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Tecnología de monitorización de sensores inalámbricos de área amplia

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOES20170807001
Publicado:
04/09/2017
Caducidad:
04/09/2018
Resumen:
Un grupo de investigación de una universidad española especializado en ingeniería del rendimiento, que cubre diversos temas como ATM (modo de transferencia asíncrona), caracterización de tráfico, diseño de protocolos para redes inalámbricas, redes de sensores y redes nanomoleculares, ofrece una tecnología de monitorización de sensores inalámbricos de área amplia y know-how bajo acuerdos de investigación y cooperación técnica, con posibilidad de licenciar la tecnología en el futuro. El principal aspecto innovador radica en que la tecnología se basa en una señal de colisión para extraer la información de la colisión sin tener que desechar todas las demás señales. El campo de aplicación cubre diferentes áreas de las tecnologías de la información y comunicación, como redes de satélite, redes de acceso por radio, redes de acceso ópticas, redes de sensores inalámbricas y sistemas celulares.

Details

Tittle:
Wide area wireless sensor monitoring technology.
Summary:
Spanish university research group specialised in performance engineering is offering its wide area wireless sensor monitoring technology and know-how for research and technical cooperation agreements. A future license of the technology is also envisaged. The main innovation is that the technology is based on a collided signal to extract the information from the collision without having to discard all other signals.
Description:
Spanish university research group specialized in performance engineering, covering various topics such as ATM (asynchronous transfer mode), traffic characterization, design of protocols for wireless networks, sensor networks and nano-molecular networks, is looking for research and technical cooperation in relation to wide area sensor monitoring, in order to further develop applications using their technology.

Currently, access protocol technologies have reached maturity in some areas, such as local area networks, both wired and wireless, or satellite communications, although the current solutions do not present the best balance of behaviour.The strategy used in the proposed protocol can replace, supplement or improve existing solutions.

On the other hand, there are newer areas where the definition of new protocols is needed. This applies, for example, to optical access networks or sensor networks.

The new communication protocol for random access networks is applicable both in local settings and broader scenarios. The novelty of this protocol is that directly analysing the signal produced during a collision, it can determine the source node for each packet collided, to inform all active nodes on networks and efficiently organize the relay process. This protocol offers efficient use of bandwidth, delay, fast access and easy implementation, thus becoming a potentially profitable market solution.

The potential field of application covers different areas within the information and communication technologies, such as satellite networks, radio access networks, optical access networks, wireless sensor networks and cellular systems.

This technologic offer may be of interest to companies in the field of information technology and communications, especially those involved in the development of both communication protocols between devices located in remote locations and small coverage areas.

The research group is open to further develop the technology and transfer it in future through a license agreement, or any other appropriate know-how transfer agreement.


The expected outcome of the research cooperation in comparison with the technical cooperation would be that the university research group would be open to new research projects together with the partner in relation to the technology (e.g. Horizon 2020 European projects).
Advantages and Innovations:
Their technology is based on a novel collision resolution procedure for information packets on a random access network, without the need of complementary technologies.

The solution proposed involves two particularly significant aspects of innovation:
* The use of the collided signal to extract information from the collision.
* The ability to determine the origin of all packets collided, in contrast to existing protocols which detect only the fact of the collision or at most can discriminate one of the signals, discarding all the others.
Stage of Development:
Available for demonstration
IPs:
Patents granted
CommeR Statunts Regarding IPR Status:
Spanish patent granted.

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
Type of partner sought: both private industry and public institutions interested to apply and/or develop (with or without further research) the technology.

Their area of application can range e.g. from private biology companies applications to organisations dealing with conservation systems / natural ecosystems (i.e. environmental monitoring for forest fire prevention, early detection of flooding, air pollution monitoring, etc.)

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
01003008 Data Processing / Data Interchange, Middleware
01003013 Information Technology/Informatics
07001001 Maquinaria agrícola / tecnología
07002004 Silvicultura, bosques
10002007 Tecnología / ingeniería medioambiental