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The Inria Innovation Lab and Labcom systems boost technology transfers to SMEs

In order to boost technology transfers to SMEs and SMIs, Inria has established the Inria Innovation Lab (ex I-Labs) and Labcom systems. The idea is to bring together an Inria project team and a partner SME in a joint laboratory.



The two partners define a joint, specific work program lasting two to three years. Incentives are given by Inria or the National Research Agency to the project team involved, while the SME can receive government assistance to finance its research project. The innovation capacity of these SMEs must be reinforced with an increase in their R&D recruitments and technology transfers.


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Inria Innovation Lab Voice Technologie : Studio Maia & Multispeech project-team

In July 2017, Inria and Studio Maia joined forces within an Inria Innovation Lab named 'Voice Technologie'. The goal of this collaboration is to develop a software suite aimed at sound professionals for speech processing in the multimedia creation chain.

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Inria Innovation Lab Colinocs : Colisweb & INOCS project-team

After an initial collaboration contract signed in July 2015, aimed at optimising and automating the assignment of loads to transporters, Inria and the company Colisweb decided to continue their partnership by launching, in November 2016, an Inria Innovation Lab. Its aim: to continue improving the transporter management solution and develop income management modules. 

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Inria Innovation Lab EduMICS : Educlever & the joint project-team I3S/WIMMICS

In February 2017, Inria and Educlever launched the EduMICS Inria Innovation Lab, aimed at accelerating Educlever's research in the field of adaptive and collaborative learning.

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LabCom Cineviz : SolidAnim & MimeTIC team-project

The goal of this joint laboratory named Cineviz is to propose the Film industry a set of new previzualisation tools that ease the creation of cinematographic sequences in virtual environments before the shooting (previzualisation stage or previs), and prepare the technical implementation of these sequences during the shooting (technical vizualisation stage or techvis). 

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Inria Innovation Lab Triton : Beepeers & ZENITH project-team

In February 2014, Inria and the company Beepeers decided to join forces within the context of an Inria Innovation Lab. The aim of this partnership - which was renewed in July 2016 - is to enable Beepeers to boost its competitiveness by using the Triton software factory in order to produce, and rapidly put into operation, social networks on mobiles.

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Inria Innovation Lab OSCAR : Safety Line & Commands project-team

In February 2016, Inria and the company Safety Line launched the Inria Innovation Lab OSCAR (OptimiSation of Consumption for AiRplanes) for a period of three years. This joint laboratory aims to improve development of the product OptiClimb and to provide airlines with flight scheduling and operational performance management tools. The benefit for industry is reflected in the optimisation of fuel consumption and the reduction in CO2 emissions.

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Inria Innovation Lab CertiVIBE : Mensia Technologies & HYBRID project-team

Since 2015, Inria and Mensia Technologies have been working within the Inria Innovation Lab CertiViBE, whose objective is to facilitate the development of medical devices based on OpenViBE, Inria's flagship software used as a daily support for research, and to promote transfer possibilities in the medical field.

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Inria Innovation Lab LEELCO : Expway & Privatics project-team

LEELCO, or "Low End-to-End Latency COmmunications", is an Inria Innovation Lab founded mid-2015 by the Expway SME and the Privatics Inria research team.

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Inria Innovation Lab Exapta : Ertus Consulting & project-team Realopt

The aim of this shared project, led by Ertus Consulting (Ertus Management group) and the joint project team RealOpt (Inria, University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, CNRS) is to simplify operations management in the wine-producing sector.

The goal is to develop a decision support tool making it possible to facilitate the planning of work in the vineyard and to calibrate equipment and strategy, such as those relating to phytosanitary treatments or soil management.

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SIWA Inria Innovation Lab: Mauna Kea Technologies & the ASCLEPIOS project team

The SIWA project is based around two complementary methodologies: content-based image retrieval to assist in the interpretation of images, and image registration to improve images in real-time.

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