Dynamic Acoustic Networks for Changing Environments (DANCE) Project is composed of two subprojects and involves researchers from three Spanish universities with previous joint experience in projects of this topic or field. Their research is aimed at the development of scientific advances that boost applications of clear socio-economic interest and potential transfer, and is intended to produce a positive impact on the life quality of citizens.
Each subproject addresses the following scientific questions:
Dance-Fame: acoustic analysis of dynamic indoor, algorithms and strategies for active control and reproduction, applications for indoor dynamic real-life scenes.
Dance-Salsa: acoustical analysis of the physical scenario, testing surveillance algorithms with DASN, active localization of nodes, detection and localization specific events: small UAVs and gunshots.