Ultra-Low Power technologies and Memory architectures for IoT


The Ultra-Low-Power (ULP) open technology platform was created within the PRIME project. It contains all the necessary design and architectural blocks and components that enable European industry to become more competitive as a leading ecosystem and take advantage of the market opportunities created by the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution.

During 3 years of the project key components of IoT ULP systems for medical, agricultural, household and security applications were developed and demonstrated.

CEZAMAT in cooperation with ST Microelectronics developed dispersed monitoring systems: self-organizing networks of communicating sensors. We developed state-of-the art, ultra-low power internet of things ecosystem for smart city and smart living. All critical elements of the system: wireless sensors nodes (hardware and firmware), communication server software and visualisation software have been developed in Cezamat with special focus on our specialization, an ultra-low power electronic devices.

Based on our solution, a deployable, autonomous monitoring systems can be customized with functionality defined by applied sensors (light sensor, humidity sensor, temperature sensor, CO2 sensor, pressure sensor, accelerometer, biosensors etc.).

General use applications are Automation (Home, Office, Building, Large area, Warehouses), monitoring, occupancy monitoring, Smart Cities, constellations (Small satellite, UAV), environmental monitoring, agricultural monitoring (Smart agriculture) and others.


Grant Agreement— PRIME—H2020-ECSEL-2015-1-RIA-two-stage-Master/H2020-ECSEL-2015-1-RIA-two-stage, with the Electronic Component Systems for European Leadership Joint Undertaking (ECSEL JU) funded under Horizon 2020

Project value

  • Project value: 38 847 240,25 EUR
  • Value of co-financing: 12 199 487,08 EUR

Project Manager

  • Professor Romuald B. Beck
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