Hear Dr. Simone Silvestri explain the uses of wireless sensors, multirotor drones and other autonomous platforms for autonomous data acquisition at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13, as part of Missouri S&T’s Research & Technology Development Conference 2016. Silvestri’s research interests include heterogeneous wireless sensor networks for emergency situations and smart grid security, and resilience.
Dr. Silvestri will discuss the use of coverage models and the algorithms based on those models and how based on these algorithms you can autonomously and efficiently place sensors and collect data. To register and see the full schedule of events, visit rtd2016.mst.edu. Attendees will be eligible to attend a free social with a live band and fireworks. Food and drinks will be provided. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.