This event is hosted by the Resilient Sensory Swarms for Smart Energy and Environment Monitoring (RESE2NSE) Project, and is sponsored by the Philippine-California Advanced Research Institute (PCARI) - Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
In this photo: Message from the Principal Investigator Jan Rabaey of UC Berkeley
The PCARI RESE2NSE project explores the concept of an open swarm hardware and software platform as a means to address energy and environmental monitoring. They use micro-fabrication technologies to enable low-cost, resilient, and scalable instrumentation of the power distribution infrastructure.
- Messages from Dr. John Richard Hizon (UP EEEI Director), Dr. William Padolina (CHED-PCARI Executive Director), and Dr. Jan Rabaey (Principal Investigator)
- Overview of the RESE2NSE Project by Engr. Percival Magpantay
- Introduction to the Global Data Plane by Engr. Rico Jossel Maestro
- Application Development for the Global Data Plane by Engr. Rico Jossel Maestro
- Application Examples: Visualization and Resiliency Apps by Aldrin Ison, Eugene Lim, and Joy Madamba
UP Diliman students get a glimpse of current, future PH space tech possibilities, 14 Aug 2017
(l-r) Research Associate Francisco Felicio from Project 5 (Remote Sensing Product Development); Engr. Benjamin Magallon of Project 3 (Data Processing, Archiving, and Distribution Sub-system); Engr. Ariston Gonzalez of Project 1 (Microsatellite BUS Development) and Engr. John Leur Labrador, also from Project 1 team
The Philippine Microsatellite (PHL-Microsat) Program - Project 1 (Microsatellite BUS Development) team hosted the Philippine Showcase of Space Technology (PSST) on August 14, 2017, held in the UP-MERALCO Innovation Hall, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Institute.