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Open Theses

21.12.2017

Improving the reliability of Bluetooth Low Energy (NES Group)

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is a popular low-power wireless technology that is already widely used in consumer devices, such as smartphones, wearables, and laptops. Recently, BLE is increasingly used to connect low-power embedded...
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18.12.2017

Firmware Development Concepts for Fuel Cell and Battery Monitoring (EAS Group)

AVL THDA™ is a commercial product to monitor fuel cells and batteries. Currently, the monitoring function is implemented for low temperature PEM fuel cells (LT- PEMFC). The development of algorithms to also monitor other...
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02.10.2017

Win a Data Science Competition! (NES Group)

Data science is becoming increasingly important in both academia and industry. Companies and research institutions publish exciting datasets in a hope to get help of statisticians and data miners to answer important questions, be...
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26.09.2017

A Smart Garbage Container (NES Group)

Every year, Vienna produces roughly one million tonnes of waste. Traditionally, municipalities operate on weekly routes to pick up trash and recyclables on designated days, regardless of whether the containers are full or not....
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26.09.2017

A Mobile 3D Scanner (NES Group)

3D scanning and printing is a low-cost duplicating method. These two technologies together will prove a game-changer for large sections of industry and medicine. Hearing-aid manufacturers, for example, are already producing some...
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06.10.2015

Dependable Embedded Software (EAS Group)

C is still the most commonly used programming language for the implementation of embedded systems. In contrast, other programming languages, like Ada, are much less popular for various reasons, even though they offer useful...
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06.10.2015

Evaluation of Embedded Systems Portability Concepts (EAS Group)

Microcontroller manufacturers commonly produce devices with different architectures, where each one is particularly suitable for a specific application field. While operating systems running on those devices shall always offer...
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06.10.2015

Dynamic Modularity in Embedded Real-Time Systems (EAS Group)

Most of today's embedded real-time systems are strictly static, i.e. they do not allow to start or terminate applications, tasks, or even drivers dynamically. In the automotive domain, OSEK and AUTOSAR compatible applications...
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