Electric motors are everywhere from laptop fans and dishwashers to industrial machinery, robots, public transport and more. A modern car can alone contain about 40 motors for various functions. But these valuable uses come at a cost. It has been calculated that electric motors account for 40% of worldwide power consumption and 20% of CO2 […]
The IMAGINATION project will develop ultra high resolution image sensors, building blocks for visible, ToF, and ‘outside visible spectrum’ image sensors, and research technologies like stitching for small global shutter pixels and stacking.
In a number of today’s miniaturised electronics applications, conventional cable wiring is both costly and wasteful of materials. It also restricts scope to innovate and increase product performance. The HyPerStripes project is addressing these limitations by developing technologies and production techniques for long, smart, flexible electronic systems (‘hyperstripes’) that can replace traditional cables. It will […]
Innovative Systems and Automated Design for 5G/6G Connectivity and Radar Applications [InnoStar] Wireless communications are crucial to our daily lives. They are fundamental to current and future phone networks (5G/6G), enablers for the digitalisation of industry and the Internet of Things, and essential for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), automotive radar sensors and autonomous driving. All […]