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International Journal of Sensors, Wireless Communications and Control

ISSN: 2210-3279 (Print)
eISSN: 2210-3287 (Online)

International Journal of Sensors, Wireless Communications and Control publishes timely research articles, reviews and communications on these three strongly related areas, with emphasis on networked control systems whose sensors are interconnected via wireless communication networks. The emergence of high speed wireless network technologies allows a cluster of devices to be linked together economically to form a distributed system. Wireless communication is playing an increasingly important role in such distributed systems. Transmitting sensor measurements and control commands over wireless links allows rapid deployment, flexible installation, fully mobile operation and prevents the cable wear and tear problem in industrial automation, healthcare and environmental assessment. Wireless networked systems has raised and continues to raise fundamental challenges in the fields of science, engineering and industrial applications, hence, more new modelling techniques, problem formulations and solutions are required.

Special Issues With Active Call for Papers

Submission closes on: Mar 30, 2025
Machine Learning and AI-Enabled Sensor Fusion Techniques for Wireless Communication Systems and Control

This special issue explores the intersection of machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), sensor fusion techniques, wireless communication systems, and control methodologies. Intelligent systems that can effectively handle and analyze enormous volumes of sensor data in real-time are becoming increasingly necessary as Internet of Things devices and sensor networks proliferate. In order to improve sensor fusion and enable the extraction of valuable insights from heterogeneous sensor data streams, machine learning and artificial intelligence approaches present intriguing... see more

Submission closes on: Jan 31, 2025

A Cyber-Physical System (CPS) integrates physical and computational components to monitor and control the physical processes seamlessly. This device collection intercommunicates and interacts with the physical world via sensors and actuators in a feedback loop with heavy use of wireless sensor/actuator networks (WSANs) and can leverage the CPS's overall performance, safety, and reliability. CPSs and the Internet of Things (IoT) support other emerging computing domains, e.g., virtual reality (VR), gaming, and multimedia, to be more... see more

Submission closes on: Jan 31, 2025

This special issue (SI) will examine how Disaster Risk Warning and Management (DRWM) needs innovative, disruptive technologies (IDTs) to improve resilience and reduce hazards in complicated scenarios: 1. Wireless Sensor/Actuator Networks (WSANs) enable remote and portable control by connecting nodes to the actual world. 2. IoT devices, such as sensors, actuators, and infrastructure, provide real-time environmental data for monitoring natural dangers, changes, and alarms. 3. Big Data (BD) analyzes large datasets to identify disaster causes,... see more

Submission closes on: Dec 11, 2024
Security Protocols for Wireless Transmission of High-resolution Images in E-commerce Platforms

The challenges associated with fraudulent activities and protection from interceptors should be fixed before wireless networks can become widely used. The use of security protocols across wireless transmissions is an option. There are several security protocols for connections that are wired or wireless. Consideration must be given to the particulars of the wireless media when choosing the security protocol to use. Specifically, since the wireless transmission throughput is probably constrained, most protocols or apps utilised... see more

Submission closes on: Sep 02, 2024
Wireless and Mobile Networking: Management, Performance, and Security

A plethora of new wireless and mobile communication technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), sensor networks, ad hoc and opportunistic networks, vehicular networks, and mobile networks, have proliferated in the past twenty years. Emerging futuristic applications (such as multimedia, extended reality, and haptics) have demanding performance, availability, reliability, and security requirements, and these technologies currently fall well short of meeting those demands. Furthermore, unlike wired networks, wireless environments present unique challenges to network... see more

Submission closes on: Aug 04, 2024
Information, Trust, and Risk: Exploring the Intersection of Sensing, Wireless Communications, and Control

Sensing technologies, wireless communications, and control systems are becoming ubiquitous in our daily lives, with the potential to enhance and streamline many aspects of modern society. However, this also creates new challenges in terms of ensuring trust and managing risks associated with the use of these technologies. The sheer volume of data that is being collected and shared through these systems, combined with the potential for malicious actors to exploit vulnerabilities in their design and... see more