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Prizes and distinctions
At the RATP OpenDataLab competition, held on 24 and 25 May, a team made up of Sara Hachem, Giorgios Mathioudakis, George Rosca and Animesh Pathak, from the Arles project team, and assisted by Valérie Issarny and the company, Ambientic, was awarded the 'Mashup' prize for its 'neverBLate' application. The purpose of this open competition is to improve the services provided by the public transport operator, RATP.
Inria, la Ville de Paris et Particitae organisent les dimanches 18 et 25 septembre un parcours de mesure collective citoyenne du bruit autour de la place de la Nation.
Place : Place de la Nation, au kiosque à musique situé entre le boulevard Diderot et l'avenue Dorian
The Ambiciti application, which is revolutionary in the real-time analysis of air and noise pollution, is already used in several cities in Europe and the United States will soon follow. Capable of providing the level of air and noise pollution street-by-street and in real time, thereby proposing the "healthiest" itinerary, the application provides a solution to urban citizens to live better in their city. The application was deployed in Paris on 25 September 2016 as part of Car-Free Day.
The Pl@ntNet application enables, with the help of a smartphone, the real-time identification of plants and the collection and sharing of its observations in order to help with their identification.
Originally only used for the monitoring of rare, exotic or endangered plant species, the application is diversifying and opening up its directory to ornamental plants and plants cultivated in our regions, as well as abroad (North America, South America and the West Indies in particular), thereby answering the main questions of its users and enabling the number of references in the directory to almost double.
Since 2012, the Phœnix project team from the Bordeaux - Sud-ouest research centre - a joint team with the University of Bordeaux and the CNRS - has been developing a digital classroom assistant, Collège+. It facilitates the inclusion of pupils with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in regular classes.
The first version of this tool, tested in three secondary schools on 50 students from the Bordeaux regional education authority, showed that it brought real benefits to children with ASD.
This application received the academic award for educational innovation in 2014.
A tablet version is now available for free on the l’AppStore.