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With many career choices behind him, Marcus Denker has gained a rich and varied professional experience in Germany, Switzerland, Chile and France.A specialist in open source software, he is now bringing the benefit of this experience to the Inria Lille - Nord Europe RMoD project team.
Denis Bonheure lives in Brussels and is a member of the MEPHYSTO research team at INRIA Lille - Nord Europe. Well accustomed to travelling from one country to another, he sees mathematics as an international language that transcends all borders.
Valeria Loscri has exchanged the warm sun of southern Italy for the altogether different climate of Lille.A passionate computer scientist, she has now brought her networking expertise to the Inria Lille Nord – Europe FUN project team.
Designed as a test-bed for the technologies underlying the Internet of Things, the FIT IoT-Lab was officially opened at Inria Lille – Nord Europe.The lab will provide an innovative new infrastructure for researchers and manufacturers.
- Internet of things
- Connected objects
- Fun project team
- Sensor networks
- Internet of tomorrow
- Internet of the future
Rencontres Inria Industrie
With 150 nodes deployed at INRIA (Lannion and Rennes), SmartSense collects many different data related to energy consumed and uses in buildings. These data pave the way for a large number of applications, in particular in data mining, electrical load disaggregation or in sensor processing. Each node comprises approximately 20 sensors: camera, infra-red, audio, radio spectrum sensing, 9-axis inertial, humidity, atmospheric pressure, temperature, light (red, green, blue, white, UVA, UVB), centimeter precision distance ranging, C02+VOV.
Home > Centre > Paris > Innovation > RII "Les données" 17-18 octobre 2017 > Demos > SmartSense : une plate-forme expérimentale de réseau de capteurs pour la gestion de l’énergie et des usages dans les bâtiments
The chosen topic for the second Semaine des mathématiques (Maths Week)
, 18th - 24th March 2013, is "Mathematics for planet Earth".
Certain mathematics and digital sciences projects are focussing on the key challenge of sustainable development. However, this concern with respect for our planet may also have a shared effect, without being the stated aim, as illustrated by a number of examples.
- Alain Couvreur
- Aline Carneiro Viana
- Sensor networks
- Inria Saclay - Île-de-France
- Smart grids