Hello, my fellow villagers!

Did you know there is a project called ProSense?
It's funded by European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7),
and it's aim is to raise the level of research potential of researchers from WBC
(Western Balkan Countries), particularly ones from FYRO Macedonia and Serbia
with help from the EU academic institutions and companies.

The project coordinator is Dr. Srdjan Krčo (Ericsson Ireland Research Centre).
Other partners are:
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies, Macedonia
  • INRIA, France
  • University of Birmingham, UK
  • Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • CTI, Patras, Greece
  • University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia

The project motto is:
"Promote, Mobilize, Reinforce and Integrate
Wireless Sensor Networking Research and Researchers:
Towards Pervasive Networking of West Balkan Countries and the EU"

The project started a year ago and it should end in March 2010.

I work as a part-time researcher at the School of Electrical Engineering (ETF),
University of Belgrade, Serbia. The team that I am part of has to design two WSN use-cases
- two Personal Health applications. Also, we have to establish a course and a laboratory for WSN at ETF.
We have several SunSPOT, Shimmer and Sensinode Development Kits to play with (since few weeks).

That's it for an introduction, now go on and browse our site and get back with comments!

Marko Stanković

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Comment by Michael Levin on July 4, 2012 at 2:19pm

Marko, I noticed the sensor project ProSense has ended, or has it? I have worked with sensors including the SunSPOT. There's a lot of talk from some corners about SunSPOTs. What are a few of the most outstanding things you've learned so far? Best, Michael

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