Ondrej Krejcar

Technical University of OstravaCzech Republic

Dr. Ondrej Krejcar received his Master of Science in Control and Information Systems at Department of Measurement and Control, VSB Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic in 2002. He also received a Ph.D. in Technical Cybernetics at same department in 2008 and completed his habilitation in 2011 at faculty of electrical engineering and computer science on same university. He is currently an Associated Professor at University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic and a Research Associate Professor at Centre for Applied Cybernetics on VSB TU Ostrava, Czech Republic. His research interests cover a wide area from mobile and embedded devices, wireless networks with sensors and software framework architectures. As a result of his research in mentioned areas he wrote over 10 journal papers, more than 30 Lecture Notes chapters and more than 60 other conference papers. He was a member of working group on the 5th EU FP – TRANSCAT and several other projects.

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Telemetry is based on knowledge of various disciplines like Electronics, Measurement, Control and Communication along with their combination. This fact leads to a need of studying and understanding of these principles before the usage of Telemetry on selected problem solving. Spending time is however many times returned in form of obtained data or knowledge which telemetry system can provide. Usage of telemetry can be found in many areas from military through biomedical to real medical applications. Modern way to create a wireless sensors remotely connected to central system with artificial intelligence provide many new, sometimes unusual ways to get a knowledge about remote objects behaviour. This book is intended to present some new up to date accesses to telemetry problems solving by use of new sensors conceptions, new wireless transfer or communication techniques, data collection or processing techniques as well as several real use case scenarios describing model examples. Most of book chapters deals with many real cases of telemetry issues which can be used as a cookbooks for your own telemetry related problems.

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