I’m excited to once again be addressing this scientific body on the future of sensors and ad hoc wireless technologies.
Manassas, VA (PRWEB) December 9, 2009
The Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks (MSN 2009) will bring experts from all corners of the globe to China’s Wu Yi Mountains to collaborate, share, and progress research and innovation in these related fields.
Chosen for his doctoral study work, and work furthered after founding Rividium in 2008, Mr. Rivera will panel a discussion on the Future Directions of Networked Sensing Systems. Mr. Rivera will be representing private industry in this panel populated by other well accomplished academics.
“I’m excited to once again be addressing this scientific body on the future of sensors and ad hoc wireless technologies. The last time I addressed this community directly was through my joint research on sensor cryptography; Pairwise Key Management (PKE) scheme for wireless sensor networks, and it was truly an enlightening experience,” says Manny Rivera.
Rividium was created to innovate in the areas of sensor networks, biometrics, and enterprise architecture. Rividium has grown to twenty-five employees, of which forty percent are PhD’s, and has won a number of contracts in these fields. “We have the expertise and will continue to innovate,” says Michael Lasky, VP of R&D at Rividium.
Rividium Inc. is a service-disabled, veteran-owned, small business that provides technology solutions to government clients. To learn more about us please visit http://www.RiVidium.com or send an email to info(at)rividium(dot)com for more information.