Ganz Chockalingam

 

 


 

Ganz Chockalingam is a telematics expert and Research Scientist at the California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) at UC San Diego. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Iowa. Chockalingam has worked on a multi-modal prototype that allowed someone sitting in a car to request information by voice to a system, and the system would provide a text response on the car's display which could also provide driving instructions on request, one step at a time as the driver needed it, and has collaborated on a project with Saudi Arabian researchers on server-side of the programming equation for mobile phone applications dealing with crowd control.

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Nov 28th 2016

Have you wondered how information from physical devices in the real world gets communicated to Smartphone processors? Do you want to make informed design decisions about sampling frequencies and bit-width requirements for various kinds of sensors? Do you want to gain expertise to affect the real world with actuators such as stepper motors, LEDs and generate notifications?

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Nov 28th 2016

Do you want to develop skills to prototype mobile-enabled products using state-of-the-art technologies? In this course you will build a hardware and software development environment to guide your journey through the Internet of Things specialization courses. We will use the DragonBoard™ 410c single board computer (SBC).

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Nov 28th 2016

It is hard to imagine life without your Smartphone – you have come to rely on it so much – for your work; to stay in touch with family and friends; to capture and share those special moments; to find your way around in a new neighborhood. Did you ever wonder how and when all this happened? Or how and when GPS sensors came to be in your cell phone?

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Nov 21st 2016

Content is an eminent example of the features that contributed to the success of wireless Internet. Mobile platforms such as the Snapdragon™ processor have special hardware and software capabilities to make acquisition, processing and rendering of multimedia content efficient and cost-effective.

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Nov 14th 2016

Have you wondered how “Things” talk to each other and the cloud? Do you understand the alternatives for conveying latency-sensitive real time data versus reliable signaling data? Building on the skills from the Sensing and Actuation course, we will explore protocols to exchange information between processors. In this course, you will learn how VoIP systems like Skype work and implement your own app for voice calls and text messages.

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