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  • Labuschagne, WA; Eloff, MM; Veerasamy, N; Mujinga, M (2011-05)
    Africa may have the lowest number of Internet users in the world, but it also has the highest growth rate and the number of users is steadily growing. A majority of the African population is still excluded from global cyber ...
  • Pieterse, H; Olivier, M (The Journal of Information Warfare, 2013-05)
    The increasing popularity and improvement in capabilities offered by smartphones caught the attention of botnet developers. Now the threat of botnets is moving towards the mobile environment. This study presents the design ...
  • Pieterse, H; Olivier, M (Academic Conferences and Publishing International Ltd, 2013-03)
    The increasing popularity and improvement in capabilities offered by smartphones caught the attention of botnet developers. Now the threat of botnets is moving towards the mobile environment. A mobile botnet is defined as ...
  • Snedden, Glen C; Smyth, J; Bindon, J; Brooks, M; Smith, G (AIAA 2012, 2012-08)
    A South African turbopump design capability would be critical to any future indigenous commercial launch capacity. This paper describes the initial work being done at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) to design a ...
  • Dlamini, I; Olivier, M (2009-07)
    Currently, network evidence used in a court of law can be lacking and inadequate for prosecution purposes, due to a loss of packets during the network transmission. This packet loss in turn may be caused by the congestion ...
  • Pandelani, T; Reinecke, JD; Sono, TJ; Ahmed, R; Beetge, FJ; Nkosi, P; Dicks, P; Nurick, GN (2014-01)
    Anti-Vehicular Landmines (AVLs), under-belly Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) or even side-attack IEDs are found to be some of the major threats for military vehicles and their occupants [1]. The lower extremities of ...
  • Von Solms, S; Van Heerden, RP (2015-07)
    The development of the Network Emulation and Simulation Laboratory is motivated by the drive to contribute to the enhancement of the security and resilience of South Africa's critical information infrastructure. The goal ...
  • Modungwa, D; Tlale, NS; Kumile, CM (2008-06)
    The manufacturing of moulds and dies is achieved through expensive and complicated manufacturing processes. There is a need in the mould and die tool industry for technologically advanced systems/machinery that will be ...
  • Beharie, MM; Pedro, JO; Dala, L (Cambridge University Press, 2015)
    This paper presents the design, development and construction of a flight test stand for a quadrotor UAV. As opposed to alternate forms of UAV, the power plant in the case of the quadrotor serves a dual purpose of control ...
  • Masekamela, I; Tlale, NS; Kumile, CM (2008-11)
    The paper presents the design and the development of a real-time, open architecture controller that is used for control of reconfigurable manufacturing tools (RMTs) in reconfigurable manufacturing systems (RMS). The ...
  • Masekamela, I; Tlale, NS; Kumile, CM (2008-06)
    Unprecedented and abrupt changes in market demands represent new conditions that manufactures of consumer goods need to operate within. Several factors are simultaneously contributing to these market changes, including ...
  • Pieterse, FF; Bidgood, Peter M; Vaz, NF (South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering (SAIMECHE), 2017)
    The requirements that a wind tunnel balance need to satisfy have become increasingly stringent. These requirements, as set out by the wind tunnel testing community, include: improved static force accuracy and resolution, ...
  • Vogt, D; Nyareli, T (Close Range Remote Sensing & Photogrammetry Group, 2008-06)
    It is difficult to build directional antennas for borehole radar due to the limited space available in the borehole. Recently published results show, however, that it is possible to obtain directional information even from ...
  • Ngobeni, SJ; Venter, HS (2009-07)
    The proliferation of wireless mobile communication technology has emerged and this has resulted in the increase of the wireless users. On the other hand, cyber crime in WLANs has appeared to be gradually increasing world ...
  • Sabatta, DG (2009-11)
    Before a robot may be classed as an autonomous system, it must be able to move unaided in an environment. In a known environment or with pre-recorded trajectories, this reduces to the problem of path following. In order ...
  • De Villiers, M (University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2011-02)
    This research project proposes the development of an autonomous, omnidirectional vehicle that will be used for general indoor service applications. A suggested trial application for this service robot will be to deliver ...
  • Adebesin, F; Kotzé, P (South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists, 2012-06)
    The Digital Doorway (DD) is a joint initiative between the South African Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the Meraka Institute of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The DD is a ...
  • Botha, L (IEEE Xplore, 2012-09)
    The cost of antennas for instrumentation radars are determined by the development cost. By re-use of the reflector system cost effective antennas can be designed. The factors governing the design of such antennas are ...
  • Labuschagne, WA; Burke, I; Veerasamy, N; Eloff, MM (2011-08)
    Social networking sites are a popular medium of interaction and communication. Social networking sites provide the ability to run applications and games to test users’ knowledge. The popularity of social networks makes it ...
  • Bembe, MJ; Lysko, AA; Nyandeni, TC; Clark, W (Southern Africa Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference (SATNAC 2009), 2009-08)
    The electronically steerable parasitic array radiator (ESPAR) antenna system is configured with one feed radiating element and N-parasitic radiating elements. The radiation pattern is electronically controlled by means of ...