Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

National Initiatives

  • SmartImmo: Towards intelligent and environmentally-friendly buildings

    The SmartImmo project gathers research groups in pervasive systems and french companies working in the building construction, installation, and management. This project led by Orange Labs aims to make a building able to “communicate” with its occupants and to be environmentally-friendly (e.g., automatic temperature adjusting). The main objectives of this project are to design a M2M (Machine-To-Machine) box for the heterogeneous equipment communication and to build several services on top of this platform.

    This project is funded by the SCS (Secured Communicating Solutions), a french pole of competitiveness.

  • SERUS: Software Engineering for Resilient Ubiquitous Systems

    The objectives of this project is to propose a design-driven development methodology for resilient systems that takes into account dependability concerns in the early stages, ensures the traceability of these requirements throughout the system life-cycle, even during runtime evolution. To provide a high level of support, this methodology will rely on a design paradigm dedicated to sense/compute/control applications. This design will be enriched with dependability requirements and used to provide support throughout the system life-cycle. This project is in collaboration with the TSF-LAAS research group (CNRS, Toulouse) and the ADAM research project-team (Inria Lille Nord Europe).

    This work is funded by the Inria collaboration program (in French, “actions de recherches collaboratives”).

  • School Inclusion for Children with Autism

    The objective of this project is to provide children with assistive technologies dedicated to the school routines. This project is in collaboration with the “Handicap et Système Nerveux” research group (EA 4136, Bordeaux University), the PsyCLÉ research center (EA 3273, Provence Aix-Marseille University) and the “Parole et Langage” research laboratory (CNRS, Provence Aix-Marseille University).

    This work is funded by the French Ministry of National Education.