For more than 20 years, SIRADEL’s never stopped to innovate thanks to a strong R&D, with 2 teams divided between Rennes (France) and Toronto (Canada). With more than 30 R&D collaborative projects in Europe and France, we have developped a large network of partners, from academic labs to private companies.
SIRADEL speeds up the convergence between wireless, fixed networks and urban infrastructures (energy, water, transportation…), while developping new tools and paradygms for understanding and co-designing cities more efficiently. Key research topics encompass wireless network design optimization and advanced channel modeling. We also develop news methods to digitize large urban territories in 3D, and to automatically extract semantics. Finally we explore innovative big geodata management systems to share and exploit the considerable amount of heterogeneous geodata generated by cities and its stakeholders.
Brave is a collaborative research project started in January 2018, that aims at creating new physical-layer (PHY) techniques devoted to beyond-5G wireless communications.
The project objectives are to optimize the network architectures and topologies, design new transmission technologies based on massive MIMO and mmWave, and introduce new methodological approaches for network optimization.
LEXNET objectives was to investigate methods, technologies and architectures to reduce the global population exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) induced by wireless networks.
SIRADEL developed in a context of emergency production, semi-automatic methods to produce quickly at a large scale 3D cities from heterogeneous data, and to simulate dynamically in Virtual Battlespace 3 the performance of a radio network virtually deployed.