Anuar Mohamed Kassim

Technical University of Malaysia Malacca

Ir. Ts. Dr. Anuar bin Mohamed Kassim received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2006 from Ehime University, Japan. At the beginning of his career, he spent two years as an R&D Engineer in the Optical Disc Drive Department in Panasonic Communications Co. Ltd, Japan. In 2010, he received a master’s degree in System Innovation Engineering from Tokushima University, Japan. Later that year, he was appointed lecturer at Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka and was promoted to senior lecturer in 2013 due to vast achievements in his research. In 2017, he received his doctorate in System Innovation Engineering from Tokushima University, Japan, and continued his postdoctoral work at Ghent University, Belgium. There, he worked in the field of Precision Agriculture through the FWO Odysseus project awarded by Belgium. In this position, he worked in the Site-Specific Management (SiteMan) project within the Precision Scoring Group to develop the precision measurement of soil, crop-sensing devices, geospatial mapping, and analysis. His research interests include wireless sensor networks, assistive technology, system innovation, robotics, automation, the Internet of Things (IoT), precision agriculture, and smart systems. He has also completed 25 research projects and is currently working on another 10 such projects. Finally, he has received international and national awards and filed industrial design, copyright, and patents for various products.

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The development of smart cities is important and beneficial to a government and its citizens. With the advent of the smartphone, rapid and reliable communication between and among individuals and governments has become ubiquitous. Everything can be connected and accessed easily with the touch of a finger. Changes in mobile internet telecommunication systems allow for the advance of new urbanization using smart city development methods. The evolution of technology in Industry 4.0, such as the advancement of cutting-edge sensors utilizing the Internet of things (IoT) concept, has wide applications in developing various smart systems. This publication analyzes the interconnected cyber-physical systems inherent in smart cities, and the development methods and applications thereof.

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