The University of Oviedo, established in 1608, is a Spanish public university with more than 1.500 researchers and 250 research groups.

The Ad Futurum Project («Campus of International Excellence» award of the Spanish Ministry of Education, November 2006) promotes specialisation in two strategic areas: Energy, Environment and Climate Change, and Biomedicine and Health. Specific objectives of the Ad Futurum Project are internationalisation and collaboration with businesses and society, and the creation of sustainable and permeable Campus to the social and urban environment.


The Signal Theory and Communications Group was established in 2001 at the Department of Electrical Engineering of the Polytechnical School of Engineering in Gijon, and is one of the 23 groups of the University of Oviedo that has obtained national accreditation.

The team has strong expertise on radar in recent advances in sensors, signal processing, location algorithms and electromagnetic emissions studies.


Main contribution to WP8 leading the task on sea sentry surveillance and internal security in the platform.

Additional participation in WP1, WP2, WP3 and WP11.