Work place: Ahram Canadian University (ACU)
Research Interests: Computer systems and computational processes, Embedded System, Information Systems, Data Structures and Algorithms, Analysis of Algorithms, Models of Computation
Hussam Elbehiery received the B.Sc. degree in Communication and Electro-physics from the Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University in 1994, He received the M.Sc. degree in Electronics from Benha University, Cairo, Egypt in 2001. He attained the Ph.D. in Electronics from Benha University in 2005. He took his Associate Professor degree in Computer Science field 2016. He was selected to Benha University as adjunct professor for teaching and graduation project’s supervision. He has presided or participated in a variety of more than 46 graduation projects. He had chosen for supervision of many post-doctoral, PhD desertion and MSc thesis. He is currently working as the Head of Computer Networks Department – Faculty of Computer science and Information Technology – Ahram Canadian University. His current research interests include design and implementations of Biometric systems, embedded systems, ciphering algorithms, GPS applications, Computer Engineering applications and Wireless communication techniques.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2018.09.04, Pub. Date: 8 Sep. 2018
The suggested system aims to develop the level of security for the Egyptian police ambushes and to decrease the overcrowding because the traditional police ambushes was depressing in the last decade in Egypt due to the actions of terrorism and the threatening of our nation security, which was causing a waste of human casualties and will decrease the income of the tourism and reputation of our nations. The direct interaction with the vehicles inside the police ambushes may cause an unnecessary overcrowding. The introduced system try to minimize the human element in the police ambush through utilizing RFID technology by specifying an RFID card for each vehicle and vehicle driver which will be like the electronic passport at the RFID Sensing check point before the ambush. After checking for the information saved on the RFID card supposed inside the vehicle and also registered previously on the system server results in giving the vehicle the “PASS” signal or “ARRESSTED” signal which required a capture photo shot for the vehicle. So that system aims to increase the security level and reduce casualties of police ambushes anywhere even if it is fixed or non-fixed.[...] Read more.
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