The 6GEM consortium combines scientific excellence and mobile communications expertise at network, material, component/microchip and module level in North Rhine-Westphalia. A holistic approach is being pursued, from production and logistics to people with their needs for self-determination, privacy and security in times of climate change.
In the ASRA project, a radar method for contour measurement of the strip edge in the roughing stand of a hot rolling mill is to be developed for the first time.
The DiEfoRa project focuses on the development of a new type of thickness measurement system for feedstocks that is suitable for industrial use. For the first time, this is to be based on focusing radar technology.
The goal is to solve the central problem of sensor dependence of AI evaluation units in radar technology.
The PINK project aims to research the introduction of innovative radar sensor technology in industrial applications.
In the project, completely new technology of measuring the movement of extremities by means of RFID radio tags (so-called "tags") will be developed and integrated into everyday clothing.
The central objective of SeeYOU is the development of a novel RADAR system based on battery-free reflectors, which reliably detects pedestrians and cyclists by autonomous vehicles and distinguishes them from each other and from other objects.
VITASecure is engaged in the development of a multi-sensor solution for non-contact vital sign monitoring in nursing homes.
The Chair for Integrated Systems is developing radar sensors in ADACORSA to detect the environment of drones in flight.
In the DAST project, an RFID-based information system is being developed that will make it possible to track each individual sterile item, as well as ensure the correct loading of sieves.
The vision of the project is a semi-automated triage of patients in the event of a mass casualty incident (MANV) by means of contactless detection of vital signs using various sensors installed on an unmanned aerial system.
The goal of the MARIE project is to develop a compact and thus mobile material detector with integrated sub-millimeter wave electronics that is capable of detecting "on the fly" the material properties of a wide variety of objects.
The aim of the RadarSight project is to develop a novel assistive device based on radar technology. This is intended to enable blind and visually impaired people to detect their surroundings and perceive them by means of acoustic and haptic feedback.
The REWAL project aims to develop platform solutions for trustworthy, heterogeneous systems. For this purpose, wafer-level packaging with chiplets is chosen as the technological basis with the aim of further development for the integration of high-frequency chiplets together with complex signal processing in one package.
The central objective of URBANSens is an environmentally efficient flight route calculation of autonomous, networked flight systems with innovative sensor technology for wind field measurement