Wi-Fi Sensing

The laboratory is at the forefront of developing and applying Wi-Fi sensing technologies. Our goal is to explore and innovate how Wi-Fi networks can be used not only for communication but also to perceive and understand our surroundings. Through the analysis of Wi-Fi signals, we develop solutions capable of detecting movements, identifying people, mapping environments, and monitoring vital parameters without the need for wearable devices.

Our projects aim to create new possibilities for human-machine interaction. Our team is dedicated to finding innovative solutions that can make Wi-Fi technology an even more versatile and integrated tool into our daily lives.

We invite students, researchers, and industrial partners to join us in this exciting adventure to explore the potential of Wi-Fi sensing together and help define the future of wireless technology.

Marco Cascio
Alessio Fagioli
Luigi Cinque

– Danilo Avola, Marco Cascio, Luigi Cinque, Alessio Fagioli, and Chiara Petrioli. “Person Re Identification Through Wi Fi Extracted Radio Biometric Signatures”. In: IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, vol. 17, pp. 1145–1158, 2022
– Danilo Avola, Marco Cascio, Luigi Cinque, Alessio Fagioli, and Gian Luca Foresti. “Human Silhouette and Skeleton Video Synthesis Through Wi Fi Signals”. In: International Journal of Neural Systems, vol. 32, no. 05, p. 2250015, 2022