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ICOM

Innovation - Embedded systems

Icom: Efficient in-store inventory

As part of the ICOM project (Infrastructure for COMmerce of the future), learn how RFID technology provides an efficient solution for conducting an in-store inventory. In a superstore setting, items on the shelves have an RFID tag. An inventory of these objects can then be conducted with a portable RFID reader. You will learn how the ICOM platform detects, identifies, and collects the information then validates it before sending it to heterogeneous applications.

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TRAX-BOX - © TRAXENS

Internet of things

Traxens has invented smart containers

18/03/2016

Last September, when a container disappeared from the Port of Montreal, it took two days to find it... by which time it had been emptied of its load of silver ingots worth 10 million dollars. If this container had been equipped with the device created by TRAXENS in collaboration with the Fun project team of Inria Lille - North Europe, this expensive misadventure might have been able to be avoided.

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UBIPOST

Innovation - Embedded systems

UbiPost: a service for the integrity and safe distribution of packages

The sending, transport, and receipt of postal packages are complex, costly procedures in case of disputes by one of the parties. Our system makes it possible to ensure the integrity of the contents of a package as well as a secure, automatic transfer of responsibility among senders, transporters, and recipients.

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®Freepik

Start-up

The algorithm making it easier to access local products

17/06/2019

The start-up "Le Chemin des Mûres " has developed an intelligent transportation solution for the distribution of local farm produce. Its tailored software program calculates rounds that are optimised from start to finish, enabling growers to pool their deliveries together and to save both time and money while supporting the local economy. This tool, developed within Inria in collaboration with the Inocs * team, is part of a wider environmental strategy aimed at reducing the impact of transport at a global level.

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