Welcome to the 2020 International Conference on International Conference on Wireless Sensor Networks, Ubiquitous Computing and Applications 2020 (ICWSNUCA-2020) which will be held during September 25-26, 2020 in Hyderabad, India.
ICWSNUCA 2020 is a multidisciplinary conference organized with the objective of bringing together academic scientists, professors, research scholars and students working in various fields of engineering and Technology. The conference will provide the authors, research scholars, listeners with opportunities for national and international collaboration and networking among universities and institutions for promoting research and developing the technologies globally. The authors will have the chance to get together some of the world’s leading researchers, to learn about their most recent research outcome, analysis and developments, and to catch up with current trends in industry-academia. This conference aims to promote translation of basic research into institutional and industrial research and convert applied investigation into real- time application.
Recent years, we have been hearing about Internet of Things, Industrial IoTs (IIoT), Industry 4.0, Smart Factories, Smart HealthCare, Smart Logistic and Supply Chains, Smart Mobility, and Smart Energy etc. These technologies deliver huge economy and financial benefits and will continue the same in near future. But surprisingly, sensor nodes are the backbone of these technologies and these nodes can be worn, carried, embedded in the environment that can provide interesting contextual information. We find sensors in our daily life, starting from Mobile devices, Automobiles, Industrial automation, Robotic systems, Vehicular Tracking and Management Systems etc. A significant increase in real world event monitoring capability with Wireless Sensor Networks will lead to a further evolution of ubiquitous computing.
Wireless Sensor Networks continue to attract a lot of attention from the academia and industry among researchers, industrials, equipment and chip manufacturers and service providers for promoting large-scale deployments in many applications, such as environmental monitoring, military and medical surveillance, health & wellness applications, intelligent traffic management and user’s tracking and identification, including human computer interaction.
WSN and Ubiquitous Computing conference invites unpublished, high-quality contributions that focus on the applications, use-cases, architectures, deployments, and recent advances of Wireless Sensor Networks as well as Ubiquious Computing. Different Research Topics may be illustrated in this conference like Wireless Sensor Networks for the Internet of Things, IoT Applications for eHealth, smart cities etc., architectures for WSNs and IoT, WSNs hardware and new devices, Low-power wireless technologies, Wireless ad hoc Sensor networks, Routing and data transfer in WSNs, Multicast communication in WSNs, Security management in WSNs and in IoT systems, Power consumption optimization in WSNs. This conference also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered, and solutions adopted in the fields of Computer Science and Information Technology.
Hyderabad city is the capital city of the Indian state of Telangana.
It lies on the Deccan Plateau, 541 meters (1776 ft) above sea level, over an area of 625 km² (244 mile²).
The city has an estimated population of around 8 million, making it 4th largest city in India , while the population of the metropolitan area was estimated above 9 million. Religiously and culturally, the city is united with Hindus, Muslims and Christians.
Hyderabad city is known for its rich history, food and its multi-lingual culture, both geographically and culturally.
Founded in the year 1591 by fifth Qutb Shahi Ruler Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah.
The original city of Hyderabad was founded on the banks of river Musi. Now known as the historic old city, home to the Charminar, Falaknuma Palace, Chowmallah Palace and Makkah Masjid, it lies on the southern bank of the river.
Hyderabad and Secunderabad are twin cities, separated by the Husain Sagar (bound by the 'Tank Bund'), a man made lake made during the time of Ibrahim Qutb Shah in 1562.