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Title: Secure and Power Proficient Design for Trusted Image Transmission in IoT
Authors: Verma, Hanisha
Supervisor: Aggarwal, Ashish
Chahal, Rajanpreet Kaur
Keywords: Internet of Things;Trusted Image Transmission;Intelligent Traffic Surveillance;SBPG;Power Proficiency;Security
Issue Date: 11-Aug-2017
Abstract: Power consumption has turned into a noteworthy worry in portable applications. A power proficient design of Secure Better Portable Graphic (SBPG) compression architecture is proposed by our thesis for real time intelligent traffic surveillance (ITS) in IoT. Secure Digital Camera (SDC) integrated with SBPG is used to capture the unwanted traffic and transfer image to administration to take some action. To protect the image from tampering, encryption and watermarking is offered by the SBPG module which provides dual layer protection. Without trading off security, aggregation of SBPG and SDC gives the best quality imaging in a power proficient way. A pattern-independent strategy has been embraced to evaluate the power where numerous simulations keep running in the outline with various inputs and moderate of power scattered is considered. In order to calculate the power from the output of design, voltage and current esteems are considered. Simulink┬« is used to achieve this by using power blocks and sensors available. In the revised scheme, Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) based watermarking embedding algorithm is proposed. Proposed scheme is able to tackle the collusion attack by making use of Pseudo Random Number (PRN) along with permutation vector. To make the scheme resistant against rotation attack, square blocks present in the center of channel are embedded for watermark. It is observed from the outcome that the power utilization is considerably reduced with large peak signal to noise ratio.
Description: Master of Engineering -CSE
Appears in Collections:Masters Theses@CSED

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