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ADVANCED COMPUTING & INFORMATION PROCESSING

NEWS LETTER
Vol - IV 2007 No 1

creates new possibilities for the support of object-to-object communications.  Analysis predict that RFID will revolutionize areas of industry including supply chain management, security and mobile telecommunication services.

 

This seminar focused on the use of RFID technology in networked environments, and reviewed international standardization.  The "next generation RFID" that uses Internet architecture and Web based management consoles to allow users with Internet access to burn RFID tags was also discussed.

 

Mr. Venkat Rajaraman, Vice President (Engg)
Portal player India, Hyderabad speaking to delegates

 

The inauguration was followed by a lecture Embedded Systems Challenges & Opportunities by Mr. Venkat Rajaraman, Vice President [Engg], Portal player Pvt. Ltd..

The next Session started with RFID Antenna by Prof. Manimegali, TIFAC CORE in Wireless Technology, Thiyagarajar College of Engg., Madurai.  Dr. N.K. Sakthivel, Professor, SOC, SASTRA gave a lecture on Wireless Sensor Networks & its Applications.  The second day commenced with theme of Automotive Electronics.  Mr. N. Abid Ali Khan, R&D Engineer-Embedded Systems & Lecturer, TIFAC-CORE, SASTRA.  A lecture on Latest Trends in RFID Industry by Mr. Irshadh Rasheed, Perspecte Solutions covered the industry applications.  The session was very interactive with a number of enthusiastic questions from the audience resulting in long discussion.  Next was RFID Scenario - Technology & Standards, RFIDC Case Studies by Dr. K.S. Chari, Senior Director and Registrar, Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India, New Delhi.  The third day commenced with RFID Solutions for Business.

 

Dr. T.S. Ranarajan, Head, RFID Solutions, Tata Consultancy Services discussed various case studies of countries abroad where RFID is used in commercial establishments and supermarkets with visuals, problems faced and issues.

The seminar was attended by 80 faculty members and students of Electronics and computing from various Engineering Colleges.  Major participants were Research scholars.

A few participants from semiconductor Industries also attended the seminar.  The seminar was a success with a fruitful interaction of industry, academia and Government representatives.
 
 R & D AND COLLABORATIONS


TIFAC CORE has been a partner for many R&D projects for ECIL, HCL, GDA, Cypress semiconductors, Analog Devices, DRDO and so on in the last academic year.  TIFAC CORE is working with INTEL on multicore research and multicore curriculum.  R&D is carried out in Embedded systems, Indian Language processing, Electronic Control Units for automation and intelligence in automotives, Embedded systems for communication processors and systems, 3D Image processing systems, Neural Network based CAM for RADAR application, hands free cell to cell communication, Zigbee, Vehicle security through GSM etc

 

Some of the ongoing projects are.

  •  Partition and efficient implementation of CABAC bit stream generator for H.264/AVC video compression

  •  Remote monitoring and controlling of Networks using GSM

  •  Software Defined Radio

  •  H.234 implementation for Encryption key management authentication system in telecommunication networks

  •  Boundary scan Controller with auto scan chain enumerator

  •  Design of CMOS Camera for motion detection using Embedded controller interface

  •  Design and Implementation of efficient Searching Algorithm for cross Indian Language translator

  •  JSP based Efficient GUI design and implementation for Hindi to Tamil Language Translator system.

  •  Design speech recognition system for embedded platform

  •  Identity Based Encryption (IBE) and Authentication using Elliptic Curve Cryptography for Network Applications

  •  Grammatically correct Sentence translator design between Hindi and Tamil Languages

  •  Hardware Implementation of Hash Algorithms

  •  Design of Hardware Architecture for H.264 decoder in Verilog

  •  Hardware Implementation of Frame Relay Encryption

  •  Hardware Implementation of Fast Multipliers

  • Hardware Implementation of Fast Adders

 

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