There are 32 Results with the keyword : "Technology transfer"
On November 27 2013, at 6 pm, at Bercy, Fleur Pellerin, Minister of State responsible for Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation, and the Digital Economy, alongside Louis Gallois, the French General Commissioner for Public Investment, officially presented theFrench Techinitiative, formerly known by its code nameQuartiers numériques(Digital Neighbourhoods).
The purpose of this initiative is to organise and highlight, in France and abroad, French digital ecosystems - both existing ones and those that need to be created - in order to encourage the growth of digital enterprises and help them become leaders worldwide.
Technology transfer policy
For Inria Nancy - Grand-Est, whose assignment closely combines research and technology transfer, technology development is a central issue. To achieve this, the research centre relies on a strong and dynamic industrial network. It also draws on a community-based partnership with competitiveness clusters in the Grand-Est region in order to develop collaborative and innovative projects. In doing so, it helps the companies involved to assume a top-flight position in France and around the world.
The Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique research centre has adopted the mission of strengthening its systems for technology transfer to SMEs.
Thanks to the support of the Commands team, the start-up Safety Line is offering the aeronautical industry a solution for fine-tuning take-off phases. The objective is to reduce fuel consumption.
Rémi Ronchaud is the head of the industrial relations department of the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre. He presents the missions of the department within the context of industry and partnerships of the plateau de Saclay.
Technology Transfer at Inria
For fifteen years, Inria has organized the "Inria-Industry Meetings," national topical events during which Inria presents its research and technology transfer offering to companies of a given sector, primarily for SMEs.
These events are organized several times per year, in partnership with the competitiveness clusters involved in the topic. As such, industry players in commerce, healthcare, software security, transport, and or numerical simulation, for example, have come together in recent years at the various Inria research centers in France to discuss their issues of innovation.
Interview with Philippe Gesnouin
On 15 April in Bordeaux, Inria will be holding an Inria-Industry meetings event on the theme of ‘digital industries for health’. This event will be held concurrently with the IHE Connectathon, the annual European meeting on data standardisation in the health sector. To mark the occasion, Philippe Gesnouin looks back at Inria's research work and technological contributions in the sector, and discusses the choice of the Aquitaine basin as the ideal venue for these meetings.
- Technology Transfer
- Health industry
- Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest
- Philippe Gesnouin
- Digital industry
- Life sciences
Technology transfer policy
For Inria Nancy - Grand Est, whose assignment closely combines research and technology transfer, technology development is a central issue. To achieve this, the research centre relies on a strong and dynamic industrial network. It also draws on a community-based partnership with competitiveness clusters in the Grand-Est region in order to develop collaborative and innovative projects. In doing so, it helps the companies involved to assume a top-flight position in France and around the world.
Thanks to the dedication of the Hauts-de-France Regional Council, the Métropole Européenne de Lille, ans the financial support of European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Center is getting ready to test out a new technology transfer platform, called InriaTech. As of mid-2015, around ten engineers will be on call to develop the transfer of research to local innovating SMEs. David Simplot-Ryl, Director of the Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Center, explains all.