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Cities, IoT and Analytics
SINOVIA is an R&D center from Cofely Ineo that provides Smart City platform to:
- Coordinate resources and processes to act effectively,
- Display information to help in decision making,
- Anticipate problems to resolve them proactively,
- Develop local citizen/end-users centric new services.
Anchored in a strong regional dynamic of technological innovation, the Grenoble research centre relies on the regional development and technology transfer structures to support its technology transfer actions and has developed strategic partnerships with large regional companies, such as Schneider, ST Microelectronics and CEA, in particular.
Technology transfer to SMEs is also realising its full potential in competitiveness clusters, such as Minalogic based in Grenoble, which is devoted to miniature smart systems, and Imaginove based in Lyon, specialising in image, video, and multimedia.
The rapid growth of information and communication technologies (ICT) involves an accelerated process of innovation relying more and more on a collaboration between public research and businesses. It is therefore natural for Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes to be heavily involved in national R&D programmes.
History of Inria
A graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the ENSAE (École nationale de statistique et de l’administration économique), Alain Bensoussan was the first researcher recruited by IRIA in 1967, and simultaneously pursued a career in teaching.
- Applied Mathematics
- Jacques-Louis Lions
- International relations
- Research centre
The Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest Centre aims to do everything in its power to foster scientific "catalysis". As such, the Centre is involved in a number of technology development actions, including the development of one platform in high performance computing: PlaFRIM.
- Technology transfer
Scikit-Learn is a Machine Learning library, developed thanks to the Python programming language. This open source tool, developed on the initiative of the Parietal team, has been a complete success.
Treasure is one of the networks developed as part of the EuroMediterranean 3+3 programme, created in 2006 to promote regional cooperation in the Mediterranean Basin. The aim of this multi-disciplinary, trans-Mediterranean network is to develop an effective water pollution control system that is capable of meeting growing water needs in North Africa. We spoke to two key participants about this exemplary collaboration.
- EuroMéditerranée 3+3 programme
- North Africa
- Project team MODEMIC
- Projet CoAdvise
- Jérôme Harmand
- Brahim Cherki