There are 9 Results with the keyword : "Environment"
Inria researchers constantly work to help improve our understanding of the phenomena that impact on our planet, to predict future change and seek solutions. Medicine, biology, robotics and ecology are among the many fields of application in which digital science now has a key contribution to make. This is also true of the effort to reverse climate change, a fundamental challenge for the whole planet.
The COP21 Solutions exhibition, running from 4 to 10 December 2015, is expected to attract nearly 50,000 visitors under the glass dome of the Grand Palais in Paris, to learn about real, accessible solutions for the development of a post-carbon world. Inria is one of the fifteen research organisations exhibiting together for the first time in a space showcasing climate change issues and researchers' commitment to action. Around twenty Inria researchers will be presenting their research results.
Launched in 2009, renewed in 2012, and finished in 2016, the collaborative work between the Inria project team CLIME and NUMTECH was based on meteorology and air quality. The main focus of this laboratory involved assimilation in atmospheric dispersion, ensemble forecasts, downscaling, uncertainty and statistical methods.
2017 Activity Report
Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, robotics, health, environment, security and privacy, culture and education, connected society...Let’s discover the 2017 Inria Activity Report as a comic strip series which presents the Inria researches and highlights the impact of the digital revolution cross all areas of society.
- Security and privacy
- Artificial intelligence
- Annual Report
- Activity Report
2018 Inria-Industry Meetings
From metros to driverless shuttles, artificial intelligence to robotics, the spectrum of intelligent mobility is now concerned with modes of transport. This will be the theme of the next Inria-Industry Meetings.
Place : STATION F, 5 parvis Alan Turing, 75013 Paris, France
Faced with world population growth, farmers have for several decades sought ways to improve their yield whilst also protecting the environment. The modelling of microbial ecosystems by the MODEMIC project team in Montpellier is helping to tackle this dual challenge.
Start & UP!
Winner of the international Innovation 2030 competition, the young biotechnology start-up inalve enjoyed a successful fundraising round, giving the company the opportunity to set up its industrial pilot, initially targeted at fish farming, in the south of France. In the medium term, inalve is aiming to supply the entire agribusiness sector with the use of sustainable, innovative agriculture in the field of animal feed.
Founded in 2016 to offer an ambitious application for real-time analysis of air and noise pollution, the start-up came across some unexpected opportunities in the world of sports two years later. It will now focus on collecting information to analyse the “fan experience”.