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Industrial robots were developed to replace human operators on repetitive or dangerous tasks. Cobots—or collaborative robots—are different. Human operators continue to use their unique know-how, while the robot works with them to make their work easier.
EU Horizon 2020 project REDFINCH is tackling the next generation of miniaturized portable optical sensors to detect gases and proteins in liquid. The sensors under development will initially target the petrochemical and dairy industries.
Research conducted under two EU projects has given rise to a new distributed energy management platform capable of coordinating the energy consumption of households at the scale of an entire neighborhood.
A power transformer with satisfactory thermal performance was produced using powder injection molding (PIM) and a printed-circuit-type industrial assembly. This advance will pave the way to smaller power supply components suitable for a variety of mobile devices.
Researchers at List, a CEA Tech institute, won first prize in the RAW competition for its smart positioning and routing software for reconfigurable architectures.
Transdev, a company that specializes in transportation technology, has kicked off a program to characterize and evaluate LiDAR sensors. The testing campaign will lead to improvements in autonomous vehicle performance and safety.
Microbolometers, which are infrared detectors that operate at ambient temperature, were first developed for military and space applications. Today, the devices are making their way into driverless cars, where they are helping improve safety.
Tomorrow’s land transportation will be clean, smart, and shared. CEA Tech has been driving advances in the vehicle of the future through targeted research programs for years.
In research conducted under the Biomargin project, a series of reliable, robust biological signatures were identified to predict the risk of rejection after a kidney transplant. The biomarkers will help doctors make the best possible decisions for their patients.
Soitec, one of the seven leads of the Nano 2022 plan, and Leti, a CEA Tech institute, recently renewed and expanded their innovative substrate R&D partnership.
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.