University of Belgrade

Institute for
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Innovative electronic components and systems based on inorganic and organic technologies embedded in goods and consumer products

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Project ID TR32016
Project Title Innovative electronic components and systems based on inorganic and organic technologies embedded in goods and consumer products

Project Leader Dr Ljiljana Živanov, full professor, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
IMSI Status Participates

Financial Source Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia


Category of Project Technological Development (TR)

 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project is dedicated to developing innovative networked embedded electronic components and systems based on inorganic and organic goods and technologies for consumer products (primarily in the food industry, security, RF/medical electronics). Field of embedded electronic systems has been recognized as a priority issue in the field of ICT in the Strategy of Scientific and Technological Development of Serbia in the period 2009-2014. Since embedded systems are seen as a miniature, inexpensive, networked devices embedded in the environment and present in all spheres of human life. This paradigm is actually a model of interaction in which the acquisition and processing of information integrated into everyday objects and activities.

In the frame of the project plan, the following groups of activities: 1 design, simulation, modeling and fabrication of sensors, the receipt and transmission and other components and circuits on a firm surface, for installation into products of food industry and telemedicine, and other consumer products; 2. hardware implementation and verification algorithms (e.g. machine learning) as a basis for developing adaptive, intelligent embedded electronic systems for the detection, identification and classification; 3. design, simulation and optimization of the protocol developed for networking embedded electronic systems; 4. transfer of experience from inorganic to organic technology and pilot fabrication on flexible substrates; 5. design, simulation, modeling and fabrication of embedded components and systems based on a flexible substrate (the label for the detection and monitoring of food safety, SMART RFID tags against theft, for tracking products throughout the entire production cycle, electronic codes, product branding, smart cards that communicate wirelessly with a card reader) for example, to track goods, vehicles and even persons in protected areas such as airports, hospitals, public institutions; 6. functional and formal verification of the developed embedded electronic systems and protocols for their networking; 7. realization of prototypes, patent activity and publications and technical solutions; 8. pilot research on the built-in components and systems-based approach to work as a preparation for entry into new research areas and future projects.

New performance of the developed device would be flexible, light weight and very low cost of production, but also a wide range of new applications. For use in smart packaging planned implementation time-temperature indicator, microsensors (gases, enzymes, etc.) and the RFID tags for identification and/or monitoring products.


PROJECT DURATION

 

From: 01.01.2011.   To: 31.12.2014.

 

PARTNERS

 

►IRITEL AD, Belgrade

►Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

►Vlatacom d.o.o., Belgrade

 

PARTICIPANTS


No. Participant Institution
1.
Dr Ljiljana Živanov, full professorFaculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
2.
Dr Miloljub Luković, research professorIMSI, University of Belgrade
3.
Dr Aleksandar Menićanin, senior research fellow IMSI, University of Belgrade
4.
& others.