Efficient 3D MEMS and smart 5G networks for adaptive and thus individualized audiovisual communication
Within the scope of this project, two key technologies are to be combined and advanced at Hahn-Schickard in Villingen-Schwenningen with novel 3D base technologies for highly efficient MEMS loudspeakers and with high-performance 5G edge networks.
This research approach aims to make wireless verbal communication barrier-free in the acoustic experience: both the speaker and the listener will be able to move freely while not disturbing the environment. This form will once again enrich digital communication and bring it closer to social interaction.
For this purpose, a combined acoustic microspeaker and 5G array technology is being developed, which allows directionality and tracking to be combined and mutually supported with radio and acoustics. A 5G campus network will be installed for stationary and mobile solutions and the systemic functionality will be developed, especially in the algorithms that allow the arrays to be read and matched at the radio and acoustic level. The core on the acoustic side will be the development of highly efficient micromechanical loudspeakers.
- Efficient 3D MEMS and smart 5G networks for adaptive and thus individualized audiovisual communication
European Regional Development Fund (EFRE)
- Funding Number
- 01.07.2021 to 31.12.2022