With Ultra-Wideband (UWB) micro-location technology from imec, the location of objects in a space can be pinpointed in minute detail - Passive acoustic and environmental monitoring

With imec's Ultra-Wideband technology, the location of objects can be determined down to a detailed level. This UWB technology is an extremely accurate and energy-efficient solution for positioning.

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Tthe researchers presented a hardware system for both acoustic and environmental data logging where the board design is released under a creative commons license. The system was developed by Stand Up Labs in Singapore and was deployed for field tests in Kinabalu Park, Sabah, Malaysia. It is called the Kinabalu Recorder. The system has gone through extensive field tests in the tropics on an altitudinal gradient. It recorded acoustic data at 44.1 kHz as well as temperature and barometric pressure for 30 days per rotation. It is highly portable, at a weight of about 650 grams, including a weather-proof box and a 3.7 V 8,000 mAh lithium-ion battery.

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