Research

PROSYS is currently involved  in the following European Projects:

 

PHOENIX Project – Towards the Resilient Factory: Cyber-Physical Systems for Smart Factory Objects

The PHOENIX project goal is to instrument the factory objects with intelligent wireless sensors and transform them into smart networked objects, which detect and self-protect from failures.

 

SIRIUS – Wireless Sensing System for High-Performance Industrial Monitoring and Control

The SIRIUS Eurostars project develops a high-performance, versatile wireless system with self-powered capabilities, used for data acquisition, process monitoring and control, with applications in industrial vibration monitoring, condition monitoring and predictive maintenance.

 

IS-ACTIVE – Ambient Assisted Living European Program

The objective of IS-ACTIVE is to devise a person-centric healthcare solution for patients with chronic conditions – especially elderly people – based on the recent advances in wireless inertial sensing systems. Results are to be validated through field trials involving patients suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which became the fourth cause of death worldwide.

The project addresses all the development phases of such a prototype wireless sensing platform for patients with chronic conditions, from hardware platforms and software packages to algorithms and user interfacing. The consortium brings together healthcare and high-tech experts from The Netherlands, Romania and Norway.

 

Also, PROSYS wis involved in national Romanian research projects:

  • COSTREMON – innovative system for monitoring and regulation of heat supply and distribution of heating costs in condominium buildings.

  • ANVINTEX – intelligent envelopes with environment energy use for high-comfort, low-energy consumption buildings.

  • REMORESE – molecular receivers and novel electrochemical sensors for environmental monitoring.

 

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PROSYS PC exhibited and demonstrated the SIRIUS technology and concept at the Ninth International Conference on Structural Dynamics EURODYN 2014.