We are actively involved in various research projects where we develop innovative solutions for wireless sensing, monitoring and control.

EquiMoves – Equine Gait Analysis Using Wireless Inertial Sensor Networks

1 Oct. 2018 - 30 Sep. 2021
The EquiMoves E!12304 Eurostars project goal is to build a system based on a network of wireless inertial sensors to help equine vets in early detection of lameness, the most costly health problem for the horse industry. The wireless sensors act as mobile measuring units attached to the legs [...]

Paardensprong – Mobile System for Performance Monitoring of Horses

1 Sep. 2018 - 30 Feb. 2022
Paardensprong is an EFRO OP Oost project that aims at developing a mobile system for performance monitoring of horses, where the end-users will be veterinarians, sport and breeding organizations. With the help of Paardensprong, training and breed selection of horses will be more effective and veterinarians will receive insight [...]

AIOSAT – Autonomous Indoor/Outdoor Safety Tracking System

1 Dec. 2017 - 31 May 2020
The Horizon 2020 European project AIOSAT will develop a rescue system that operates under unprecedented high availability and high accuracy conditions in both indoor and outdoor scenarios.        The key AIOSAT innovation targets are the research and integration of:     [...]

AWISE – Autonomous Wireless Sensors for Monitoring of Military Aircraft

2015 - 2019
The AWISE research project was funded by Dutch Defense with the purpose to develop a method for monitoring aircraft loading in a simpler way than was previously possible.     Inertia Technology worked in collaboration with Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) and developed a fast and accurate data acquisition [...]

INNOWAG – Innovative Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance Solutions on Lightweight Wagon

1 Nov. 2016 - 30 Jun. 2019

The aim of the INNOWAG project is to develop intelligent cargo monitoring and predictive maintenance solutions integrated on a novel concept of lightweight wagon, which would respond to major challenges in rail freight competitiveness, in relation to the increase of transport and logistic capabilities.

PHOENIX – Towards the Resilient Factory: Cyber-Physical Systems for Smart Factory Objects

1 Sep. 2015 - 31 Aug. 2018

The PHOENIX project goal is to instrument the factory objects with intelligent wireless sensors and transform them into smart networked objects, which detect and self-protect from failures.

ICP4Life – An Integrated Collaborative Platform for Managing the Product-Service Engineering Lifecycle

1 Jan. 2015 - 31 Dec. 2018
ICP4Life proposes an integrated, collaborative platform for the design, development and support of product-service systems for SMEs, equipment manufacturers and energy suppliers in order to maximize the impact in the European industry.        The proposed platform comprises of three main components:  [...]

SIRIUS – Wireless Sensing System for High-Performance Industrial Monitoring and Control

1 Nov. 2013 - 31 May 2016
The SIRIUS E! 8144 Eurostars project develops a high-performance, versatile wireless system with self-powered capabilities, used for data acquisition, process monitoring and control, with applications in industrial vibration monitoring, condition monitoring and predictive maintenance.        An embedded / deep-embedded solution for [...]

I-WSN – Intelligent Wireless Sensor Networks for Asset Integrity Monitoring

I-WSN is an SME Instrument business innovation grant for a feasibility study of a low-cost and large-scale solution for automated Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance.        The solution is based on intelligent Wireless Sensor Networks that monitor the long-term [...]

LIFE – Self-management of Functional Decline in Older Adults

LIFE develops a self-management program for elderly people, aimed at encouraging a physically active lifestyle. Using the latest sensor technologies available, LIFE creates an intelligent coach for personalized support.        The project involves collaboration among health care practitioners, technology providers and patients [...]