|Research partners||Grenoble-INP, CNRS , Université Joseph Fourier, Université Stendhal (GIPSA-LAB)|
|Budget||1 694 K€|
|Cofinanceur publics||RAPID DGA / DGCIS|
|Year of labeling||2010|
|Year of co-financing||2011|
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.