Tag: drones

March 6, 2018

Using Fog Computing & Networking for Drone Camera Efficiencies

By Dr. Aakanksha Chowdhery, Associate Research Scholar,  Princeton University   This is part two of a two-series blog on this topic.   In my first blog, I highlighted how fog computing works with drones to make them more efficient and help to locally process necessary information.  Fog-computing-based architectures can provide two key benefits to emerging…  Read More

 

February 27, 2018

Send in the Drones: Enabling Operational Efficiencies through Fog Computing

by Aakanksha Chowdhery, Associate Research Scholar at Princeton University This is part one of a two-series blog on this topic.   We have entered an era where commercial drones have processing capability similar to smart phones.  For example, drones come equipped with many types of sensors, and they allow developers to develop and sell applications…  Read More

 


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