GREENAR

A lancer

OPTIMAL ENERGY BALANCING NAVIGATION AND RANGING

The GREENAR project is based on an observation: acoustic sensor networks deployed in underwater or aerial domains are complex, heavy and expensive and have a very narrow potential range of uses.

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The GREENAR project objective is to completely rethink sensor network technology working in parallel on two issues: the lack of communication standards and the overall optimization of energy consumption. We therefore propose two innovations that complement each other perfectly to achieve a model of sensor networks which are more economical, autonomous, with a wide range of uses with immediate application potential in the field of underwater surveillance and in the census of mammal species on the Red List of threatened species: marine mammals and bats. We expect a reduction in energy consumption by a factor of 10 compared to current state of the art technology and at the same time we offer an innovative standard for sonar network communications.

Porteur du projet
OSEAN
Partenaires industriels
Cyberio
Partenaires recherche
Grenoble-INP, CNRS , Université Joseph Fourier, Université Stendhal (GIPSA-LAB)
Budget
1 694 K€
Cofinanceurs publics
RAPID DGA / DGCIS
Année de labellisation
2010
Année de cofinancement
2011