Bio: Hasan Farahneh, Professor, The University of Jordan school of Engineering, Jordan
Dr. Hasan Farahneh Received the B.S. degree from Al-Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan in 1985, and the M.Sc. degree from the University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan in 2004. From 2004 to 2013, he was an instructor at Electrical Engineering department at the University of Jordan. Hasan Farahneh earned his PhD from Toronto Metropolitan University-Toronto – Canada in 2018 in affiliation with RCL Lab. Now he is a senior instructor at the University of Jordan since September, 2018. His research interest includes wireless and visible light communication. His current research is focused on vehicular communication using visible light spectrum.
Abstract: "Performance Analysis of a Hybrid Channel for Foglet Assisted Smart Asset Reporting"
Smart asset management along road sides and in deserted areas is a topic of deprived attention. We find most of the work in emergency reporting services in intelligent transportation system (ITS) and rural areas, but not much in asset reporting. Currently available asset management mechanisms are based on scheduled maintenance and does not effectively report any emergency situation in timely manner. In this paper, we propose an hybrid communication system for asset management and emergency reporting architecture for smart transportation. We incorporate Foglets along with visible light communication (VLC) and radio frequency (RF) communication. We present channel model and parameters of an hybrid model to support intelligent transportation system (ITS) system. Simulations show high improvement in the system performance in terms of communication range and received data. We present comparative analysis of hybrid ITS system implementation and VLC system alone.