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Graduated: 2007, Higher Institute of Industry (HII)-Libya, M.Sc.
Asma Elmangoush received her Msc in Electronic and Computer Engineering form the Higher Institute of Industry (HII) -Libya, where she works as an Assistant Lecturer since 2007 responsible in teaching various courses (e.g Computer Networks, C++ Programmming). Also she is a member of the communication research group@ HII. She has been active in various projects within this group in NGN topics. Her research interests are Quality of Service and IMS. In addition she was a member of consulting team for the Misurata Free Zone (MFZ) Company, the team was responsible to and follow-up the project of building the communication networks and security system in MFZ.
She has joined the team of Prof. Magedanz since October 2011.
For the last decades, we have witnessed new
technological evolutions in the Internet, wireless networks, and
sensors fields. Providing the ablity to build smart systems that
improve quality of life and enhance environment management. However,
most available smart systems are implemented based on proprietary
hardware/software solutions, restricting interoperation, which is
required for large-scale Smart City solutions. To enable the
implementation of a general Smart City solution, a platform is needed
to fulfill the communication requirements between heterogeneous access
technologies. Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication platforms will
take the role of controlling the communication between all connected
objects and systems, constructing the Internet of Things (IoT).
Currently Asma is member of the OpenMTC team at the Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS competence center NGNI, devolping a prototype implementation of an M2M middleware aiming to provide a standard-compliant platform for Smart City and M2M services.
She is implementing a Software development kit (SDK) for the OpenMTC toolkit, that make the core assets and service capabilities available to third party developers. The OpenMTC SDK consists of a set of high-level APIs which hide internal system details and allow the developer to concentrate on implementing functional M2M application logic.