Research & Development

Lakeside Labs

There is no progress without basic research. At the Lakeside Labs, Christian Bettstetter’s team works on the enhancement of self-organised, networked systems employing mini robots and drones, and developing new protocols for wireless data transfer between all types of sensors.

The Lakeside Labs cooperate closely with the Institute of Networked and Embedded Systems (NES) in terms of personnel as well as research and PhD students. The institute was established at the Faculty of Technical Science, University of Klagenfurt and works on mobile systems, pervasive computing, embedded communication and smart grids – topics the Lakeside Labs further elaborates and implements in non-university research projects for industry.

Areas of Interest for the Lakeside Labs

Sensors and actuator systems | networking | coordination and self-organisation of multi-robot systems | modelling| planning and optimising in the application areas of automotive sector, transportation, rescue and multimedia.

Key Research Areas

Self-organised systems | synchronisation of networks and systems | multi-UAV systems | smart micro grids | wireless communication | camera networks. 

The Challenge

Guaranteeing that single components act adequately and cooperatively.

Overview

Founding year: 2007 

Location: »Lakeside Science & Technology Park«, Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

Employees: 9 

BABEG's share: 70 percent

 

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