The system will make it possible to evaluate a new pedestrian detector in the automotive area.
The GIR GPA has participated, together with the GIR of Structures and Wood Technology of the University of Valladolid, in the Lignomad19 congress, held in Santiago de Compostela between July 1 and 3, 2019.
As a result of the collaboration with the GIR group of Structures and Wood Technologies of the UVA, a low-cost MEMS accelerometer has been developed to measure the resonance frequencies of wooden beams in heritage environments.
Integration on a Drontecnic DT6P platform of a MEMS 4×4 acoustic array with a myRIO processing system.
In January 2018, Dr. Lara del Val visited the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology, invited by Inés López Arteaga, Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, as well as part-time Professor at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, within the Marcus Wallenberg Laboratory for Acoustics and Vibration Research. […]
Prof Alberto Izquierdo has made a 1 month stay as a visiting professor with Prof Jose Moura from Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburg-USA). July 2017.
A distributed processing architecture based on FPGA/ARM/PC/GPU has been published and its performance for acoustic signal capture and 3D image generation has been analyzed.
In collaboration with UBU, a 3D positioning system has been designed that will allow the 8×8 SAM array to be moved with millimeter precision. With this new tool it will be possible to build virtual arrays of thousands of sensors with angular resolutions of tenths of a degree.