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The NeoLED LED lighting system can be plugged directly into existing home electrical outlets with no need for an adapter. The patented system is compact and cost-effective to manufacture. It was showcased at the Vivatech trade show in May.
Terradona* sells a connected deposit-inspired solution for recycling drop-off containers that is gradually gaining traction. When equipped with the company’s smart panel, containers can actually encourage users to sort better.
SamurAI is the first-ever demonstrator system to bring together two previously-incompatible worlds: artificial intelligence and low-power communicating devices.
The world’s first solid-electrolyte lithium-ion microbatteries have been developed to meet the needs of specific healthcare applications.
Researchers investigated whether or not additive manufacturing affects a material’s hydrogen resistance. They designed an experiment to test the theory on parts made from Inconel, a material used for certain parts in the Ariane 6 launcher’s engines.
Novares unveiled its Nova Car 2 demo car to manufacturers on June 25. The car incorporates around fifteen patented innovations, two of which were developed by CEA Tech institutes.
For the first time ever, diesel fuel has been produced by refining the oil contained in biocrude made using hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae. The first-ever drops of diesel to be obtained in this way prove that this method for producing biofuel is technically feasible—a major step forward.
A MEMS-type accelerometer capable of measuring acceleration in three directions with a larger field of detection and greater sensitivity than conventional sensors was developed at Leti, a CEA Tech institute.
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.