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Inria Awards 2016
In April 2015, the Inria Lille – Nord Europe research centre launched InriaTech, a technology transfer platform designed to increase the exchanges with companies, many of which are local. Result of a collective dynamic, this pilot initiative is an central element of the Institut’s national policy of promoting such transfers. The multiservice team responsible for setting up InriaTech is receiving the award for its involvement in the creation of this ‘innovation accelerator’.
Backed by Région Bretagne (Brittany regional council), the ERDF and Rennes Métropole, the Inria research centre in Rennes is putting in place a new service aimed at businesses in order to facilitate their access to technology transfer and respond more quickly to their innovation requirements.
- Mélanie Raimbault
- INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
In its two years of existence, the InriaTech scheme that began in the Inria Lille - Nord Europe centre has already clocked up numerous successes. Its goal: to facilitate the balance between the results of the research carried out by the Inria project teams and the needs of the businesses. Contracts with SMEs, start-ups but also key accounts in the region - the approach is attracting an increasing number of companies.
La Maison Attentive, an interior design firm that works with the Inria Lille centre and NooliTIC, has produced a proof of concept for Zephyr, an intelligent, voice-activated overbed table. Created in less than a month, this tool is designed to offer greater independence to persons with reduced mobility.
Isabelle Herlin, Director of the Inria Lille-Nord Europe Center, was made a knight of the order of Merit (chevalier de l'ordre du Mérite) in November 2017.
- Ordre du mérite
- Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center
- Isabelle Herlin
- French Tech
Isabelle Herlin, Director of the Inria Lille-Nord Europe Center, was made a Knight of the Order of Merit (Chevalier de l'Ordre du Mérite) in November 2017.
The blockchain is one of the emerging technologies. It could revolutionize several sectors of the economy, starting with the banking and insurance sectors. The Utocat start-up, pioneer and expert in this field, has called on Inria in order for make advances in applied research with regard to this cutting-edge technology. A fruitful partnership, even if it was not a foregone conclusion.
Inria Awards 2016
The multiservice team responsible for setting up the InriaTECH Initiative in Lille : Inria's Support for Research and Innovation Award
In April 2015, the Inria Lille – Nord Europe research centre launched InriaTECH , a technology transfer platform designed to increase the exchanges with companies, many of which are local. Result of a collective dynamic, this pilot initiative is an central element of the Institut’s national policy of promoting such transfers. The multiservice team responsible for setting up InriaTECH is receiving the award for its involvement in the creation of this ‘innovation accelerator’.
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On December 6, the Inria Lille research center will inaugurate its new demonstration area, where the results of some partnerships between Inria teams and start-ups will be presented. The prototypes include a robot gripper developed jointly by project team Defrost and the company TDR.
Since April 2015, through the Lille research centre, Inria has been trying out a new initiative in the Hauts-de-France region aimed at transferring the technologies of its research teams to businesses: InriaTECH. This initiative - Inria's first technology transfer platform aimed at accelerating technology transfer towards businesses - is part of French Tech, an action for the growth of start-ups.