You are invited to read the article in the newspaper Delo, to which our laboratory members, Argene Superina and dr. Matevž Pogačnik, contributed their thoughts on multimedia and interdisciplinarity.
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Our experts acquire concrete and extensive knowledge, which can be immediately implemented in further work.Lea ŠmigocTelekom Slovenije d.d.
We did not achieve a significant added value with the first series of children's chairs. LTFE and Makerlab engineers have added sensors, communication, and application to help us develop our first digital product.Matej KoširRimarket, Jurjevica
Our universal solution for measuring power consumption collects data from residential, commercial and industrial network systems. We are changing our research and development from an electrically-centric to ICT & electrically focused digital solution. The help of the LTFE team as our "think tank" and development team is invaluable.Marko MišmašIskra Emeco, Kranj
Laboratory for Telecommunications at Faculty of Electrical Engineering (LTFE) is a home to many projects related to rural development and addressing other issues in the field of contributing to a friendly living space for the future generations. One of our currently running projects is SaMBA (co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund via Interreg Alpine Space), a project that fosters a collaboration of 13 partners from Austria, Germany, Italy, France, and Slovenia, and enables us to research different options for increasing sustainable mobility, that is to say mobility that will also be sustainable for our offspring.Read More
On Tuesday and Wednesday, 29th and 30th January, Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Ljubljana hosted the second meeting for SaMBA, a project that is running in the framework of Interreg Alpine Space cooperation programme. The main general objective of SaMBA is increasing options for low carbon mobility and transport. Laboratory for Telecommunications is contributing towards the realization of this goal in collaboration with several partners from Austria, Germany, Italy, France, and Slovenia.Read More
On 24 and 25 of January, we hosted the third Tourest project meeting, Interreg Adrion programme. Faculty of Electrical engineering hosted the event in collaboration with Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering.