Light has a motivating effect. With respect to this hypothesis, Dominik Grzelak (IoSense) and René Schöne (OpenLicht) presented a software-based approach for managing complex sensor networks to realise person-dependent light control systems. The lighting demonstrator was shown at the 3rd 5G Summit, in a joint undertaking. This year, the event took place September 25, 2018, in Dresden and was jointly organised by 5G Lab Germany and IEEE. Three parallel tracks showed highly innovative applications ranging from hardware and wireless to network and cloud, and tactile internet applications.
On June 25, 2018, the IoSense project partners Dominik Grzelak and Thang Duy Phan from TU Dresden visited the first meeting of the new Silicon Saxony e. V. working group “Smart Systems & Internet of Things” at T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH in Dresden.
Calculation of Failure Detection Probability on Safety Mechanisms of Correlated Sensor Signals According to ISO26262 SAE Conference 2017 4.-6.April 2017 Contributors: Infineon Technologies Austria AG & Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt
Diagnostic_Coverage_of_Redundant_Sensors_printfinal Presentation at IEEE Sensors 2017 Conference at 29.October – 1.November 2017 in Glasgow/UK Contributors: Infineon Austria Technologies AG & Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt
Sensor_System_Optimization_for_Reliability_IoSense Journal Publication for: Microelectronics Reliability (Elsevier) Publication year: 2018 Contributors: Infineon Technologies Austria AG & Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt
The IoSense Spring School invited to a full-day event on April 11, 2018 presenting keynotes from industry perspectives as well as technical talks on specific topics from partners of the project. We want to thank all participants, guests, speakers and the conference organizers for this wonderful Spring School. More than 30 participants listened to greatRead more about IoSense Spring School 2018 in Dresden[…]