Dynamic-ULP - HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE MULTIPROCESSOR FOR ULTRA LOW POWER MOBILE DEVICES (CATRENE)
The main goal of the DYNAMIC-ULP project is to develop advanced process modules, and validate a design platform (design kit, models, libraries) for reliable and
manufacturable digital CMOS 22nm and 20nm technologies on 300mm wafers in the European manufacturing facilities of Crolles for STMicroelectronics.
This project is related to the grand challenge 7.3.2 "Competitiveness through Semiconductor Process Differentiation" of the VMS document edited by CATRENE, and supports the European effort towards a leading position in electronic industry by enabling design and production of 22/20 nm CMOS technologies in Europe.
AGYRA (DGA RAPID)
The AGYRA project aims at developing a set of functions for inertial measurement systems for motion sensors (accelerometer and gyrometer). Its main challenges are to integrate high precision analog and logic circuits into an ASIC for tactical grade systems, to minimize its power consumption and to provide the lowest cost solution for the military market, with civil extensions.
The ASIC could have applications for trajectory guidance, unmanned vehicles, seismic detection, GPS dead reckoning or consumer motion systems...
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme managed by REA-Research Executive Agency http://ec.europa.eu/research/rea (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° «286130».