The first test flights were conducted to validate the separation management concept for UAS proposed by BUBBLES project.
The traffic and variety of personal mobility vehicles (PMV) has grown exponentially in recent years. A study by the MAPFRE foundation estimates that around 1,200,000 people use electric scooters and bicycles daily in Spain. However, despite the emergence of these new forms of mobility, there are still no systems to monitor and control their use […]
CollectionCare aims to develop an innovative preventive conservation (PC) decision support system targeting the needs of small to medium-sized museums and collections. It will integrate IoT monitoring of the environmental conditions of each cultural artefact individually at any location, whether on display or in storage, handling or transport, integrated with multi-scale modelling for the different […]
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ITACA’s Biomedical Data Science Lab (BDSLab) of Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) has developed a new mobile application that facilitates continuous monitoring of the quality of life of cancer patients. This app, called Lalaby, allows the monitoring of the patients’ day-to-day life. It does so from the information collected by the sensors of their […]
The medical imaging area (IBIME-MI) of the ITACA institute has been working for the last 20 years in the processing and analysis of medical images, with special emphasis on magnetic resonance images of the human brain. IBIME-MI has developed and transferred many state-of-the-art methods for quantitative neuroimaging. Volbrain is an online system for automatically […]
The group SEN (Smart Electronics and Networks) from ITACA institute has extensive experience in the design and implementation of intelligent monitoring and control systems, the development of hardware devices, their embedded applications, and their integration through various communication technologies in Cloud IoT platforms. SEN experience covers multiple fields, among which we can mention smart […]
ITACA’s Microwave Area (DIMAS) is dedicated to scientific and applied research, technological development and technology transfer initiatives in the field of microwave engineering. DIMAS’ main research lines focus on numerical modelling, design of microwave circuits and components, microwave measurements, non-invasive microwave sensors, and the use of high-power microwaves for materials processing. For example, […]