December 2nd, 2022 a meeting was held at the SINANO (European Academic and Scientific Association for Nanoelectronics) Institute, where leading European companies presented their latest solutions in the field of micro- and nanoelectronics.
The project “Advanced Radar Technology in eUROpe” (ARTURO) will consolidate state of the art technologies, emerging concepts and trends in the field of radar, in depth analysis of the operational requirements and current evolutions of threats and environments in various military usage scenarios. The project will provide a solution to fulfil future operational needs based on extended use of emerging technologies for advanced radar technologies in Europe.
The industry portal Evertiq (Electronics Vertical Intelligence), focusing on events in the electronics industry, assigns XY-DemoSAR to observe the environment, detect unauthorized machines and objects and illegal activities, as well as natural hazards.
The Science in Poland information service in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science has published an article on XY-DemoSAR. The radar has been found to be perfectly suitable for observing the surroundings, detecting unauthorized machines and objects and illegal activities as well as natural hazards.
The Onet website proposes to replace the commonly used optical systems with the ultra-modern XY-DemoSAR radar. The radar parameters are perfect for applications on small drones. The radar has great potential for monitoring the area in terms of security, e.g. by border services, the police, and the fire brigade.
MSPO is a meeting place for the giants of the global defense industry. 400 companies from 27 countries took part in the showroom. The exhibition was held under the Honorary Patronage of the President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda.
Application by the Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management of Warsaw University of Technology for the XY-SAR Sensor product for the Defender Award at the International Defense Industry Exhibition (MSPO), Kielce, September 2021
The competition for startups “Startuj z Mazowsza” is an activity of the Voivodship Marshal’s Office of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship and carried out by Youth Business Poland.
Main Award of the Warsaw University of Technology for XY-Sensing sp.z o.o. as part of the STARTUJ Z MAZOWSZA competition. 11 of the best startups out of 55 participating in the competition, including XY-Sensing, qualified for the finals of the competition.
Conference took place in Haikou Hainan, China on 15 – 19 December 2021.
Maciej Wielgo, Damian Gromek, Piotr Samczyński, Krzysztof Stasiak, Karol Abratkiewicz, Marek Gaweł, „Low- Cost High-Resolution SAR Imaging on Drone“, the paper submitted for the publication in Proc. of the 2021 CIE International Conference on Radar, Haikou Hainan, China, 2021
SPSympo 2021 took place in Łódź, Poland on 21 – 23 September 2021. Two of our papers were presented there:
K. Abratkiewicz, P. Samczyński, „Multitaper Time-Frequency Reassigned Spectrogram in Micro-Doppler Radar Signal Analysis“ in 2021 Signal Processing Symposium (SPSympo), Łódź, Poland, 2021
K. Abratkiewicz, J. Gambrych, K. Stasiak, P. Samczynski, „Estimation of Rotational Speed of Helicopter Rotor
Through Horizontal Synchrosqueezing“ in 2021 Signal Processing Symposium (SPSympo), Łódź, Poland, 2021
P. Samczyński, „Radar Signal Processing Methods for Target Feature Extractions: from uDoppler through SAR/ISAR imaging“, International Workshop on Signal and Information Inteligent Learning
and Processing, 2021, National Laboratory of Radar Signal Processing, Xidian University, China, July 10-11, 2021 (invited talk).
IRS 2021 took place in Berlin, Germany on 21 – 22 June 2021. Two of our papers were presented there:
M. Ciesielski, K. Stasiak, M. Khyzhniak, K. Jędrzejewski, M. Żywek and S. Brawata, “Simultaneous Signal
Processing with Multiple Coherent Processing Intervals in FMCW Radar for Drone Detection,” 2021 21st International Radar Symposium (IRS), Bonn, Germany, 2021, pp. 1-8
M. Wielgo, K. Stasiak, D. Gromek, K. Radecki and P. Samczyński, “XY-DemoRad – a low-cost K-band SAR system for UAV application,” 2021 21st International Radar Symposium (IRS), Bonn, Germany, 2021, pp. 1-10
IEEE Radar Conference took place in Atlanta, USA on 10 – 14 May 2021. We presented the following paper there:
K. Abratkiewicz, P. Samczyński and K. Kulpa, “Micro-Doppler Signal Decomposition Using Second-Order Vertical Synchrosqueezing,” 2021 IEEE Radar Conference (RadarConf21), 2021
As of December 2020, XY-Sensing has been an associate member of the Sinano Institute based in Grenoble Cedex, France as a PW spin-off company. The SiNANO Institute is a non-profit association created as a sustainable network of EU scientists with the aim of creating a distributed Center of Excellence in the field of nanoelectronics. Over 1,200 scientific and technical employees work together at the SINANO Institute. SiNANO is the most important flexible research infrastructure in Europe for long-term nanoelectronics research.
More information about XY-Sensing Membership can be found at:
European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar (EUSAR 2020) took place in Leipzig, Germany on 29 March – 1 April 2020. We presented the following paper there:
D. Gromek, K. Stasiak, P. Samczyński, K. Radecki, „Experimental results of a K-band SAR system for automotive applications“, 2021 13th European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar (EUSAR), Leipzig, Germany, 2021
IRS 2019 took place in Ulm, Germany on 26-28 June 2019. Two of our papers were presented there:
SPSympo 2019 took place in Kraków, Poland on 17-19 September 2019. We presented the following paper there:
XY-Sensing among the sponsors of the SPSympo-2019