Multiband Tunable Bandpass Filter for Fully Digital Satellite Transceivers
The objective of the activity is to design and develop a Multiband Tunable Bandpass Filter (MTBF) for K (from 18 to 27 GHz) and Q (33 to 55 GHz) Bands range for emerging Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Software Defined Radio (SDR) high data rate applications (e.g. for the next generation 5G, IoT, etc.) to dynamically select the portions of the bandpass bandwidth with respect to the data link channels being used at a time, at the same time reducing the noise spectrum sampled by the ADC.
LODESTAR: Live Operational Data Enhancement for Situational Awareness Through Augmented Reality
LODESTAR paves the way for the introduction of advanced new technology into soldier systems, in particular AI on the edge, AR and advanced Computer Vision and integrated micro-UAVs. It lays the groundworks for future soldier systems to make optimal and cost-effective use of any combination of these technologies.
COMMANDS: Convoy Operations with Manned-unManneD Systems
“Convoy Operations with Manned-unManneD Systems” (COMMANDS), a European Defence Fund 2021 project, aims to provide a solution to face most of the challenges in the use of unmanned ground systems (UGS) in combination (swarming) with manned military vehicles and air systems.
JEY-CUAS: Joint European sYstem for Countering Unmanned Aerial Systems
The project “Joint European sYstem for Countering Unmanned Aerial Systems” (JEY-CUAS) will advance technologies at the system and sub-system level to develop a new generation C-UAS system based on a modular and flexible Plug’n’Play architecture to address the emerging challenge of micro and mini drones increasingly used for defense purposes.
CARMENTA SPS: Future European Self Protection System for Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing airborne platforms
The future operational scenario is often characterized by unprecedented level of rapidly changing risks and uncertainty which in turn requires European detection and countermeasure capabilities, growing in their level of sophistication and variety of the response type, agility, and preparation to face different types of threats.
CYBER4DE: Cyber Rapid Response Toolbox for Defence Use
Launched under European Defence Industrial Development Programme in December 2021, the project “Cyber Rapid Response Toolbox for Defence Use” (CYBER4DE) takes on the challenge to develop an easily deployable, modular, and scalable cyber rapid response toolbox to manage cyber incidents in different complex national and international scenarios.
PROMENADE - imPROved Maritime awarENess by means of AI and BD mEthods
The EU-funded PROMENADE project will apply AI and Big Data technologies to improve vessel tracking, behaviour analysis and automatic anomaly detection solutions and promote collaborative exchange of information between surveillance authorities. The project will deliver an open, service-based toolkit with a high-performance computer platform.
HERMES - High Efficiency wiReless CMOS transceiver boosted by artificial intelligencE for 6G bandS and beyond
HERMES proposes fusing AI and deep sub-micron CMOS technology to develop a new generation of wireless transceivers. Focusing on sub-terahertz frequencies between 140 and 160 GHz, the project will break new ground in data conversion in the sub-terahertz spectrum for applications far-beyond 5G.
Feasibility study to optimize 3D scanning processes using DI to improve the quality of digital cultural heritage content
As technology evolves, cultural heritage can be qualitatively digitized to reflect texture, properties, and shapes of not only two-dimensional but also three-dimensional objects, avoiding noise and extraneous points that often occur with the classical point cloud processing methods.
CROWN - European active electronically scanned array with Combined Radar, cOmmunications, and electronic Warfare fuNctions for military applications
CROWN will lay the foundation for designing and building a next-generation multifunction radiofrequency (RF) system based on Active Electronically Scanned Arrays (AESA) technology for a broad range of applications, to become available in several military domains within the next decade.