The Wireless Research Centre conducts research relating to the wireless communication industry, taking into account the latest developments in technology and the current situation of the society.
The Wireless Research Centre provides a unique and effective platform to cater to both students and industrial providers towards the goal of achieving the maximum potential of what wireless research can provide to society. The Centre is conscious of the latest trends in the market as well as the technological advancements, and we aim to further expand our knowledge, so we can innovate solutions to the challenges posed in science and other technical aspects relating to wireless communication.
The Centre is equipped with the resources and the advisers to help train students, so they may develop their talents and skills in order to bring out the best of their abilities. With the training and experience that the students will be exposed to, they will be able to graduate as well-trained students who are ready for employment.
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If you think about it, top 5 best affordable home insurers companies and smart home devices seem like an unusual combination. However, if you look closely, there are many ways why insurance companies start marketing their services with these devices.
The use of technological advances such as devices with artificial intelligence (A.I.) is becoming a common occurrence in this generation. These A.I. are integrated into smart home devices in order for it to be easily …
Dr. Samuel Decker is a research leader of the Wireless Research Centre. She was named and invited to be the inaugural theme leader in the Geospatial Research Institute (GRI) with the theme GeoUrban: Smart Cities and Infrastructure.
The GRI is a unit that operates within the University of Canterbury. It conducts a wide range of research projects relating to geospatial-related research.
The theme, Smart Cities and Infrastructure is a popular and significant topic to a lot of people and it has gained the attention of many due to the fact that a lot of opportunities have arisen in relation to the rebuilding of Christchurch. The …
Chris Hendricks is a doctoral student from Massey University. He has previously worked with Sirtrack as a Wildlife Telemetry Consultant and he was also a Product Manager of Trimble.
He is widely known for his work in relation to the development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or UAVs. It is known in layman’s term as drones.
Drones have gained popularity over the years and it has likewise evolved in terms of its features.
It has helped a lot of researchers in terms of conducting their studies in far-flung areas or hard-to-reach areas since the drones can get a clear view of the areas without having to be physically …
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