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Getting around in the city can sometimes be a nightmare. How can we improve urban and suburban transport? What ideas have Inria researchers come up with for the cities of the future? On 23 June at Jouy-en-Josas, the next edition of the Inria-Industry Meetings will attempt to answer these questions. During the event, the NeCS project-team and the company Karrus will present an experiment being conducted in Grenoble. Interview with Denis Jacquet, Chairman of Karrus.
Inria announces the creation of InSimo, an innovative company in the field of medical simulation software
InSimo, a medical simulation software publisher, offers a software platform developed, among others, by Inria, which introduces a new generation of medical simulators to the market. These simulators are more accurate and take less time to develop. Furthermore, these simulators will help broaden the scope of application to meet new requirements in terms of assistance in planning and completing increasingly complex surgical operations.
EIT ICT Labs
EIT ICT Labs calls for high-growth European startups active in digital technologies to apply for the 2015 edition of its Idea Challenge contest. The call for application is open from May 6 till July 6. Successful applicants win up to 40,000 Euro and benefit from the pan-European Business Development Accelerator of EIT ICT Labs to become European success stories.
Transfer of technology
Anne-Marie Kermarrec, a researcher at Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique research centre, is planning to found a start-up company based on her work on a scientific project funded by the European Research Council (ERC). Her aim is to help website publishers offer content that is individually tailored to the requirements of each user.
For twenty years, Inria has organized the "Inria-Industry Meetings," national topical events during which Inria presents its research and technology transfer offering to companies of a given sector, primarily for SMEs.
Netva Program 2015
XtremLogic, an Inria startup founded in 2014, has been selected for the NETVA 2015 program, which provides personalised support and mentoring to prepare the winners for taking on the American markets.
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.
Three projects stemming from Inria have won awards as part of the national i-LAB competition - backed by the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research (MENESR) and Bpifrance - whose aim is to identify and support French projects for the creation of innovative technology companies.
The problem Colisweb submitted to the Inocs team at Inria Lille - Nord Europe was a complex one.The aim was to work out the schedule for a fleet of delivery vehicles in advance - and without knowing their workload -so that the company could offer instant deliveries at no extra cost.
After completing his PhD and carrying out postdoctoral research at Inria’s Paris centre, Tie Cheng decided to take the leap into the world of enterprise. In October 2016, he founded Matrix Lead, a start-up which offers tools for optimising Excel spreadsheets.