Sensor networks in glass-fiber reinforced plastic composites with wireless data transfer
Within the scope of the subproject D3 of the Collaborative Research Center 639 the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems Dresden (IPMS) and the Institute of Semiconductors and Microsystems of the TU Dresden are working on the development and implementation of a concept for a sensor network integrable into textile-reinforced composites. Specifically, this is applicable for a composite made of glass fibre and polypropylen that is both economic and suitable for large-volume production. The aim is to integrate sensor networks and the necessary electronics for processing, storing and transmitting the sensor signals directly into the composite.
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