IRMA project (with Thales Communications, Nationally funded by MIUR, L297) in the constant effort of improving capacity of wireless systems, ultra-wide band has been representing an interesting technique for providing large channel capacities, while allowing intrinsic support for flexible uncoordinated operations and robustness to channel impairments and interference
ESSOR project (MP-IST-083-04 European Secure SOftware Radio programme) is a major European research program in SDR, supported by several nations and lead by major industrial manufacturers, whose main objectives are to strengthen European autonomy on a crucial technological area, federate European industries activities to support production equipments and support development of open standards
The project aims at realizing a laboratory for knowledge and technology transfer from the research to the world of industries focusing on advanced automation and sensing technologies for the home automation domain.
VISION (FP7 "Ideas" Specific Programme - European Research Council Staring Grant Agreement, no.: 240555 - VISION: Video-oriented UWB-based Intelligent Ubiquitous Sensing) will develop an innovative infrastructure aiming at strengthening future wireless sensor networks (WSN) with the capability of supporting intelligent services for ubiquitous sensing, with particular emphasis on real-time 3D video sensing
PRESTO project (Artemis) aims at improving test-based embedded systems development and validation, while considering the constraints of industrial development processes
MAREA project (WP-E SESAR, Eurocontrol “Mathematical approach towards resilience engineering in ATM”) where the results achieved in the iFly Project provide the formal methodology to address the new SESAR 2020 concepts of operation, at present under study by the air traffic management systems’ experts at EUROCONTROL
HYCON2 Network of Excellence (Highly-complex and networked control systems, [FP7/2007-2013] under grant agreement n°257462). The FP7 NoE HYCON2, started in September 2010, is a four-year project. It aims at stimulating and establishing a long-term integration in the strategic field of control of complex, large-scale, and networked dynamical systems. It focuses in particular on the domains of ground and aerospace transportation, electrical power networks, process industries, and biological and medical systems
iFly project (STREP Project TREN/07/FP6AE/S07.71574/ 037180 “Safety, Complexity and Responsibility based design and validation of highly automated Air Traffic Management”) where the HYBRIDGE results on analysis and control of hybrid systems provide the basis for the study of advanced mathematical techniques for the development of autonomous flight.
HYCON (Contract no.: 511368) The objective of the NoE HYCON is establishing a durable community of leading researchers and practitioners who develop and apply the hybrid systems approach to the design of networked embedded control systems as found, e.g., in industrial production, transportation systems, generation and distribution of energy, communication systems.
Hybrid systems provide a scientific paradigm to systematically address the analysis, modelling, simulation, synthesis, and optimisation of digital
controllers for physical plants that communicate directly or via networks with other computerized systems and with human users and supervisors.
COLUMBUS: Design of Embedded Controllers for Safety Critical Systems. Funded under: 5th FWP (Fifth Framework Programme). Area: Advanced control systems (IST-2002-4.2.2). Project reference: IST-2001-38314
HYBRIDGE project: “Distributed Control and Stochastic Analysis of Hybrid Systems Supporting Safety Critical Real-Time Systems Design”. HYBRIDGE is a project within the 5th Framework Programme IST-2001-IV.2.1 (iii) (Distributed Control), funded by the European Commission under contract number IST-2001-32460