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Inria, CITRIS and PRIME strike a partnership to accelerate the development of ambitious research and experimentation initiatives on issues relating to urban centers. Mrs. Genevieve Fioraso, French Minister for Higher Education and Research, witnessed the signature of this Memorandum of Understanding. Researchers from Inria and CITRIS will expand their existing relationship and leverage PRIME’s network and programs on smart cities to lead this effort. The trio of experts will reach out to public and private organizations to expand the scope and implementation of their projects.
Inria is a partner of the global 'Futur en Seine' Festival, which will take place in Paris and Ile-de-France from 12 to 22 June. The theme of this fifth festival? Changing the way we see and "do things" together, thanks to digital technology. In two words: "Made with "!
The 4th Workshop Berkeley-Inria-Stanford will take place from June 17th to 19th, 2014.
Place : CNAM, 292 rue Saint-Martin, 75003 Paris (France)
Cities, IoT and Analytics
GoFlow is a two-way crowdsourcing platform that provides private and public data stores to help communities of apps leverage their’ user base to bootstrap their individual service. GoFlow lets you collect custom data from your mobile users, and also allows your mobile users to directly exchange with others nearby when they require real-time information. Crowdsourced data can be processed and filtered in the backend with your custom code to deliver the information you need for your services or products.
- Two-way crowdsourcing
- Mobile sensors
- Smart cities
- On-demand and localized sensing
- Open data
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Arvind Gupta will be visiting us, and give a talk on his experiences and vision about India's "Digital India" and "100 smart cities" initiatives.
Place : Rocquencourt bât.14
Guest(s) : Arvind Gupta
Inria researchers constantly work to help improve our understanding of the phenomena that impact on our planet, to predict future change and seek solutions. Medicine, biology, robotics and ecology are among the many fields of application in which digital science now has a key contribution to make. This is also true of the effort to reverse climate change, a fundamental challenge for the whole planet.
The journal ERCIM News dedicates its 98th issue to Smart Cities. In this issue, Inria Lille - Nord Europe Fun team published an article, and another is devoted to the project CityLab@Inria in which Fun is involved.
Global Industrie Exhibition
A central player in innovation for companies and a showcase for France’s joint research initiatives, the Carnot network, including Inria, will be at the core of the “GLOBAL INDUSTRIe” exhibition (Paris – 27 to 30 March 2018).
Place : Parc des expositions, Villepinte (Hall 5, stand 5D146)