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Dr. Syed Attique Shah

Postgraduate Course (Programme) Leader, MSc Advanced Computer Networks Birmingham City University

Dr. Shah is working as a Lecturer at the School of Computing and Digital Technology, Birmingham City University, UK, with 10+ years of experience in teaching and research. Previously worked as Lecturer/Assistant Professor at the Institute of Computer Science, University of Tartu, Estonia, and also served as Associate Professor and Chairperson for the Department of Computer Science at BUITEMS, Pakistan. Received Ph.D. from Informatics Institute, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey. Served as a Visiting Scholar at the Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech), Estonia, University of Tokyo, Japan, and National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan. Published research papers in reputable Q1 journals with an accumulative impact factor of more than 100, a citation count of over 1100 and an h‑index of 16. Presented several research papers at internationally renowned conferences. Nominated as an IEEE Senior Member. Recommended by HEC Pakistan as approved Ph.D. supervisor. Involved as Co‑PI and Project Lead in three different funded projects. A super nerd who loves big data analytics, the Internet of Things (IoT), and information management. Interested in devising better problem‑solving methods for challenging tasks and learning new skills, tools and techniques.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Information Technology September 2014 - 2019
Visiting Scholar, ICT September 2017- 2018
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Drone Deliveries Face Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities. Advanced IoT Systems Are Both Their Risk and Their Defense.

Dr. Syed Attique Shah - September 25, 2023

The FAA recently granted UPS the green light to perform Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) drone deliveries. This approval is a big win for the company in allowing them to make more longer-distance drone shipments, but maybe more interesting is the underlying technology that's making these at-scale deliveries possible.

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