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Couwenberg, Ruben (author)
The Internet of Things (IoT) consists out of billions of devices. This vast size magnifies the security and efficiency challenges the IoT faces. Blockchain (BC) features like decentralisation, immutability and smart contracts can negate these IoT challenges. <br/>In this paper we discuss how BC based solutions can significantly increase the...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Janssen, Jeroen (author)
The Internet of Things (IoT) is producing significant amounts of data. Protecting this data from adversaries is therefore a prominent field of research. This paper conducts a review of the current state-of-the-art in the field of IoT integrated with Blockchain (BC) and Machine Learning (ML). The review focuses on the use of privacy and...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Kramer, Tim (author)
The dramatic increase in the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices has created rapid growth for exploitation of security flaws and vulnerabilities. Particularly for critical infrastructure and real-time systems security threats can be highly damaging. Machine Learning (ML) algorithms have demonstrated the ability to combat the security...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Nguyen, Phu (author)
Tactile Internet opens many new possibilities as it solves one of the critical problems in the modern-day Internet, namely latency. Remote operations are possible that are deemed too dangerous with current technologies. Interacting directly with the remote environment without being physically present will be a life-changing experience. Before...
master thesis 2023
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van Berlo, Kilian (author)
Humans interact more and more at a distance these days. Where currently, this interaction is mainly visual and auditory, Tactile Internet (TI) also allows for remote kinesthetic interactions. With the devel- opment of TI, a paradigm shift is on the horizon where the current internet evolves from content delivery to a skill-set delivery network....
master thesis 2022
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Prins, Nathan (author)
The growing field of research into batteryless or intermittent systems has enabled Internet of Things applications that were previously impossible. For example, the FreeBie system recently introduced Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE)<br/>to intermittent devices, making medium to long range bi-directional communication a reality for the first time....
master thesis 2022
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Pulles, Annemijn (author)
Due to the increasing use of Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices people have created an entirely new digital world for themselves. However, the security and privacy risk in this world are emerging. People using smart devices for everything in their lives are not realising that every interaction is collected and stored in databases. This study has...
master thesis 2022
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Griffioen, H.J. (author)
The growing dependency on interconnected devices makes cyber crime increasingly lucrative. Together with the rise of premade tools to perform exploits, the number of cyber incidents grows rapidly each year. Defending against these threats becomes increasingly difficult as organizations depend heavily on the Internet and have many different...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Yildirim, Deniz (author)
Tactile Internet (TI) allows kinesthetic interactions with a remote environment and haptic sensory feedback over a network, essentially adding a new sensory dimension to the internet. TI has a wide range of applications such as enabling remote work for professions that require human hands and tactile sensory input like car repairs or medical...
master thesis 2022
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Erceylan, Meriç (author)
In this Thesis a fast, low-cost, anthropomorphic robotic hand with tactile feedback is designed. The hand consists of an index finger and a thumb, both of which have four degrees of freedom. All eight degrees of freedom are fully actuated using eight servomotors whose forces are transferred using tendons. The design introduces tendon routing to...
master thesis 2022
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MIYAWAKI, YU (author)
Entanglement is an essential resource for a variety of applications, such as distributed quantum computing and quantum cryptography. However, long-distance entanglement generation is challenging because of two reasons: photon loss occurs as an exponential function of distance through an optical fiber and the no-cloning theorem prevent us from...
master thesis 2022
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Thiessen, Sven (author)
The uprise of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been a hot topic for several years. While many see these devices and think they bring ease to their lives, it is far from reality. Researchers found many privacy and security problems within these devices in the last years. The popularity of these devices causes many users to bring a device into...
master thesis 2022
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Bresser, Hannah (author)
Loved ones play a crucial role in people’s happiness by regulating interpersonal affect to maintain and build relationships (Niven et al., 2012). Something existing services and mediated technologies do not cover as desired: leaving out the more subtle and often non-verbal communication qualities that bring warmth and positive mood-regulating...
master thesis 2022
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de Kluijver, Lisa (author)
Throughout the work, the goal was to develop the physical layer of a quantum network stack. The layer of the network stack connected to the physical layer is the link layer. For entanglement-based quantum networks, we demonstrated the successful operation of a link layer and a physical layer. The physical layer’s entanglement generation...
master thesis 2022
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Baars, Thomas (author)
A problem faced by Tactile Internet (TI) is the distance limitation. A possible solution is to create a simulation of the remote environment, such that the delay experienced by a human operator is reduced. However, to obtain a model of the remote environment, before the user interacts with it, we need to be able to estimate the physical...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Yang, Haocheng (author)
Tactile internet enables communication in a new layer of immersion, touch. It has the potential to transform the landscape of digital communication. However, the achievable scale of tactile internet is severely limited by its 1 ms round-trip latency. We propose a workaround for the latency through tactile simulation, which can bypass the...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Van Acoleyen, Neil (author)
As technology evolves, transmission speeds become faster. Tactile Internet requires ultra-low-latency (ULL) communications to further immerse humans in a remote environment by transmitting movement and force feedback, allowing them to interact with that environment in real-time. However, no transmission speed can be fast enough to support the "1...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Buijs, Teun (author)
The tactile internet can be described as the next step of the internet. It can empower people, adding physical interactions to what normally is just an audiovisual experience.<br/>It however does need ultra-low latency. <br/>A solution to having delays can be found in environment simulation.<br/>This paper describes a way to find the correct...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Dirrix, Joop (author)
With the ever increasing number of wirelessly operated connected devices, the environmental consequences that this trend brings about need to be considered. This project has been carried out to explore the possibilities for transitioning industrial IoT sensor nodes into the circular economy.<br/><br/>Wireless sensor nodes are battery powered...
master thesis 2022
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Oostenbroek, Alexander (author)
Global supply chains currently are inefficient and unsustainable, due to their overlap and lack of interconnection. The Physical Internet (PI) proposes a paradigm shift in the way we move, store, supply, realize and use goods. The goal of the PI is to interconnect global supply chains, amongst others, on a digital level. For this, information...
master thesis 2022
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