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WiWi measured a tilt of 2cm.

"At NICT, a Japanese national research laboratory in charge of Japan Standard Time, chief researcher Nobuyasu Shiga and the WiWi Team are developing technology to synchronize the world's growing number of sensors. This video summarizes an experiment that used WiWi (Wireless two-Way Interferometry) technology to monitor the infrastructure deformation of a metal tower.”

What is WiWi?

At NICT, a Japanese national laboratory in charge of Japan standard time, chief researcher Nobuyasu Shiga and the WiWi Team are working on new technology to synchronize the world's growing number of sensors.
The Vision: "To establish an environment where precise synchronization is readily available for better human interaction."
WiWi (Wireless two-Way Interferometry) will enable any communication device to be equipped with precise synchronization and distance measurement capability.