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In an extremely competitive global market, the French wine-making sector must face numerous challenges. It must maintain its competitiveness in a durable way, and evolve so as to be in tune with societal expectations. EXAPTA - a decision-support tool (DST) adaptable to any vineyard - was created with this in mind.
Born at Inria research center in Rennes, Brittany, France, circa 2009, OpenViBE has become a leading open source software for Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) and neuroscience research. A spin-off of the institute owning an exclusive license of the software for commercial applications, Mensia Technologies markets this technology through its own line of products as well as services to other vendors or neurotherapists. The company and the scientists are now starting a joint effort to make the software medically certifiable, thus easing the future certification of OpenViBE-based applications created by third parties.
- Mensia Technologies
- Inria Innovation Lab
- INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
- Anatole Lecuyer
Inria and Technologies
Créé au centre Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique vers 2009, OpenViBE est devenu un des principaux logiciels open source dans le domaine des interfaces cerveau-ordinateur (ICO) et des recherches en neurosciences.
In January 2014, Inria and the company VISEO launched a joint laboratory called SMILK (Social Media Intelligence and Linked Knowledge), for a duration of three years. The aim of this joint laboratory was to accelerate the analysis of Web and social media content and data.
Launched in 2009, renewed in 2012, and finished in 2016, the collaborative work between the Inria project team CLIME and NUMTECH was based on meteorology and air quality. The main focus of this laboratory involved assimilation in atmospheric dispersion, ensemble forecasts, downscaling, uncertainty and statistical methods.
The aim of this shared project, led by Ertus Consulting (Ertus Management group) and the joint project team RealOpt (Inria, University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, CNRS) is to simplify operations management in the wine-producing sector.
The goal is to develop a decision support tool making it possible to facilitate the planning of work in the vineyard and to calibrate equipment and strategy, such as those relating to phytosanitary treatments or soil management.
LEELCO, or "Low End-to-End Latency COmmunications", is an Inria Innovation Lab founded mid-2015 by the Expway SME and the Privatics Inria research team.
In February 2014, Inria and the company Beepeers decided to join forces within the context of an Inria Innovation Lab. The aim of this partnership - which was renewed in July 2016 - is to enable Beepeers to boost its competitiveness by using the Triton software factory in order to produce, and rapidly put into operation, social networks on mobiles.
In February 2016, Inria and the company Safety Line launched the Inria Innovation Lab OSCAR (OptimiSation of Consumption for AiRplanes) for a period of three years. This joint laboratory aims to improve development of the product OptiClimb and to provide airlines with flight scheduling and operational performance management tools. The benefit for industry is reflected in the optimisation of fuel consumption and the reduction in CO2 emissions.