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Research in Wireless Sensor Networks

Sensor / September 8, 2020

Amrita Wireless Networks and Applications have launched the M.Tech. program in 2009 one of the advanced topics of today, wireless networks and applications building on a very successful joint project called WINSOC with about a dozen international partners. The program is highly successful with currently six batches having completed the course. Center has excellent placement records. Admissions are based on Academic Merit and Interview or Entrance Test.download_0.jpg Department currently offers Masters (M.Tech) and a PhD programs The M.Tech program is accredited by AICTE and GATE scholarships are available to eligible students... Read more»

AmritaWNA is committed to progressive research and learning and has established strong ties with many academic institutions, government agencies, and industrial organizations. Over the past several years, the department has brought together expertise from large companies, various universities, and research centers, around the world, to help tackle many of society’s problems via the use of wireless technology. These collaborations have further enabled Amrita WNA to fulfil its mission of developing “technology for humanity”Read more».

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AmritaWAmritaWNA have developed World's First Wireless Sensor Network System for the Detection and Early Warning of Landslides
The Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications (AmritaWNA) is a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary center for teaching and research at Amrita University, Kollam campus.In less than a decade.

Source: www.amrita.edu