Title Towards Future Technologies for Business Ecosystem Innovation
Subtitle (River Publishers Series in Communications)
Author Ramjee Prasad, Leo P. Ligthart
ISBN 9788793609778
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Binding Hardbound
No of pages 180
Book size 152 X 235 mm
Publishing year 2018
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Towards Future Technologies for Business Ecosystem Innovation describes CONASENSE within the broad platform of the CTIF Global Capsule (CGC) covering future technologies and its enablers, smart cities, telemedicine, crowd computing, satellite, unmanned air vehicles, cooperative wireless sensor network, remotely piloted aircraft system, network neutrality as well as virtual business model.



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Chapter 1: The Enablers of Future Wireless Ecosystem (Vandana Rohokale and Ramjee Prasad) • Introduction • Evolution of Wireless Communication • First Generation (1G) of Mobile Communication • Second Generation (2G) Cellular Communication • Third Generation (3G) of Mobile Communication • Fourth Generation (4G) of Mobile Communication • Fifth Generation (5G) of Mobile Communication • FWE Enablers • IoT and M2M • Visible Light Communication • Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) • Introduction of Intelligence in Wireless Networks • Segmentation Strategy for FWE • Threats to Future Wireless Ecosystem • Usable Security and Privacy • Summary • References • Biographies

Chapter 2: Wireless Access in Future Smart Cities and Data Driven Business Opportunities
(Vladimir Poulkov) • Introduction • The Unified Wireless Access for Future Smart Cities • Performance of the UWA as a Cyber Physical System and the Data in the Cloud • The UWA as Enabler of New Data Driven Business Models in SC • Conclusion • References • Biography

Chapter 3: 5G and Telemedicine: A Business Ecosystem Relationship within CONASENSE Paradigm (Ambuj Kumar, Sadia Anwar and Ramjee Prasad) • Introduction • Important Attributes of 5G In Relation to Telemedicine • Some of the Important Attributes Concerning 5G Are as Follows • Research Challenges • Bandwidth Requirements for Offloading Medical Services and Applications • Reliability and Availability Requirements • Standards and Security • Minimum delay require for delay application services • Bandwidth requirement for video based application • Security requirement and data encryption • Business Ecosystem Paradigm in Relation to the Integration of Communication, Navigation, Sensing and Services • Value Proposition • Users and Customers • Networks • Competences • Value Chain Function • Value Formula • Relations • Conclusion • References • Biographies

Chapter 4: Radios for Crowd Counting Applications (Ernestina Cianca, Simone Di Domenico,
Mauro De Sanctis and Tommaso Rossi)
• Introduction • Shopping Analytics • Applications Requirements • Traditional and Novel Approaches for Crowd Counting • Vision-based • Sensors-based • Device-based Solutions • Device-free Solutions • Device-free Approaches Using Signals of Opportunity • Future Perspectives and Conclusions • References • Biographies

Chapter 5: Applications of CONASENSE (Sriganesh K. Rao and Ramjee Prasad) • Introduction • Role of Satellites in CONASENSE • Role of Unmanned Air Vehicles (Drones) in CONASENSE • Fixed Wing Drones • Multi Rotor Drones Are Shown Below • Hybrid Drones • Applications of CONASENSE Based on Satellites • Disaster Monitoring and Real-Time Management • Telemedicine for eHealth • Mountain Rescue • Maritime Surveillance • Road Traffic Optimization • Oil Spill • Precision Agriculture/Farming • Transportation — Fleet Management & Cargo Condition Monitoring • Emergency Call • Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) • Autonomous Vehicles • Applications of CONASENSE Based on UAVs • Inspection and Monitoring • Videography/Photography • Real Estate • Disaster Response • Government • Environment • Agriculture • Tourism • Utilities/Mining/Oil/Gas • Mapping • Conclusions • References • Biography

Chapter 6: Cooperative Wireless Sensor Networks: A Game Theoretic Approach (Homayoun Nikookar and Herman Monsuur) • Introduction • Challenges in WSN • Propagation Channel • Cognitive WSNs • Joint Communication and Sensing in One Technology for WSNs • Security of WSNs • Cooperative Aspect of WSNs • A Game-Theoretic Framework for WSN • Aspect of Game Theory Relevant for Cooperative WSN • Technical Welfare • Transitions between Partitions • Testing Stability; D-Stable Partitions • An Illustrative Example (WSN for Intruder Detection Scenario) • Summary • References • Biographies

Chapter 7: EASY-PV: RPAS Professional Business Application (Bilal Muhammad and Ramjee Prasad) • Introduction • EGNSS High Accuracy System for Improving Photovoltaic Plant Maintenance • EASY-PV System Architecture • EASY-PV System Design • Service Center • RPAS • RPAS Ground Station • EASY-PV Users & Customers • Conclusion • References • Biography

Chapter 8: The Situation of Network Neutrality in Service Innovation Era (Yapeng Wang and Ramjee Prasad) • Introduction • NN • Innovative Services • CONASENSE • The Network Neutrality • The Concept NN • The Principles of NN • The State of the Art of NN • History of NN • The Analysis of Abolition of NN • Current Discussion of NN • Service innovation • The investment on the network infrastructure • The management of internet traffic by internet service providers and what constitutes reasonable traffic management • CONASENSE • Network Neutrality Impact on CONASENSE Service Innovation • From Social and Economic Aspect • The Influence of NN Abolition • Impact on CONASENSE Services • Conclusions • References • Biography

Chapter 9: “The Virtual Business Model” — Towards a Virtualized Communications World — Challenges and Opportunities (Peter Lindgren) • Introduction • Virtual Related to the Levels of the Business Model and Business Model Innovation • Virtual Related to the Levels of the Business Model and Business Model Innovation • Virtual BM’s Related to Competence, Capability and Core Competence • Virtual BM’s Related to Network and Network Based BM’s • What Does Virtual Actual Mean — and How Has it Previously Been Defined? • Virtual Businesses • Virtual BM Related to How New the Business Model Is • How Do We Define Virtual Related to Business Model? • Challenges and Potential of Virtual Related to Business Model? • Conclusion • References • Biography


About the Editors:

Ramjee Prasad is a Professor of Future Technologies for Business Ecosystem Innovation (FT4BI) in the Department of Business Development and Technology, Aarhus University, Denmark. He is the Founder President of the CTIF Global Capsule (CGC). He is also the Founder Chairman of the Global ICT Standardisation Forum for India, established in 2009. GISFI has the purpose of increasing of the collaboration between European, Indian, Japanese, North-American and other worldwide standardization activities in the area of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and related application areas. He has been honored by the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy as a Distinguished Professor of the Department of Clinical Sciences and Translational Medicine on March 15, 2016. He is Honorary Professor of University of Cape Town, South Africa, and University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. He has received Ridderkorset af Dannebrogordenen (Knight of the Dannebrog) in 2010 from the Danish Queen for the internationalization of top-class telecommunication research and education. He has received several international awards such as: IEEE Communications Society Wireless Communications Technical Committee Recognition Award in 2003 for making contribution in the ?eld of “Personal, Wireless and Mobile Systems and Networks”, Telenor’s Research Award in 2005 for impressive merits, both academic and organizational within the ?eld of wireless and personal communication, 2014 IEEE AESS Outstanding Organizational Leadership Award for: “Organizational Leadership in developing and globalizing the CTIF (Center for TeleInFrastruktur) Research Network”, and so on. He has been Project Coordinator of several EC projects namely, MAGNET, MAGNET Beyond, eWALL and so on. He has published more than 30 books, 1000 plus journal and conference publications, more than 15 patents, over 100 PhD Graduates and larger number of Masters (over 250). Several of his students are today worldwide telecommunication leaders themselves.

Leo P. Ligthart, CONASENSE, the Netherlands.

Target Audience:

This text is suitable for people interested in Future technologies and its enablers, smart cities, telemedicine, crowd computing, satellite, unmanned air vehicles , cooperative wireless sensor network, remotely piloted aircraft system, network neutrality as well as virtual business model. It is helpful for courses in Electronics Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering and Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering.


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