Rencontre Inria - Industrie
Alerion develops high-quality hardware and software components for critical functionalities (safety and reliability) and integrates entire systems from mission specific components.
The aim of the Ambiciti start-up is to produce - and make available to all - the best assessment of exposure to environmental pollution, in particular thanks to hourly pollution maps (noise, air,a minima ) up to street-level resolution, i.e. with a very high level of accuracy. This is extremely innovative.
In order to do this, it has developed a platform for the collection and analysis of environmental pollution data, combining all relevant data sources - digital simulations, observations from fixed sensors, observations from mobile sensors, qualitative observations - to produce a real-time "street by street" mapping of environmental pollution focussing, in the first instance, on air and noise quality.
We demonstrate how Cryptosense's Analyzer finds and show how to fix security flaws in applications liked to their (mis)use of cryptography.
A genuine chain that integrates hardware and software, HIKOB systems collect complex data and support advanced processing operations. Quick and easy to install, and long-lasting, HIKOB systems make it possible to increase the number of measuring points and adapt to any type of deployment context, in any field conditions, while eliminating cable system deployment and maintenance costs.
You have 30 seconds to send or receive confidential files. They must be encrypted, but you don't anything on the hardware or software of your interlocutor. The exchange must be traceable and controlable by your organisation. Impossible ? No, use Lybero.net.
Metronaut is a mobile app, equipped with real-time musical AI, that revolutionises musical accompaniment. It listens to the instrument player or singer and adapts the accompaniment tempo to their interpretation like a real musician would. Through Intelligent Machine Listening, that has been developed for 7 years at IRCAM and Inria in Paris, Metronaut gives musicians the opportunity to never practice music alone again.
Allowing web users to easily find the fashionable products they see on the web: that is the ambition of Deepomatic, a start-up co-created by an Inria research engineer. A tool that one day may put an end to advertising as we know it.
The imaging software suite Nenuphar aims to improve the patient's care in oncology. It offers to radiologists a set of innovative imaging processing tools to easily and quickly gather several information about a tumoral lesion. For the oncologists, the software offers tools to predict the tumoral growth or to evaluate the efficiency of the treatment in order to adapt precisely the therapeutic strategy and better prevent the relapses.
Opensquare, a young start-up originating from the ALMAnaCH project team at Inria’s Paris research centre, is reinventing in-house opinion surveys. By automating the process of collecting and analysing responses, the company gives employees a voice and presents their recommendations in a relevant way to release collective intelligence.
OptiClimb aims at reducing the fuel consumption of an aircraft during the climb phase. Performance models are built for each individual aircraft using the flight data. The new climb profiles optimized from the performance models are provided to the pilot and allow to save 10% of fuel.
Therapixel, an Inria start-up, provides a system to access data and images without ever touching a screen or a keyboard. A long-awaited solution for surgeons who cannot allow any kind of contact with unsanitised material in operating theatres. An exchange of views between technical manager Pierre Fillard and company chairman Olivier Clatz.
These articles could interest you:
- Isabelle Ryl, director of the Inria Paris research centre
- Bertrand Braunschweig, director of the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre
- Philippe Roy, deputy executive officer, Cap Digital
- François Cuny, executive officer, Systematic
- Anne-Lise Chenet-Pflieger, head of the Technology Transfer, Innovation and Partnerships department, Inria Paris
- Brigitte Dueme, head of the Technology Transfer, Innovation and Partnerships department, Inria Saclay - Île-de-France
- Sylvain Gitton, business engineer, DGDT (Directorate-General for Technology Transfer and Industrial Partnerships)
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