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Amanda project in Montenegro

  Amanda project in Montenegro

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Tech talk in Croatian Chamber of...

  Tech talk in Croatian Chamber of Economy on October 3, 2019. 

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ICCE Berlin 8-11 Sep

 AMANDA project at the 9th IEEE international conference on consumer electronics

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New public deliverables

  The following documents are published.

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AMANDA is a latin female gerundive name meaning "deserving to be loved", "worthy of love", or "loved very much by everyone."

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"Knowledge is the food of the soul."

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The project focuses on designing and developing a maintenance-free, miniaturised and easily deployable Autonomous Smart Sensing Card (ASSC) for environmental sensing and asset & people tracking/monitoring in smart living and working environments. Read more ...
AMANDA stretches the limits of Electronic Smart System (ESS) autonomy (in terms of energy, decision making, and maintenance-free lifetime extension) and miniaturization with the ultimate goal to develop and successfully validate a cost-attractive next generation Autonomous Smart Sensing Card (ASSC) that will serve multi-sensorial IoT applications for smart living and working environments. Read more ...
The project activities are broken down into 8 work packages (WP) and will be implemented within 36 months (3 years); a duration which is considered appropriate taking into account the time required for the design, development, validation and evaluation of the AMANDA device. Read more ...

Impact

AMANDA stretches the limits of Electronic Smart Systems (ESS) autonomy (in terms of energy, decision making, and maintenance-free lifetime extension) and miniaturization with the ultimate goal to develop and successfully validate a cost-attractive next generation Autonomous Smart Sensing Card (ASSC) that will serve multi-sensorial IoT applications for smart living and working environments.

 

The project targets the global electronic smart systems market that was valued at $25.96 bn / $72.39 bn by the end of 2023, with a CAGR of 18.64% in the forecasted period (2018 - 2023). In this context, the project consortium acknowledges the necessity to undertake the proposed research and deliver the envisaged technological assets that will help boosting the competitiveness of its industrial partners, while strengthening the scientific and technological excellence of the research/academic ones.

Call Expected IMPACT 1: European Technology leadership in ESS performances (functionalities, size, reliability, manufacturability, cost…)

Call Expected IMPACT 2: Improving ESS manufacturing capabilities in Europe

Call Expected IMPACT 3: Increasing ESS Market penetration in emerging digital economy sectors

Call Expected IMPACT 4: Creating new opportunities for digitisation in traditional sectors and improving user acceptance

Call Expected IMPACT 5: Attract a substantial number of new users, from industry (in particular SMEs and midcaps) and academia, to advanced technologies.

Call Expected IMPACT 6: Increased industrial investments and open innovation marketplace for ESS technologies. 

Call Expected IMPACT 7: Increased cooperation and synergy across electronic technology areas, promoting joint, multi-disciplinary initiatives. 

Call Expected IMPACT 8: Stimulating the involvement of industry in longer term research and innovation activities.

 

 

 

CERTH

Centre for Research and Technology Hellas

Research Institute | Project Coordinator

IMEC

Stichting IMEC Nederland

Research Institute

ZHAW

Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Research Institute

Lightricity

Industry partner

E-PEAS semiconductors

Industry partner

Ilika

Industry partner

Microdul

Industry partner

Penta d.o.o.

Industry partner

               

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Objective 1

To design and develop a maintenance-free, miniaturised and adaptable Autonomous Smart Sensing Card (ASSC) for multipurpose environmental sensing and asset tracking in smart living and working applications; indoor, outdoor and wearable versions of the ASSC are anticipated.

Objective 2

To apply high aspect ratio architectures and miniaturization-oriented design in terms of the overall size reduction to achieve maximum thickness of up to 3 mm thickness depending on sensors employed.

Objective 3

To ensure maintenance-free (energy autonomy) functionalities exploring energy harvesting and storage concepts for powering microsensor nodes.

Objective 4

To apply multi-layer optimisation strategies for ultra low power processing/management.

Objective 5

To develop and integrate advanced miniaturised multi-sensing technology that will contribute significantly to the realization of next generation autonomous analytical instruments for distributed environmental sensing, asset and people tracking and monitoring.

Objective 6

To enrich wireless connectivity capabilities in support of cyber-secure mesh communication as well as ultra low power localisation and tracking.

Objective 7

To incorporate built-in ASSC processing capabilities for sensor/data fusion and low power edge intelligence in support of IoT-related services.

Objective 8

To validate the proposed ASSC in laboratory conditions under variable application scenarios.

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Amanda Project Grand Agreement No. 825464

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