Special Sessions

SS7-Emerging Technologies and Future Trends in Electrical & Automation


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Session Chair/ Session Organizers:
Ts. Dr. Ruzlaini Bt Ghoni, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Electrical & Automation Department, University College TATI, Terengganu, MALAYSIA


Aim and Scope
Emerging technologies refer to the continuing development of an existing technology. It is also denotes the emerging of new technology. Emerging technologies have produces new opportunities as well as new challenges to accomodate the existing needs especially in Electrical & Automation area. For example, the development of Internet of Things in wide applications of electrical, electronics, robotic, automation and Non-Destructive testing.
Thus, this special session is aimed to specifically cover the emerging technologies in the related area. It will provides the researchers and related industry in addressing and mutually discussing the latest technologies in a way to elevate and overcome the obstacles faced in this area.

Sub Topics:

• Renewable energy
• Waste energy harvesting
• Internet of Things
• Internet of Robotic Things
• Sensor network
• Smart Grid
• Energy Security
• Electrical Machines
• Drive Technologies
• Power electronics
• Power Generation and Distribution
• Sustainable energy
• Robotic and Automation
• Non Destructive Testing

Technical Program Committee:

1) Ts. Dr. Damhuji Bin Rifai, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Electrical & Automation Department, University College TATI, Terengganu, MALAYSIA
2) Dr. Suzanna Bt Ridzuan Aw, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Electrical & Automation Department, University College TATI, Terengganu, MALAYSIA
3) Ts. Dr. Kharudin Bin Ali, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Electrical & Automation Department, University College TATI, Terengganu, MALAYSIA
4) Nor Hana Bt Mamat, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Electrical & Automation Department, University College TATI, Terengganu, MALAYSIA
5) Lia Safiyah Bt Syafie, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Electrical & Automation Department, University College TATI, Terengganu, MALAYSIA

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