PhD - UWA
Project: Remote beehive health communication using LoRa communication technology
Omar Anwar is currently a PhD fellow at the University of Western Australia. He completed his BS Electronic Engineering in 2007 from Muhammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad and his MS Embedded Systems Engineering in 2009 from University of Leeds. Before pursuing his PhD, he worked as an academics and as a researcher in multiple universities. His areas of interest are Machine Learning, Low Power Computing and Wireless Sensor Networks. Currently, he is working on developing a low power, low cost and long-range smart system for remote beehive health monitoring.