Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference "Quality Management,Transport and Information Security, Information Technologies" (IT&QM&IS)
The IEEE Russia North West Section, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University “LETI”, and the European Centre for Quality (Moscow) are pleased to present the Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference "Quality Management, Transport and Information Security, Information Technologies" (IT&QM&IS). The Conference was held in St. Petersburg, Russia on September 24–30, 2017, and it was proudly hosted by Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University “LETI”. The Organizing Committee believes and trusts that we have been true to the spirit of collegiality that members of IEEE value whilst also maintaining a high standard as we reviewed papers, provided feedback and now present a strong body of published work in this collection of proceedings.
The themes for this year's conference were chosen as a means of bringing together academics and industrialists, engineering and management research, manufacturing and teaching, and providing a basis for discussion of issues arising across the engineering and business community in relation to Quality Management, Information Technologies, Transport and Information Security aimed at developing engineers and managers for the future. The aim in these proceedings has been to present high quality work in an accessible medium, for use in a wide community of academics, engineers, managers, and industrialists, the community united by the key words Science, Education, Innovations in engineering. To achieve this aim, all abstracts were blind reviewed, and full papers submitted for publication in this journal of proceedings were subjected to a rigorous reviewing process.
The article deals with the features of creation of tools for monitoring and neuronet identification of complex gasair mixtures using devices such as 'electronic nose' equipped with semiconductor gas sensitive sensors in the form of matrix are considered. The results of experimental studies on the analysis and recognition of various gas mextures based on the use of artificial neural networks in the proctssing of streaming signals from a gas sensitive matrix.
The paper considers WBAN and intersegment WBAN communication approaches. At present, WBAN is rapidly developing. So, it’s necessary to study not only WBAN standards and technologies, but also WBAN to WBAN interaction, especially using IBC. In this work the IEEE 802.15.6 standard is considered, BodyCom technology has been studied. Practical tasks that can be solved by IBC WBAN intersegment communication are described. We offer a new approach to intersegment communication in IBC WBAN, where different WBAN are represented as segments of a single network. The behavior of the approach at different OSI model layers is considered. Research can be useful in applications such as medicine, sports, education, entertainment and Internet of Things.
The author reviews the structure of a mobile radio facility system, presents an analysis of electromagnetic fields of the transmitter and of the contact disturbance source in vehicles, and provides a ratio for calculating the signal in the receiver antenna.
Assessment tools in MOOCs vary from simple tests to customizable scripts with adaptive feedback, but commonly they check student's submission for correct answer. In real life we often meet cases where many correct answers are possible and the best solution requires good feeling of the context of implementation. This paper describes an approach experimentally implemented for online course of video technologies where engineering tasks are often based on real-life experience, not just specifications and rules. To transfer this experience a multi-layer model of assessment was proposed and partly implemented in experimental tasks. This example shows how assessment tool turns out a training platform where technically correct solution is just a start of work and variable feedback leads students to understanding of engineering approach, given by the author of the tasks.