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Inria partner of Grenoble Innovation Fair 2011

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Inria, partner of Grenoble Innovation Fair, presents its latest technological innovations and platforms in the fields of healthcare, transportation, services and applications for mobile devices, high performance computing and augmented or virtual reality. 

  • Date : 20/10/2011 to 21/10/2011
  • Place : Grenoble - Allpexpo - France
  • Organiser(s) : Dispositifs de valorisation mutualisés : GRAVIT - GRAIN - PETALE

Discover Inria innovations on dedicated booths :

  • P-Locus : Analysis of structures and tissues in brain MRIs
  • Pedestrian Indoor Navigation using a smartphone
  • RecVis : Face detection and identification
  • HiKoB : Large scale wireless sensing

To boost technological advances in the domain of digital sciences, Inria develops with its partners experimentation platforms and expertise centres, open to industrial and academic collaborations.
On the Inria booth at GIF 2011 will be presented :

  • SensLab : a platform for testing large-scale sensor networks
  • Grimage : advanced infrastructure for research in augmented and virtual reality
  • Initiative Services Mobiles : expertise centre for development of applications and services on mobile devices
  • High Performance Computing : skill centre and ressources for simulation and High Performance Computing technologies


On 20 and 21 October 2011 tomorrow’s leading companies will gather in Grenoble, France, to present more than 150 innovative technologies.

Affiche GIF 2011

For its third edition Grenoble Innovation Fair is broadening its scope to cover more new or emerging innovations in Europe, welcoming 150 start-ups and laboratories in an exhibition space dedicated to networking with industry and technology demonstrations.
This international event, the only one of its kind in France, is being staged by three Grenoble organizations which have pooled their resources to bring together for two days new ventures with high-growth potential, research laboratories, industrial firms and innovative SMEs.

The fair is expecting more than 1,500 participants, eager to extend their innovation networks, identify opportunities for new partnerships and discover unsuspected sources of innovation.

Keywords: GIF 2011 Pedestrian Indoor Navigation Face recognition Hikob LOCUS Grenoble Rhône-Alpes research center Grimage SensLab Grenoble Traffic Lab ISM HPC