The project will be solved by a team at a R&D division of the university the Central European Institute of Technology (CEITEC). This European centre of excellence is a research institute established within the university and is one of the major research infrastructure projects financed by the EU. The Central European Institute of Technology provides unique connection of R&D teams in Engineering (embedded systems, communication and control technologies), Material Science (materials, micro- and nano-technologies, and Life Science and state-of-the-art research infrastructure available for the project solution. A research group Cybernetics and robotics will participate in the project and it focuses on research and development of control algorithms, signal processing methods, vibrodiagnostics, acoustic and vibrations sensing systems, embedded hardware design and high performance processing systems. A research team at the Laboratory of smart sensors has been specifically focusing on design and development of vibration, acoustic and fibre-optical sensors, performance and environmental testing of motion sensors and calibration of MEMS devices for more than 10 years.