volume-12-Issue 2 (2020)
JUSPN, volume-12, Issue 2 (2020) , PP 25 - 30
Published: 30 Apr 2020
by Bassel Emad, Omar Atef, Yehya Shams, Ahmed El-Kerdany, Nada Shorim, Ayman Nabil, Ayman Atiab from Faculty Of Computer Science, Misr International University (MIU), Cairo, Egypt Faculty Of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Helwan University (HU), Cairo, Egypt Faculty Of Computer Science, October University for Modern Sciences and Arts (MSA), Cairo, Egypt
Abstract: Karate is a martial art that can be performed using hands and feet to deliver and block strikes. Karate Kata moves must be executed in a unique way, many moves are performed incorrectly during training. In this paper, we offer a system that Karate performers, coaches, judges and sporting clubs could use. The system aids the Karate performers by capturing their moves using Kinect v2 sensor, pre-processing these moves and then analyzing these moves using F-DTW. A report is displayed to the performers that is easily understandable, to learn how the mistakes were made, and how to fix it/learn from them. F-DTW was used for proving the concept, and an average accuracy of 93.65% was achieved. This Paper is mainly concerned about the first Karate Kata (Heian Shodan). read more... read less...
Keywords: Classification, Kinect, Karate Coaching, Recognition, Analysis, Real-time Feedback, Human Movement Analysis.
A Scalable Digital Infrastructure for Sustainable Energy Grid Enabled by Distributed Ledger Technology
JUSPN, volume-12, Issue 2 (2020) , PP 17 - 24
Published: 19 Apr 2020
by Rahim Rahmani, Yuhong Li from Department of Computer and System Sciences, University of Stockholm, Sweden, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China
Abstract: The future of renewable energy transportation and distribution is dynamic and complex, with distributed renewable resources in required distributed control. It is suggested that Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is a timely innovation with the potential to facilitate this future. The transition to full renewable energy requires an infrastructure capable of handling intermittent production that has a low marginal cost. This requires a distributed control logic where devices with embedded intelligence coordinate local production, a decentralized energy market where prices are not primarily based on production, and an underlying digital infrastructure to enable both. Simulations and experiments have demonstrated great potential in such a digital infrastructure, but real-life tests have identified scalability as a remaining challenge. In this paper, we propose a DLT-based architecture for the energy grid with the development of existing solution concepts by implementing scalability solutions. To this end, we derive energy market components as a framework for building efficient microgrid. Then, we discuss the microgrid as a case study of such a market according to the required components within energy production, transmission, and distribution; distributed ledger platform operations, IoT device manufacturing,; software development; and research in IoT, edge and cloud computing, and energy systems. read more... read less...
Keywords: Blockchain, Smart Grid, Scalable Distributed Ledger Technology, Microgrid, Peer-to-peer; Renewable energy, IoT, Edge computing
JUSPN, volume-12, Issue 2 (2020) , PP 09 - 15
Published: 17 Apr 2020
by Yassine Issaoui, Azeddine Khiat, Ayoub Bahnasse, Hassan Ouajji from Lab SSDIA, University Hassan II of Casablanca, Morocco, ENSAM Casablanca, University Hassan II of Casablanca, Morocco
Abstract: The recent increase of new technologies and their involvement into all management processes call into question the smart logistics current models, in which massive amounts of data is collected and controlled. Smart Logistics is considered as fundamental pillar of the 4th industrial revolution 'industry 4.0'. This revolution is based on different concepts including the blockchain technology. Blockchain remains one of the buzzwords in the technological world. So that all sectors are focus on concrete use cases. However, few actors can boast of having devised revolutionary solutions. For good reasons, blockchain technology is still very complex to understand. The purpose of this study is to define the various applications of Blockchain in Smart Logistics, as well as to present concrete examples of these applications. This work was done by classifying the applications according to four clusters: Information, Transport, Finance, and Management, in addition to presenting the applications of each cluster. read more... read less...
Keywords: Blockchain, Smart Logistics, Smart Constracts, Smart Supply Chain Management.
JUSPN, volume-12, Issue 2 (2020) , PP 01 - 07
Published: 12 Apr 2020
by Richard Otrebski, Johannes Rauer, Corinna Engelhardt-Nowitzki, Natalie Kryvinska, Mohamed Aburaia, Dominik Pospisil from UAS Technikum Wien – Department Industrial Engineering, Vienna, Austria, 200 Vienna
Abstract: Cyberphysical production systems are important parts of today’s manufacturing process. The ever-growing need of highly optimized, i.e. at the same time flexible and efficient systems, requires the use of not only appropriate machines, but as well a communication framework and data model that is manufacturer independent and scalable. This paper proposes a communication-framework based on OPC UA that employs an agent-based architecture. The proposed system has been implemented and tested in the Digital Factory of the UAS Technikum Wien. It shows promising behavior within distributed manufacturing systems. read more... read less...
Keywords: communication modeling, data modeling, digital manufacturing, OPC UA, CPPS