Past projects

A list of recent research projects in which the Lopsi group has participated.


These projects are financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science, and are part of the ongoing support for our fundamental research in localization techniques, systems and applications. Since 2009 we maintain a productive research cooperation with the Electronic Engineering Applied to Intelligent Spaces and Transport group (GEINTRA) at the University of Alcalá de Henares, the Sensor Systems Research Group (GISS) at the University of Extremadura, and the Institute of New Imaging Technologies (INIT) at the Jaume I university in Castellón.

All the recent cooordinated projects have the name of a primate of the order Lemuroidea.

  • INDRI: Localization and Integrated Sensing for Digital Human Activity Tracing: From positioning to motion analysis (MICINN ref. PID2021-122642OB-C43). Currently ongoing.
  • MICROCEBUS: Sistemas de Posicionamiento Local: Enfoque Holístico desde las Tecnologías Base hasta las Aplicaciones – RTI2018-095168-B-C51, from January 2019 to September 2022
  • TARSIUS: Performance and Robustness Enhancement of Indoor Location Systems for Applications in Robotics and Assisted Living From January 2016 to June 2019.
  • LORIS: Localization Cooperative Systems for People and Objects in Diverse Environments. TIN2012-38080-C04-04. From January 2013 to December 2015.
  • LEMUR: Continuous Location in Wide Areas with Ultrasound and Radiofrequency, with an Application on Personal Guidance Aids. TIN2009-14114-C04, from January 2010 to June 2014.

Previously we participated in these projects:

  • RESELAI Integration of acoustic, vision and RFID sensor networks for location in smart environments. MEC.TIN2006-14896-C02-02. 01/10/2006 – 31/03/2010.
  • PARMEI: Absolute location of mobile robots in indoor spaces. MCyT, ref. DPI2003-08715-C02-02. 01/12/2003 – 30/11/2006

Last update: December 20th, 2023