How can sensing systems increase safety of cultural heritage. Our lab is collaborating with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and with WSENSE s.r.l. to apply sensing systems to protect cultural heritage when moved between museums for exhibitions.
More information can be found here: http://senseslab.di.uniroma1.it/safe-art
We must learn to both sustainably exploit and protect our vast oceans, provider of oxygen, food, hydrocarbons and other resources. A solution lies in sensing and interacting through an Internet of Things, with distributed networks of intelligent sensors and actuators. Unfortunately, we currently lack a marine Internet, crucial to achieve distributed, coordinated and adaptive control, due to the rapid absorption of light and radio waves in seawater.
More information can be found here: http://http://fp7-sunrise.eu/
The TENACE project investigateS the protection of national critical infrastructures from cyber threats addressing three scenarios: financial infrastructures, power grid and transportation systems that represent three widely different settings with distinct interdepencies, threats, vulnerabilities and possible countermeasures.
TENACE has the objective of defining collaborative technical and organizational methodologies to raise the protection of such CIs with the specific target of looking at the common steps in order to develop a unifying metodology and understanding the underground economics fuelling an attacker.
The study of specific CI vulnerabilities and related attacks drives the development of algorithms, models, architectures and tools as the means to enable the effective protection of critical infrastructures enhancing their degree of security and dependability by considering a continuously evolving adversary.
Cyclic and person centric health management (JU ARTEMIS Grant Agreement # 2009-1-100228). The CHIRON Project intends to combine state-of-the art technologies and innovative solutions into an integrated framework designed for an effective and person-centric health management along the complete care cycle.
Green Sensor Networks for Structural Monitoring (Project Coordinator: Prof. Chiara Petrioli). The project is devoted to designing HW/SW solutions for green wireless sensor networks equipped with energy harvesting and radio triggering capabilities. Partners: University of Rome La Sapienza, ST Microelectronics, University of Bologna, Tyndall, University of Twente, Treesse, Solexperts.