Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Sensor system for the detection of objects / obstacles in critical points of railway linesThe research group in Electronics Engineering Applied to Intelligent Spaces and Transport (GEINTRA) of the Department of Electronics of the University of Alcalá has developed a sensor device and its corresponding procedure to detect the presence of any type of objects (vehicles, people, animals, etc…) in points of interest of the railway route (level crossings, tunnels, etc.), sending to the train the visual information and corresponding warning signs. The device consists of a set of cameras located in the environment of each point of interest, an infrared lighting system, an image processing module and a wireless communication system with the train. The system contributes to the increase of safety in rail transport, providing the machinists with visual information about the state of the conflicting points and notifying the presence of obstacles. The system is capable of detecting the presence of objects in daylight and nighttime conditions. The group seeks for licensing agreements, technical cooperation agreements or commercial agreements with technical assistance, with companies that work in the manufacture of safety equipment for rail transport systems.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:System and method of distributed characterization of dispersion profile of an optical fiberThe Photonic Engineering research group of the University of Alcalá, in collaboration with the Institute of Optics of the CSIC and FOCUS S.L. presents a system and method of distributed characterization of optical fibers that provides an absolute measurement of the dispersion profile of the fiber. The group looks for telecommunications companies specialized in the industrial area of sensing and distributed fiber optic characterization, for patent licensing agreements or commercial agreements with technical assistance.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Mode-Locked pulsed Laser using Saturable AbsorberThe research group in Photonic Engineering from Alcalá University, in collaboration with CSIC, offers a mode-locked pulsed laser whose optical resonator comprises a saturable absorber based on nitrides of group III. The use of this type of materials as saturable absorber allows to achieve a high stability and emission energy without increasing the complexity of the system. Its applications cover areas as diverse as medicine, industry, optical communications and scientific research. The group seeks for companies in these sectors to sign technical cooperation agreements, commercial agreements with technical assistance or patent licensing agreements.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Distributed characterization system and method of variations of the refractive index of an optical fiber.The Photonics Research Group of Alcalá University has developed a method and a system that both allow to take at the same time, distributed measures of deformation and temperature, derived from the laser source, vibrations…, based on a ɸ -OTDR system with limited elements and therefore reducing the cost of the sensor system. The group seeks to reach licensing, cooperation and commercial agreements with telecommunications companies or sensing and distributed characterization of optical fiber enterprises.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:System and method of distributed continuous characterization of an optical fiber media.A Spanish research group from the Department of Electronics of Alcalá University has developed a system and a sensing method which allows the fully distributed characterization of optical fiber media with an arbitrary branching of ramifications using wavelength multiplexing techniques to interrogate and identify the different branches of such optical fiber media. The group is looking for companies in the technology and telecommunications sectors to reach licensing agreements, collaboration, and commercial agreements with technical assistance.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Differential detection system over optical fiber based on Brillouin stimulated scattering.A Spanish research group from the Department of Electronics of Alcalá University has developed a system and method for optical fiber sensing based on Brillouin stimulated scattering. This method consists in separating the two signals which comprises the probe signal to obtain the difference between amplification band and attenuation stimulated band or vice versa. The group is looking for companies in the technology sector and telecommunications to reach licensing agreements, collaboration and commercial agreements with technical assistance.