Development of a control unit concept for a future zone architecture in road vehicles with special consideration of robust 3D sensor systems and powerful sensor data processing using AI algorithms.
The aim of this project, which is funded by the FFG as part of the FORTE program, is to develop an autonomous sensor-controlled filter system that electrochemically generates highly reactive molecules and thereby destroys pathogenic germs or chemical warfare agents.
The aim of the project is to optimize a developed, universally applicable IoT measuring station. This can be permanently installed at different locations outdoors. Using externally connectable sensors, this station should be able to measure time and speed and count people or points. The product resulting from this project should be able to be used to measure permanently installed sports routes and also for gamification of sports (movement games). The game or the permanent sports route is not evaluated on the device, but centrally in a cloud system. The customer can access his personalized results, which are displayed in a web app, in real time. The aim of the project is to optimize the electronics for the required temperature range. For this purpose, the layout of the circuit is optimized (temperature dissipation) and the control of the LEDs revised and an additional microcontroller may be provided for this purpose.