Project status : Labelled

Key application areas

Digital society Digital society
Mobility Mobility

Essential capabilities

Components, Modules and Systems Integration Components, Modules and Systems Integration
Architecture and Design: Methods and Tools Architecture and Design: Methods and Tools
Connectivity Connectivity
Process Technologies, Equipment, Materials and Manufacturing Process Technologies, Equipment, Materials and Manufacturing


Countries involved

Sweden Sweden
Canada Canada
Netherlands Netherlands
Germany Germany

Project leader(s)

Jonatan Aronsson

Key project dates

January 2022 - December 2024

The project InnoStar will close the R&D gap on millimetre-wave (mmWave) technology and methodologies for operating at >100 GHz up to 300 GHz – much higher than today’s state-of-the-art – and for sophisticated, high-performance applications at lower frequencies. By advancing fundamental technologies in semiconductors, antennas and system design, InnoStar will enable numerous critical next-generation applications in wireless communication (e.g., 5G/6G), automotive safety (e.g., autonomous driving, radar sensors), medical devices (e.g., wearable sensors, implanted devices), to support a sustainable society and the EU’s industrial leadership. InnoStar will target innovations in new types of antennas, IC modules and systems to overcome today’s limitations at frequencies >100 GHz and high-performance applications at lower frequencies.