* denotes 2023 Innovation Award Winner
Embedded Concrete Resistivity Sensor SystemThis embedded sensor system monitors the electrical resistivity of concrete materials to estimate the resilience of concrete structures against ingress of aggressive ions such as chlorides. Therefore, the sensor system can be embedded in critical offshore, onshore, and nearshore concrete infrastructure to monitor and predict their durability and service life.
Self-powered autonomous vibration sensorSelf-powered wireless sensor capable of monitoring and analyzing vibration signals from motor bearings. The sensor can be deployed onto any machine that vibrates in normal operation – example: motor, gearbox. Electrical energy is generated from background vibration and data is transmitted to a hub over a wireless network.
Neut™A smarter technology for a smarter world. Neut allows parents to proactively create safe and nurturing sleep environments for their baby anytime& anywhere through science. Scientifically match your babies sleepwear with your room and your baby. This allows parents to maintain optimal nurturing conditions, every sleep.
Smallest Infrared Hyperspectral CameraUsing lenslet optical array technology the smallest infrared hyperspectral camera (3 pounds) that exists today was developed for Group 1 drone surveillance applications. This technology is ready to be moved from prototype to a pre-preproduction model.
Sensobright Tumor and Bleeding Detection SystemSensobright Tumor and Bleeding Detection System, which can be attached to laparoscopy devices without effecting geometry of them, warns doctors during minimally invasive surgeries, if the critical threshold of force application is reached and possible tumor or internal bleeding is detected. It is expected to save thousands of lives yearly.
Ultra-rapid low-energy reconfigurable hardware that works both as a memory and processorWe have developed an "ultra-rapid low-power integrated hardware" for reconfigurable memory and programmable processor operations. The simplest functions such as ultra-fast stable small-device-size memory operations, as well as ultralow-energy artificial synapse tasks were demonstrated. The hardware further disclosed more complex tasks including ultra-reprogrammable physical-unclonable functions, along with ultrafast shift-register operations.
Aligned Carbon Nanotube RF Devices for Next-Gen Wireless CommunicationSixLine’s management has developed scalable technologies to deposit horizontally aligned semiconducting carbon nanotubes (CNTs). This breakthrough finally allows industry to leverage the exceptional properties of CNTs for next-generation radiofrequency (RF) devices as well as processors, sensors, and displays with faster performance and higher energy efficiency, flexibility, and sensitivity.
Real-time Auralization System for virtual spaces and on-line meetingsStanford researchers have patented a real-time auralization-reverberation system for providing immersive and interactive audio environments.
Automated Lane Keeping System based on Intelligent Event-based Vision SensorOur Automated Lane Keeping System adopts an in-sensor computing paradigm that can efficiently sense, process and compute vision information with low latency and low-power consumption. The intelligent event-based vision sensor can generate high-speed output and modulate the motor speed at each side of the car, thus realizing the lane-keeping task.
Spectrally Efficient Peer-to-Peer (SEPP) Wireless TechnologySEPP is a spectrally efficient peer-to-peer (P2P) technology platform providing device-to-device communications. The platform communicates without relying on any cell tower or switch network. SEPP currently supports voice, video, multi-cast, SMS, and file transfer over the air, with simultaneous connections on the same frequency.
Wireless Battery Personalized Wearable ElectronicsThe stretchable and intimately coupled battery-free system for infinite chronic recording of bio-signals at a distance, enabling steady streams of clinical grade information for use in digital medicine.
Robotics and Sensing for Precision AgriculturePlant diseases, water stress, and other conditions result in fewer crops brought to market. Many of these conditions are detected today with the human eye. This UAV technology monitors crops and vegetation on a large scale by swarming across a wide area to survey and sense key specific features.
Nanocircuits at optical frequenciesThis technology describes nanostructured devices that act as optical circuit elements fabricated in metals such as gold or silver that exhibit surface plasmon resonance at optical frequencies. These nanostructures can produce properties that will act as inductors, resistors, capacitors, diodes and inverters in the optical domain.