International Multi-Conference on Computing, Communication, Electrical & Nanotechnology (I2CN-2K18)
– a platform for researchers
On
26th & 27th April, 2018
Hosted by
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Mangalam College Of Engineering
Ettumanoor, Kottayam,Kerala India-686631
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Prof. Er Meng Joo
Nanyang Technological University
Singapore
Website: http://research.ntu.edu.sg/expertise/academicprofile

Abstract

Intelligent Automation: Recent Developments and Futuristic Trends

Intelligent automation, the combination of artificial intelligence and automation, is already helping companies transcend conventional performance tradeoffs to achieve unprecedented levels of efficiency and quality. Applications range from the routine (collecting, analyzing, and making decisions about textual information) to the revolutionary (guiding autonomous vehicles and advanced robots). In this talk, recent developments of Intelligent Automation with applications in the healthcare industry, domestic services, surveillance and security, etc will be reviewed. The futuristic trends and challenges will also be discussed.





Prof. Sisil Kumarawadu
University of Moratuwa
Srilanka
Website: www.elect.mrt.ac.lk/sisil

Abstract

Intelligent Buildings: The Past and the Future

In this speech, the speaker will share the lessons and insights from his decades’ long involvements in the areas of systems automation and automatic control with special emphasis on resource and operationally efficient smart buildings. In many countries 30-40% of energy is consumed by the commercial and industrial buildings. Manual and semi-automatic control and monitoring are becoming increasingly impractical with ever increasing complexities in modern day building services systems. Power efficiency is very low in classical on-off and fixed speed flow throttling control-based HVAC systems. Because the buildings account for significant percentage of greenhouse gas emission in many countries, there is growing interest in environmentally responsible green buildings around the world. The transition that is being taken place from the past classical methods that are predominantly prevalent in South Asia to the future of intelligent buildings in their quest to achieve the optimal resource and operational efficiency in the light of emerging technological trends in built-in control hardware, power electronics, high-frequency induction motors, internet-of-things, big data analytics, and cloud computing will be discuss.