Daisy-2 is (as the name imples) a follow-up to the successful DAISY project. In DAISY a radical new type of radar was developed and brought to a prototype stage. In DAISY-2 the development will be completed and tested in a number of scenarios. Noldus will see how useful it is for tracking people an animals in a number of different applications of varying technical complexity and market application such as people in museums, shopping cenres and animals on ecoducts or in precision agriculture. Radar potentially has a number of advantages over current tracking methods, including:
- Complete anonymity, privacy guaranteed
- Many and varying number of subjects at the same time
- No tags are needed
- No expensive infrastructure such as UWB beacons
- Scalable for relatively large areas
- Works both inside and outside
To find out more, or if you think Noldus might be a good partner for your consortium, you can contact us directly.
- Thales Netherlands (project leader)
- Salland Engineering
- Noldus Information Technology
- VDM textiles
- Wageningen University
This project is funded by the project partners and the European Funds for Regional Development.