHoc conferences

AmritaWNA Healthcare Research featured at IEEE Healthcom, IEEE Wireless Health, ACM UbiComp, and MobiHoc conferences

January 20, 2017

A healthcare research project at Amrita Center for Wireless Networks & Applications (AmritaWNA) has been focusing on developing affordable and indigenous sensors, healthcare data analytics techniques, and communication architectures for use in sparsely connected regions in India.

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AmritaWNA Receives DST Grant for Development and Pilot Deployment of Wireless Cardiac Monitoring Device

AmritaWNA Receives DST Grant for Development and Pilot Deployment of Wireless Cardiac Monitoring Device

December 21, 2016

The Instrumentation Development Program (IDP) of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India, has extended a 2 year grant of more than Rs 4 million for further development and creation of a viable remote ECG Monitoring system for postoperative and high-risk cardiac patients. As an industry partner, Amrita Technologies will be also be a contributing entity in this project. The project is being spearheaded by Dr. Maneesha V. Ramesh from AmritaWNA, Dr. Natarajan from AIMS and Mr. Pradeep Achan from Amrita Technologies.

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WINSOC @ AmritaWNA, coordinated by SELEX Communications comes to an end

WINSOC @ AmritaWNA, coordinated by SELEX Communications comes to an end

July 31, 2009

WINSOC: the project coordinated by SELEX Communications for the development of the first landslide detection system in India comes to an end Today the WINSOC (Wireless Sensor Network with Self-Organization. . .

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Wireless Sensors Learn from Life – AmritaWNA

Wireless Sensors Learn from Life – AmritaWNA

August 27, 2008

27 August, 2008 — ICT Results Center for Wireless Networks and Applications, Amritapuri European and Indian researchers are applying principles learned from living organisms to design self-organising networks of wireless sensors. . .

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WINSOC Project Advances Wireless Sensor Networks

WINSOC Project Advances Wireless Sensor Networks

May 9, 2008

Wireless sensor networks are poised to expand as they become more popular. WINSOC (Wireless Sensor Networks with Self- Organization Capabilities for Critical and Emergency Applications), is a project funded by. . .

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Landslide Detection in Munnar by Amrita Wireless Network

Landslide Detection in Munnar by Amrita Wireless Network

June 15, 2009

India’s first ever cutting-edge wireless sensor network system, designed to detect landslides at least 24 hours ahead of its occurrence, has been set up at Munnar in the high range. . .

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Wireless system for landslide detection developed

Wireless system for landslide detection developed

June 13, 2009

Scientists from the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham have developed India’s first wireless sensor network system for landslide detection under a 3.5 million Euro research project funded by the European Commission. Read. . .

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