The CENTER FOR SENSING SOLUTIONS is a technology competence center with the aim of supporting researchers and SME in following and fully safeguarding entire data life cycles. We actively collaborate with interdisciplinary research entities, the South Tyrolean Digital Innovation Hub and small business units.
The aim of the Center is to foster innovation by developing and providing tailored technological solutions in two main areas, namely sensing technology (instrumentation) and the development of web application and services.
Located in the NOI Techpark, the Center works in synergy with digital, food, IT & automation ecosystems and in collaboration with the research organisation and (local) SMEs, bringing together prototypes of applied research to a real environment, optimising the components (HW and SW) in terms of efficiency, robustness, automation and reduction of consumption.
Our main areas of expertise lie in the fields of acquisition, organisation, processing, analysis and sharing heterogenous data as well as the transformation of data into valuable and usable information.
Technical Competences and Infrastructure:
Fast prototyping, characterisation and electronics integration.
Web Application development and cloud computing
Web services: discovery, access, processing, sharing, etc.
Big data, databases and geospatial data management
Management of electronics laboratory with diverse environmental instruments and platforms
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NOI Hackathon Summer Edition 2020
Once again this year the Center for Sensing Solution was one of the partners of the NOI Hackathon Summer Edition 2020, which took place on 7 and 8 August. Dr. Stefano Tondini, Senior Researcher at the Center, was present at the event as a mentor to help groups of participants develop their prototype IoT applications. He also supervised the LoRaWAN connectivity service.
Mountain rescue: how much can drones help?
An interdisciplinary project with South Tyrolean and Tyrolean partners studies the use of innovative technologies in rescue operations.
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