Shantappa Gollagi

Work place: K.L.E. College of Engineering & Technology/Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Chikodi, 591201, India



Research Interests: Image Processing, Software Security


Dr. Shantappa G. Gollagi is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at KLE College of Engineering and Technology in Chikodi, India. He has 24 years of teaching experience and 7 years of research experience. Dr. Gollagi earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science and engineering from BVB College of Engineering and Technology in Hubli, his M.Tech. in Computer Engineering from COEP in Pune, and his Ph.D. in Computer and Information Science from VTU in Belagavi, India. His research interests include software security, image processing, and pervasive computing. He can be contacted via email at

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Information Security based on IoT for e-Health Care Using RFID Technology and Steganography

By Bahubali Akiwate Sanjay Ankali Shantappa Gollagi Norjihan Abdul Ghani

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2024

The Internet of Things (IoT) allows you to connect a broad spectrum of smart devices through the Internet. Incorporating IoT sensors for remote health monitoring is a game-changer for the medical industry, especially in limited spaces. Environmental sensors can be installed in small rooms to monitor an individual's health. Through low-cost sensors, as the core of the IoT physical layer, the RF (Radio Frequency) identification technique is advanced enough to facilitate personal healthcare. Recently, RFID technology has been utilized in the healthcare sector to enhance accurate data collection through various software systems. Steganography is a method that makes user data more secure than it has ever been before. The necessity of upholding secrecy in the widely used healthcare system will be covered in this solution. Health monitoring sensors are a crucial tool for analyzing real-time data and developing the medical box, an innovative solution that provides patients with access to medical assistance. By monitoring patients remotely, healthcare professionals can provide prompt medical attention whenever needed while ensuring patients' privacy and personal information are protected.

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