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    • RFID based model for tracking vehicles 

      Njeru, Salesio Kinyua (Strathmore University, 2017)
      Transport departments in many institutions suffer from logistical delays caused by lack of accurate and timely information among stakeholders. Even though vehicle fueling and maintenance may be a huge percentage of total ...
    • A Sandboxing based security model to contain malicious traffic in smart homes 

      Nkinyili, Tiberius Tabulu (Strathmore University, 2017)
      The Internet of Things (lOT) is a developing Next Generation Network (NGN) paradigm that aims to have more devices connected to the Internet and the possibility of these devices to autonomously communicate with each other. ...
    • Sentiment analysis for hate speech detection on social media: TF-IDF weighted N-Grams based approach 

      Mugambi, Sharon Kaari (Strathmore University, 2017)
      Hate speech on social media has unfortunately become a common occurrence in the Kenyan online community largely due to advances in mobile computing and the internet. Incidents of hate speech on social media have the potential ...
    • A Smart-bin prototype for in-house waste management 

      Mware, Eric M. (Strathmore University, 2017)
      A healthy environment is imperative to a healthy and happy community. Clean and well monitored environments are a key need in human habitable environments. In-House management and monitoring of waste is a key aspect in ...
    • Sound analysis prototype to enhance physical security in academic institutions 

      Omondi, Kevin Ochieng’ (Strathmore University, 2017)
      Competence in the provision of security to the civilians in Kenya has generally deteriorated and hence negatively affecting the public trust accorded to security agencies. Indeed, the police to civilian ratio is low and ...
    • Vehicle exhaust emissions inspection system for roadworthiness enforcement 

      Mwenda, Reuben Kiogora (Strathmore University, 2017)
      Air pollution has been a growing concern as Kenya tries to industrialize. Increase in the number of vehicles and factories as well as constructions in Nairobi make this all the more critical. This polluted air has far ...
    • Vision based model for identification of adulterants in milk 

      Kobek, Jacklyne Atieno (Strathmore University, 2017)
      Milk adulteration is a social problem that exists in both developed and developing countries. This is due to lack of regulations or enforcement, proper refrigeration techniques, high yields with no market and hence the use ...
    • Wireless baby tracking system to curb child kidnapping 

      Mwangi, Caroline Muthoni (Strathmore University, 2017)
      Child kidnapping is common case, not only in Kenya but also all over the world. Infants are more vulnerable due to the fact that they are helpless and can easily be carried away without anyone noticing that something is ...