Work place: Condition Monitoring and Reliability Professional, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Research Interests: Statistics, Analysis of Algorithms, Data Structures and Algorithms, Decision Support System
Dr. Chinmaya Kar completed bachelors in mechanical engineering, masters in Industrial engineering and management and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering. He has 11 years of research experience at various organizations such as Honeywell ACS Advanced Technology Lab, General Electric Global Research, INSA (Lyon, France), Crompton Greaves Limited and IIT Kharagpur. He has also 7 years teaching experience. His interests include reliability analysis and condition monitoring, data analytics (such as decision support system, signal processing, statistics etc.), and internet of everything. Currently, he is a Honeywell Fellow at Honeywell Technology Solutions, where he is leading initiatives of ‘Condition Monitoring’ and ‘Internet of Everything’. Chinmaya is part of various initiatives on products/ prototypes such as Asset Manager, Equipment Health Monitoring, Idler Monitoring, Compressor Blade Health Monitoring etc. He is leading global projects such as WiBRATE (under European Commission’s FP7 grant) and Idler Monitoring under these initiatives. Chinmaya has authored nearly 20 publications in various journals and conferences, 13 patents, 2 provisional patents, 3 trade secrets and nearly 36 disclosures (reports). He is a recipient of Erasmus Mundus Fellowship from European Commission and High-Value Ph.D. Fellowship from IIT, Kharagpur. He has also received several awards from Honeywell and GE - notably the annual Prolific Innovator award from Honeywell in 2012 and Management award from GE in 2007. He is a reviewer of journals such as ‘IEEE Transaction on Industrial Electronics’, ‘Mechanical Systems and Signal processing’, and ‘Journal of Sound and Vibration’ and 'Journal of Vibration and Control'. He has chaired sessions at International conference of CM/MFPT 2013 held at Poland. He is a certified vibration analyst Cat III and has certification on six sigma DFSS greenbelt. He has delivered a number of invited talks at different organizations.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijisa.2015.02.06, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2015
The next generation of Internet of things that connects the things, people and the process through which the people and things interact is coined as Internet of Everything. Safety management is constructed as a complex system of systems design coordinating with each other like the Fire Alarm System or Gas Detection System as well as the Emergency response like the Fire Fighters and Para-Medicals like the Ambulatory services. The governments have been setting up national broadband plans and separate dedicated spectrum for Public Safety Communications used for effective information rich emergency management and response. This paper outlines the evolution of the public safety LTE network and its applicability in the safety management system and safety preparedness. It also describes the role of Smart Objects and Internet of Everything in Safety Management. To achieve this, this paper develops the information models for safety management systems to be used in IoE utilizing the broad-band LTE networks.[...] Read more.
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