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  • Mxoli, A; Gerber, M; Mostert-Phipps, N (International Conference on Information Society, 2014-11)
    Personal Health Records (PHRs) provide a convenient way for individuals to better manage their health. With the advancement in technology, they can be stored via Cloud Computing. These are pay-per-use applications offered ...
  • Foko, Thato E; Dlodlo, N; Montsi, L (Springer, 2013-08)
    Ambient-assisted living (AAL) is an initiative to extend the time the elderly can live in their home environment by increasing their autonomy and assisting them carry out their daily activities. AAL systems exploit information ...
  • Mvelase, PS; Dlamini, ZZ; Dludla, Angeline G; Sithole, Happy M (International Information Management Corporation (IIMC), 2015-11)
    The acceptance of cloud computing is increasing in a fast pace in distributed computing environment. The use of cloud environments for storage and data processing needs is on the rise. On the other hand, mobile devices ...
  • Smith, Andrew C; Laine, TH (2011-05)
    A combination of modern technology and hand-crafted items is used as a learning tool for children. Instructions from a server are relayed via a cellular phone network to the user. The user places hand-crafted objects on a ...
  • Mathaba, S; Dlodlo, N; Smith, Andrew C; Makitla, I; Sibiya, G; Adigun, M (IIMC (International Information Management Corporation), 2012-05)
    A critical issue in inventory management is having accurate and timely information on stock levels. Therefore advantage should be taken of technologies that can reduce the impact of counterfeits, expired products and ...
  • Smith, Andrew C; Dlodlo, N; Marais, Mario A (2011-07)
    In this paper the authors advocate an approach that supplements current teaching. The approach exploits certain properties of the Internet of Things such as sensing the environment in which the learner is situated, and the ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Mudumbe, JM; Ndwe, T (International Development Informatics Association. 2014, 2014-11)
    Energy demand in South Africa is fast exceeding supply, leading to instances of load shedding and high prices. An optimized energy supply environment has to be achieved if the country is to maintain reasonable pricing and ...
  • Gcaba, O; Dlodlo, N (IST- Africa, 2016-05)
    This paper presents examples of internet of things (IoT) applications that could enhance the management of tourism activities in South Africa. Although information and communication technologies (ICT) have been adopted in ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Kalezhi, J (ETNCC 2015,, 2015-05)
    Rural areas in South Africa and Zambia face a number of similar issues in the domains of agriculture, connectivity, water, transport, health and education et cetera, which calls for potentially similar solutions to be ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Olwal, T; Mvelase, P (IST-Africa 2012, 2012-05)
    There continues to be high expectations of the government from the citizens of South Africa to improve the delivery of services , and hence the need to come up with comprehensive measures to alleviate the problem. This ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Mbecke, P; Mofolo, M; Mhlanga, Martin M (2013-12)
    One of the major tasks of the South African government is to reduce crime levels on a year-to-year basis. The use of information and communications technologies (ICTs) is capital in facilitating the process to finding ...
  • Dlodlo, N (ETNCC 2015, 2015-05)
    To support sustainable transport systems in South Africa, this paper proposes the adoption of internet of things (IoT) technologies. This research extracted information on the activities undertaken by South Africa’s public ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Gcaba, O (AFRICOMM, 2015-12)
    This paper reports on potential applications of IoT technologies that could contribute to water resource management in South Africa. The authors visited South Africa’s Department of Water and Sanitation website and the ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Montsi, L; Mvelase, P (ZAWWW, 2013-09)
    The internet of things (IoT) is a term where everyday physical objects are connected to the internet via fixed or wireless networks, thereby creating a ubiquitous network. These physical objects are augmented with sensing, ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Gcaba, O; Smith, Andrew C (IST- Africa, 2016-05)
    A smart city is a developed urban area that excels in the area of economy, governance, people and life through strong human capital, social capital and ICT infrastructure. It is a new approach to managing the complexity ...
  • Dlodlo, N (2012-07)
    South Africa's push for universal access to education and for improved teaching and learning calls for a number of appropriate measures to be put in place. This paper proposes the adoption of internet of things technologies ...
  • Coetzee, L; Eksteen, J (2011)
    The Internet is a living entity, always changing and evolving. New applications and businesses are created continuously. In addition to an evolving Internet, technology is also changing the landscape. Broadband connectivity ...
  • Dlodlo, N; Smith, Andrew C (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2011-09)
    In the South African education landscape, some of the schools have well-resourced science laboratories, while others are under- resourced. This has impacted on the quality of science education in under-resourced schools, ...
  • Mashiane, T (2012-10)
    The main objective of this study is to evaluate existing literature in order to determine whether the South African retail industry will benefit or be put at risk by implementing RFID technology. The study analysed both ...
  • Smith, Andrew C; Butgereit, L (ZA-WWW 2012 Conference, 2012-11)
    The demand for electrical energy is increasing globally. Both the average as well as the anticipated peak demand must be considered by the supplier when designing an electrical supply. We present an Internet of Things – ...

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