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Second prize for AWARE project in EURON Robotics Technology Transfer Award 
The AWARE project (http://www.aware-project.net/) got the second prize of the EURON Robotics Technology Transfer Award 2010. This award "was created in 2003 in order to improve the quality of robotics research and to raise the profile of technology transfer between science and industry".




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Sensei General Assembly  
The third Sensei General Assembly meeting took place on 08-11 February in Rome, Italy.




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Officiel opening of SmartXP 
Smart eXperience lab was officially opened on 2 February 2010 in presence of various national media representatives. The rector magnificus gave the opening speech, after which visitors enjoyed interaction at the experience market. PS participated through several demos ranging from wireless sensor networks for monitoring applications, activity recognition using inertial sensors, intelligent interaction with objects, collaborative wireless sensor networks for exploration activities in search and rescue.







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STW valorization grant  
STW valorization proposal on “inMotion - Wireless Motion Sensor Networks in Sports” is granted. 25000 euro grant is meant to do market analysis and explore business potential of research.

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SeaSTAR project begins 
The STW SeaSTAR (Underwater Monitoring Platform) project aims at gathering experts from traditionally disjoint communities (sensor technology, IC design, power conversion, computer architecture, wireless sensor network protocols design, underwater telemetry and distributed processing) to investigate, define, and develop core technologies for underwater monitoring platforms and to build the first working demonstrator.





Major objectives of the projects are:

- To advance wireless sensor network technology driven by the particular needs of underwater monitoring and to carry out case studies that show the effectiveness and usability of our architecture.

- To advance the development of low-power acoustic vector sensors for underwater deployment that can be used both for passive monitoring acoustic signals and vibrations; as well as active communication receiver.

- To develop power efficient transducer drivers for underwater wireless communication.

- To develop and recommend an architecture for a network of sensors, with a focus on collaborative beamforming and hybrid underwater networking protocols, so as to provide a flexible platform to support underwater monitoring applications.



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