The grouping proposes to exploit the availability of the CNR clean room for the manufacture of MEMS devices and to satisfy in this way the need for SMEs to have microsystems that integrate the transducers and the control electronics in their products. A general-purpose micro-system product range integrated into Smart Packages or modular HW architectures. In a broad spectrum, Micronet aims to create a cluster of SMEs operating on multiple products belonging to different markets, such as consumer domotics, automotive, industrial automation, biomedical, environmental safety/ road/building. The specific objectives, depending on the needs of the particular company, begin with the definition of specifications and the development of a hardware and software architecture including transduction nodes and control nodes. Subsequently we move on to the development of these local or remote nodes, which integrate with smart packaging technologies microsensors, microactuators and electronic circuits with signal acquisition and conditioning capabilities, pre-processing, and wireless interface. The device in question must perform the intended function and some auxiliary functions, such as compatible power supply, self-diagnosis, anti-EMI/EMC filters. The established technologies, already in the possession of the institute, are different, such as vacuum, flow, thermal conductivity, mass sensors, micro-hotplates and IR emitters, semiconductor gas sensor systems, strain sensors, light sensors , thermopiles and bolometers, ultrasonic (opto-acoustic) sources and detectors, photovoltaic cells, external actuated microvalves, Si and SiC cantilevers, microfluidic circuits, jet heads and microprojectors, nanotube arrays and oriented nanowires. Furthermore, Micronet proposes itself in the development of self-powering/energy-harvesting and front-end wireless communication systems for microcontrollers and microtransducers.