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The main objective of the transnational European initiative is to develop and test a customised sensing system for hazardous substances detection in complementary utility networks and public environments. For ensuring greater protection of citizens, the innovative monitoring and observing of fused data sources will be tested in seven urban areas in Europe. The Institute of Telecommunications of Warsaw University of Technology is responsible for adapting the Micromole device to the SYSTEM project and for designing the data fusion algorithms for detecting the presence and type of hazardous substances, and their source locations. The project consortium is composed by 22 partner organizations in Europe. The project received 7M EUR funding from the European Commission and runs from September 2018 until August 2021.

Coordinator: F. Solano Donado

An ongoing application project of the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, planned for the years 2015-2018. The aim is to design, develop and test a prototype of a solution for lawful retrieving, monitoring and recording the operations of hidden drug laboratories in urban areas. The waste resulting from drug production will be tracked by means of high-specificity electro-chemical sensors. The sensors will be installed inside sewage pipes by miniaturized robots. And they will be connected to a secure wireless network that will be used for data collection and sensor and robot monitoring. The project is carried out by a group of European universities and high technology SMEs together with the German and Polish police.

Coordinator: F. Solano Donado