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The Inria-Industry meeting on the theme of "Computational Science for Sustainable Urban Living" was held on 23 June 2010 in Jouy-en-Josas
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Transportation and mobility
New technologies for Intelligent Vehicles will be presented, with an emphasis on multi-sensors Embedded Perception, Situation Awareness & Collision Risk Assessment, and Decision making for safe navigation and maneuvering. It will be shown that Bayesian approaches are mandatory for developing these technologies and for obtaining the required robustness in presence of uncertainty and complex traffic situations. Results obtained with Toyota and Renault will be presented.
Maxime Feingesicht, Non-A Team, participate as speaker at the workshop "The aerodynamic control - Application in the ground transport" Which will be held on May 20th at the stadium of the Hainaut de Valenciennes. He will present the first works of Non-A on the control of turbulences.
Place : Stadium of Hainaut, Valenciennes
While optimization has been playing a key role in signal and image processing for many decades, the signal and image processing community has made tremendous progress in the last ten years by adopting proximal methods. That breakthrough paved the way to large scale image processing in inverse problems (compressive sensing, deconvolution, inpainting…) as well as new and more involved modalities.
Place : Salle Jacques-Louis Lions 2 at Inria Paris Research Center
Colloquium Jacques Morgenstern
Gabriel Peyré (CNRS) will present, on 19 january, 2017: "Numerical Optimal Transport and Applications"
Place : Amphithéâtre du Bâtiment Kahn, Inria, Sophia Antipolis
Guest(s) : Gabriel Peyré
Internet of things
Last September, when a container disappeared from the Port of Montreal, it took two days to find it... by which time it had been emptied of its load of silver ingots worth 10 million dollars. If this container had been equipped with the device created by TRAXENS in collaboration with the Fun project team of Inria Lille - North Europe, this expensive misadventure might have been able to be avoided.
MSR is a French language conference within the general sphere of modelling, analysis and control of reactive systems in real time. More specifically, it concerns researchers and industrialists interested in designing applications based on continuous, discrete or hybrid systems. The conference will be held from November 16th to 18th 2011 in Lille.
- Modelling Reactive Systems
- Systems security
- Buried systems
- Industrial systems
- Real-time systems
- Mobile systems
- Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Centre
Rencontre Inria - Industrie
The demonstration shows a complete communication system comprising communication boxes installed in véhicules, urban environment and roadside infrastructure, and a serveur in charge of managing communications to and from these communication boxes. The communication box is equipped with a diversity of technologies (WiFi, cellular) and communications rely on IPv6, the new Internet standard.