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Reliable and reproducible nanomaterials characterization protocols have been developed at Liten and are now available to businesses for their nanomaterials testing campaigns.
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.
The French government recently announced its strategy to develop hydrogen to drive the energy transition. Liten, a CEA Tech institute, plans to leverage its know-how in hydrogen technology and software to support this strategy.
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, and STMicroelectronics have developed a circuit that can harvest the mechanical energy produced by sporadic impacts in vibratory environments and enable self-powered devices.
The performance of systems used to identify volatile compounds has been enhanced substantially thanks to research conducted under the Essaim project. Improvements were made to both the sensors and the data acquisition and processing methods.
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, is coordinating the development of ISO standards for microfluidics. The goal is to speed up research and development in a field where design rules are often proprietary and empirical.
A capacitive plastic part prototype that meets the automotive industry’s requirements was recently developed in partnership with SE2D (Symbiose Engineering Design Development).
The EU Mobitrust project helped to develop more secure environments for the execution of critical applications on new mobile platforms.
With more than 60 startups created so far, Leti continues to help bring to market innovative devices and solutions, including in healthcare. For the second consecutive year, Leti offers a Medtech Entrepreneur-In-Residence Program. Through the first program, an IoT project for healthcare applications has been selected, involving a senior Medtech engineer and a clinician. The project is currently under incubation.
Manan Suri, who completed his Ph.D. at Leti listed for his invention of computer chips that mimic the workings of the human brain in the 2018 edition of MIT Technology Review’s 35 Innovators Under 35
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.