Centre for Real-time Information Networks
The Centre for Real-Time Information Networks (CRIN) was established by UTS in 2007 as one of the core UTS research strengths. The CRIN researchers are primarily within the Faculty of Engineering at UTS, but also has significant connections to other Faculties of UTS and to the industry.
CRIN seeks to apply real-time information and communication technologies to engineering systems that are designed to provide social benefit in Australia. The centre's areas of interest include national security, healthcare diagnosis and monitoring, environmental and resource monitoring and the smart use of the Internet and the web in supporting industry. Its five primary research themes are: real-time web engineering; networked sensor information processing; wireless communication networks; network management; and architecture-based engineering.
- Real time Web engineering
- Networked sensor information processing
- Wireless communication networks
- Network management
- Architecture-based Engineering