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Smart cities

CITRIS, Inria and PRIME Sign Accord


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.


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BIS'2015 workshop Inria@SiliconValley

12/05/2015 to 14/05/2015

Inria@SiliconValley 5th workhop, BIS’2015 will be hosted by CITRIS on May 12th-14th, 2015 on the University of California Berkeley Campus.

Place : CITRIS Headquarters and the Banatao Institute @ CITRIS Berkeley


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Inria and CITRIS chosen by the cities of Paris and San Francisco


The cities of Paris and San Francisco have respectively chosen Inria (Research Center Paris-Rocquencourt) and the University of Berkeley in California to carry out joint research on the smart city.


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Cities, IoT and Analytics

A versatile sensor platform to allow detection of a wide variety of airborne chemicals

Start-up Foundry / CITRIS - San Francisco -

We are developing a versatile sensor platform to allow detection of a wide variety of airborne chemicals with high specificity and sensitivity unseen in current technology. One particular interest that would disrupt the sensor industry is to incorporate our fast, low-cost and highly portable biosensor into mobile devices/IoT platform to provide an inexpensive remote detection service that involves nearly no maintenance. All of our effort is leading toward the development of a bio-film sensor for on-site gas leak detection, unveiling a new leak testing process for energy companies.


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