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  • Bandara, RMPS; Attalage, RA [Conference-Full-text]
    Buildings account for approximately 40% of the global energy consumption and 36% of total carbon dioxide emissions. At present, high emphasis is given on the reduction of energy consumption and carbon footprint by optimizing ...
  • Attanayake, WMPP; Deshapriya, KKVVC; Dissanayake, KDMK; Ekanayake, EMKUB [Conference-Full-text]
    This paper describes an implementation of a new PC based RADAR monitoring system which mainly eliminates some limitations in the current monitoring system and introduces some advanced features over the current system. The ...
  • Kajaruban, S; Madarasinghe, BR; Withanage, SP [Conference-Full-text]
    In a large organization there is a bulk information pool which is aggregated from internal and external sources of the organization. It is often very hard to keep track of every part of information that is published in ...
  • Gunawardhana, CLR; Hasanthika, HHM; Piyasena, TDG; Pathirana, SPDP; Fernando, MSD; Perera, AS; Kohomban, U [Conference-Full-text]
    With the extensive growth of technology, it is becoming prominent in making learning more interactive and effective. Due to the use of Internet based resources in the learning process, the visually impaired community faces ...
  • Piyasena, RSV; Herath, HMDB; Prasanna, PPGC; Amarasinghe, YWR [Conference-Full-text]
    In ~his ~aper a prototype smart conveyor system is developed with the integration of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology and a robot hand for product handling in a manufacturing environment. A novel Flexible ...
  • Silva, WGHAM; Hewage, N; Dhanushka, WDM; Nufail, MNM; Nanayakkara, V; Perera, S [Conference-Full-text]
    This paper presents Siyapath, a distributed volunteer computing framework prototype. It takes a novel approach in solving the problem of increasing demand for high performance computing. High performance computing addresses ...
  • Hettiarachchie, PM [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    The aim of this study is to determine the influential power of some cultural and social factors which could uplift the safety culture in the Sri Lankan marine industry and to examine the underlying factors which contributed ...