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Design and development of a mobile application for configuring and using wildlife trackers : master's thesis
Vid Rajtmajer, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: The number of Internet of Things devices has been increasing rapidly in the recent few years, which opens possibilities for many new use cases. One of those is tracking assets, specifically for the conservation of endangered animals. This is the main goal of the OpenCollar tracking device. Its features and communication technologies are described in this master’s thesis. The device supports a variety of configuration options enabling users to tweak it for their specific usage. The main focus of the thesis was to design, implement, and test a cross-platform mobile application that would simplify the configuration process of such a device. All aspects of the application are described with a focus on the communication protocol. In the end, we present the results and conclude that the implemented application greatly simplifies the management of OpenCollar devices.
Keywords: Internet of Things, mobile application, Bluetooth low energy, Long Range
Published in DKUM: 28.01.2022; Views: 249; Downloads: 28
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Development and evaluation of a mobile application prototype for reclamations of citizens in smart cities
Filip Ptiček, 2018, master's thesis

Abstract: The paper addresses the concept of smart cities in the modern age. Various definitions and components of smart cities are presented, along with the top ten smart cities in the world. Purposely selected global smart cities were compared to Ljubljana and Zagreb to demonstrate the differences in certain sectors like economy, environment, governance, urban planning, technology, and others. Next, multiple smart city solutions and applications that facilitate the life of citizens in smart cities were examined. Lastly, a mobile application prototype for citizens' reclamations was developed and evaluated in within this thesis.
Keywords: smart cities, mobile application, android studio, java, comparison of smart cities
Published in DKUM: 21.12.2018; Views: 1120; Downloads: 145
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