Section: Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry
Bilateral Grants with Industry
Participants : Salma Jiddi, Eric Marchand.
no Univ. Rennes 1 15CC310-02D, duration: 36 months.
This project funded by Technicolor started in October 2015. It supports Salma Jiddi's Ph.D. about augmented reality (see Section 7.1.7).
Participant : Eric Marchand.
no Inria Rennes 10822, duration: 36 months.
This project funded by Realiz started in October 2015. It is realized in cooperation with Anatole Lecuyer, Hybrid group at Irisa and Inria Rennes-Bretagne Atlantique to support Guillaume Cortes Ph.D. about motion capture.
Pôle Saint Hélier
Participants : Louise Devigne, Marie Babel.
no. Insa Rennes 2015/0890, duration: 36 months.
This project started in November 2015. It addresses the following two issues. First, the idea is to design a low-cost indoor / outdoor efficient obstacle avoidance system that respects the user intention, and does not alter user perception. This involves embedding innovative sensors to tackle the outdoor wheelchair navigation problem. The second objective is to take advantage of the proposed assistive tool to enhance the user Quality of Experience by means of biofeedback as well as the understanding of the evolution of the pathology.
Participants : Dayana Hassan, Paolo Salaris, Patrick Rives.
no Inria Sophia 10874-1, duration: 36 months.
The objective of this project that started in November 2016 is to explore new methodologies for the interaction between humans and robots, autonomous navigation and mapping and to transfer the results obtained on the robotic platform developed by AXYN for assisting disabled/elderly people at home or in hospital structures. Cost limits, good accessibility to aged people, robustness and safety related to the applications are at the heart of the project. This contract (ANRT-CIFRE) support Dayana Hassan's Ph.D.