- Full list on present and past projects is available in ETIS - Estonian Research Information System
Project BASTION - Board and SoC Test Instrumentation for Ageing and No Failure Found
|Contact: Jaan Raik||http://fp7-bastion.eu/||ETIS|
|The BASTION consortium partners will unite their forces to contend the aging and No-Failure-Found (NFF) issues. The project will investigate currently unknown defects, uncertain fault coverage and unclassified field returns. A new defect universe will be assembled and faults will be classified into comprehensive classes. BASTION will study the mechanisms of aging and improve the longevity of electronic products. Embedded instrumentation and the IEEE P1687 standard will be applied to develop a scalable and fast error detection and localization infrastructure.|
The Quality Improvement of Learning Environment Included Mobile and Distant Labs
|Contact: Martin Jaanus|
|The main aim of the project is to take personalized competence based e-learning environment ISC (http://isc1.dcc.ttu.ee ) to new levels. In current project the following steps will be taken: Personalize the learning even further so that learning process is adaptable to different learners considering their background, abilities and interests; offer wider variety of competences to existing courses so that learner can choose their own path through the course based on personal of company preferences; developing learning process by offering practical multiuser distance laboratories; redevelopment of ISC user interface based on years of feedback collected from the students using modern development tools and approaches. Furthermore, redeveloped system will support smart devices; adding feedback loop for the development of the system based on learners’ and companies’ input.|
European Academy for Marine and Underwater Robotics
|Contact: Maarja Kruusmaa || |
"The Robocademy ITN will establish a European training and research network to develop key skills and enabling technologies in underwater robotics for the scientific and economic exploration of the oceans (e.g. offshore oilfield of the future). Through the close collaboration of leading research institutes, academia, industry, and SMEs in robotics, marine technology, marine science, and offshore industry, Robocademy will provide first-class training and research opportunities for ESRs. In well-defined and well-tutored PhD research projects, the Robocademy fellows will push the state-of-the-art in the area of robust, reliable and autonomous underwater robots.
Assessing fish passibility using a robotic fish sensor and hydrodynamic imaging
|Contact: Maarja Kruusmaa ||https://www.bonusportal.org/fishview||ETIS|
The main goal of this work is to provide a robust methodology which combines both the recent developments in biomimetic sensor technology and hydrodynamic imaging data in order to improve fish passibilty in tributaries to the Baltic Sea. In order to compare functioning and non-functioning passes, the use of a biomimetic fish robot which experiences the flow via a lateral line sensor can greatly improve both the quantity and quality of information gained. Correlating the results of the local flow field measurements and global sensing information with functional and non-functional passes is expected to provide a state-of-the-art analysis of these complex structures in concert with changing environmental conditions.