Smart Sensors for Better and Safer Living

October 31, 2014
Atif Shamim and Christian Claudel, KAUST Assistant Professors of Electrical Engineering, work together on creating wireless sensor networks for "smart cities." Prof. Shamim describes it as "game changing...It will change the way we do many things in our lives, moving us towards smarter living."
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