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MSR is a French language conference within the general sphere of modelling, analysis and control of reactive systems in real time. More specifically, it concerns researchers and industrialists interested in designing applications based on continuous, discrete or hybrid systems. The conference will be held from November 16th to 18th 2011 in Lille.
- Modelling Reactive Systems
- Systems security
- Buried systems
- Industrial systems
- Real-time systems
- Mobile systems
- Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Centre
The "SI / @ Baggio" robotics competition organised by the Lycée Baggio in Lille and sponsored by Inria Lille - Nord Europe took place on Thursday 2 and Friday 3 April. In partnership with various educational establishments, this challenge to build a robot using Lego Mindstorms involved students of all levels competing against each other to build a robot from A to Z in a day and a half!
On 4th November, children from Bordeaux and Nancy, with support from the Inria research centres, will participate in the R2T2 international mission, initiated by Professor Francesco Mondada from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Their task: to use their computer skills here on Earth to program robots to repair the generator of Mars Base R45, which has been damaged by a meteorite.
- Inria Nancy - Grand Est
- Educational actions
- Inria Bordeaux - Sud Ouest
- Scientific mediation
Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest Research Centre, Thursday 2nd April 2015, 11 AM. A meeting between Monique Thonnat, Director of the Centre, and Jérôme Laplace, Director of Generation Robots, to sign the distribution and brand licensing agreement for Poppy. The SME, a programmable robot specialist, will handle the distribution of the research team's latest creation
- 3D printing
- Educational actions
- Génération Robots
- FLOWERS Project-team
Rencontres Inria - Industrie
During this demonstration we present ViSP standing for Visual Servoing Platform. ViSP is a modular cross platform library that allows prototyping and developing applications using visual tracking and visual servoing technics at the heart of the researches done by Inria Lagadic team. ViSP is able to compute control laws that can be applied to robotic systems. It provides a set of visual features that can be tracked using real time image processing or computer vision algorithms. ViSP provides also simulation capabilities. ViSP can be useful in robotics, computer vision, augmented reality and computer animation. Written in C++, ViSP is cross-platform and builds on several platforms including Linux, OSX and Windows.
Introducing computing and robotics in schools is child's play! That is the message the Flowers team wishes to get across using IniRobot, an introductory learning sequence to robotics.
Robocortex is the latest start-up to come out of Inria. It was created by Ezio Malis, a researcher turned entrepreneur, in response to the interest shown in his research results by industrial companies. His image analysis software, designed for robot vision, has many potential civilian and military applications, from reconnaissance drones to vacuum cleaners. We spoke with this innovator.
On 11 June François Hollande, the French president, welcomed investors and entrepreneurs who will be forging the French economy of tomorrow. Among these visitors was Poppy, the open-source 3D-printed humanoid robot from Bordeaux.
Inria and the Lycée Raoul Follereau (in the Dijon regional education authority) signed a partnership agreement on Thursday 20 March 2014 in the school's conference hall. The partnership's main objective is to increase interest from young people, particularly girls, in digital sciences through supported robotics activities within the establishment.
From Monday, 24 February to Wednesday, 5 March 2014, the Chapel of Saintonge Secondary School in Bordeaux hosted Êtres et Numérique (The Human and the Digital), an art and science residency that staged a dance between a humanoid robot and a woman. A repeat performance was given on Thursday, 13 March, at 5.45 p.m., to mark the opening of the school’s new platform.