Description

SINS is a strategic basic research project that has as a target to drastically improve both lifetime and performance of the state-of-the-art of sensing swarms, with a focus on acoustic sensing. The SINS performance and lifetime objectives are to achieve high-resolution acoustic activity detection and beyond 1-meter accurate acoustic localization, while achieving above 1-year lifetime of the swarm on 1 button cell battery. The gains will be validated and quantified through a clear and convincing novel ambient assisted living showcase, enabled through the envisioned acoustic swarm.
AcronymIMINDS16
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/1431/12/17

    Research areas

  • Low Power Cmos, Digital Image Processing, Numerical Linear Algebra, Embedded System Design, Image Reconstruction, Displays, Audio Processing, Light Detectors, Micro-Electronics Technology, Sige Bicmos Design, Satellite Image Analysis, Telemedicine, Medical Image Analysis, Inverse Problems, Video Compression, JPEGx, Neural Networks, Mine Detection, Vision, Digital Signal Processing, Electronic System Design, Machine Vision, Micro Electronics, Cmos Design, Chip Interconnects (Inter / Intra), Humanitarian Demining, Speech Processing, Mpegx, Light Emitters, Pattern Recognition, Mm-Wave Technology, Robot Vision, Impedance Tomography, Image Compression, Light Modulators, Computer Aided Electronic Design, Medical Image Visualization, Motion Estimation And Tracking, Opto-Electronics, Multispectral Image Analysis, Electronics, Computer Vision, Image Processing, Industrial Visual Inspection, Image Analysis

    Flemish discipline codes

  • Materials science and engineering
  • Nanotechnology
  • Multimedia processing
  • Electronics
  • Applied mathematics in specific fields
  • Biological system engineering

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