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Ampwise: Autonomous wireless current sensor for aircraft power lines.

Duration: From 2018-02-01 to 2021-01-31 ,ongoingproject

Total cost: Eur 973 747,50

Eu contribution: Eur 879 788,63

Objective: Ampwise will develop an energy autonomous wireless smart and low-cost current sensor for remotely monitoring of electric lines in the context of the coming generation of aircraft. This includes the definition of a sensor architecture co-designed to achieve an optimal balance between the harvested energy and the consumption of sensor and electronics, While meeting the desirable sensing, Latency and sampling specifications. The current sensor design will build on an existing product adapted to meet the form-factor, Size and sensing requirements. The simulation of the wireless communication system will guide and validate the design and parameters. The wireless communication will operate in the desirable 4.2-4.4 ghz band in compliance with itu regulations. The protocol will support reliable, Secure, Low-power and time-bounded communications, And will tolerate interference and co-existing networks, Including in metallic environments. The power supply will use inductive power line harvesting and a resonant power management approach to improve power density, Dynamically tunable to the line frequency, And employing magnetic field guiding to meet form factor and installation requirements. The developed concept will reach trl 5. A laboratory testing facility will be used for evaluating the integrated wireless sensor network. The consortium includes two industry, Senis (ch), A sensor manufacturer, And serma (fr), An oem for aeronautical equipment. It also includes csem (ch), A rtd with long experience in space and aeronautical projects and imperial college london (u.k.), A university with significant track record in energy harvesting, Including prototypes for aircraft. The project will build on existing expertise on aircraft power line harvesting and consortium-level experience, Know-how and method in co-designing wireless autonomous aircraft sensors. Csem, Imperial and serma have previously worked together on developing such aircraft sensors, Within cleansky.

Participants:

Imperial college of science technology and medicineunited kingdomeu contribution: Eur 230 001,25

south kensington campus exhibition road

sw7 2az london

united kingdom

serma ingenieriefranceeu contribution: Eur 119 487,38

rue de l aussonelle au village

31700 cornebarrieu

france

senis agswitzerlandeu contribution: Eur 99 750

hertizentrum 11

6300 zug

switzerland

last updated on: 2018-02-28

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Project completion date : 2021-01-31 12:00:00

Major organization : CSEM CENTRE SUISSE D~ELECTRONIQUE ET DE MICROTECHNIQUE SA - RECHERCHE ET DEVELOPPEMENT

Address : Rue Jaquet Droz 12002 Neuchatel

Country :Switzerland

Financier : EUROPEAN UNION (EU),

Financier address : European Union (Eu)

Rue De La Loi 200/Wetstraat 200,

B-1049 Bruxelles/Brussels,

Belgium

Tel: 32-2-2999696, 2993085

Fax: 32-2-2961749

Url: Ec.Europa.Eu/

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