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Science & Innovation
Since April 2010, the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie science museum at Parc de la Villette in Paris has played host to the Tech’ Galerie: a 400sq.m. exhibition and debating venue dedicated to tomorrow's technologies. Pierre Ricono, Tech’ Galerie project manager, takes a look back at this pilot experiment and Inria's involvement in the event.
Maintenance Expo is the annual event allowing professionals in charge of industrial and tertiary asset bases to find the most suitable solutions to improve the durability of their production tools in a constantly changing economic, technological, and competitive environment.
Place : Parc des Expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte
The Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique research centre is involved in the establishment of the European research area and develops numerous European and international scientific and academic collaborations.
For many years the preserve of large industrial companies, virtual reality applications are now becoming available to the wider public. However, there are still problems of perception that remain to be solved. To coincide with the IEEE VR 2015 conference, jointly organised by Inria, Sébastien Kuntz, founder of Middle VR, reflects on this step change.
Combining augmented reality and virtual reality, virtual immersion offers an approach based on the user’s perception of a digital universe. David Nahon, director of the Dassault Systèmes Passion for Innovation Immersive Virtuality (iV) Lab, gives us his point of view to coincide with the IEEE VR 2015 conference, jointly organised by Inria.
History of Inria
An alumnus of the prestigious Ecole Polytechnique, André Danzin was a major player in the Plan Calcul, among other major French industrial projects. He was appointed Director of IRIA in June 1972 by Maurice Allègre, the government's head of computer science at the time.
For the past year, the SME Idées-3Com has been working hand-in-hand with Inria on complex 3D modelling projects. Their work has been based at a joint research laboratory, where all avenues are explored. We look back at a fruitful collaboration.
Inria places great importance in the transferring of its research to benefit industry. This process has a major impact on the economy and also, in general terms, society. In order to promote research upstream with industry, the institute has created a system of shared laboratories with long-standing partners. These laboratories have been created with a view to removing technological barriers on major, well-defined subjects. Each partner dedicates significant human resources.
- Microsoft research
- Alcatel Lucent
- Communication network
- Microsoft Research
- Self-organised network
- Reliability security
- Formal method
- EIT ICT Labs
- Joint laboratory
- Green Touch
- Bell Labs
Start-up - Golaem
Golaem has developed a software suite that directs autonomous virtual humans capable of making decisions. Its goal: to anticipate the movements of people in order to examine the impact of the environment on their behavior. This unique solution on the market can be used in both the urban architecture sector and in industry, transport, and the world of imaging. Interview with Stéphane Donikian, President and CEO of Golaem.
- Stéphane Donikia
- Serious games
- Virtual reality
- Special effects
- Video game
Transferring skills and results from research to industry is one of Inria’s core objectives. The institute encourages and supports projects involving transfers between their research teams and the industrial world, the goal being to enhance the impact research has on society, to support innovation at a company level and to boost regional economic development.