Speeding innovation for industry
Article | Internet of things
Internet of Things
The Internet of Things is revolutionizing industry and, in particular, manufacturing. Industrial IoT (IoT) has the power to increase productivity, improve reliability by ensuring product reproducibility and quality, and make production flows more efficient. Continuous in-line supervision of manufacturing equipment can also facilitate monitoring and maintenance.
CEA Tech’s institutes develop a range of sensors, real-time signal processing and communications technologies, and virtual and augmented reality solutions to meet the needs of IoT.
INAC and Leti, a CEA Tech institute, have built the first-ever qubit using a CMOS transistor. The transistor was used to code, manipulate, and store quantum information. The advance will pave the way to new developments in quantum computing.
Bag-Era has developed an application that interconnects the components of complex industrial and service systems to ensure that these systems are coherent and robust.
Schneider Electric’s future home surveillance system will be non-invasive and personalized for optimal efficiency
For a wide range of devices to interact securely, the underlying hardware, software, and network protocols must be relatively homogeneous. CEA Tech institute List recently helped to develop an IoT systems design and supervision environment that leverages model-driven engineering.
ArcelorMittal turned to neural networks to improve real-time defect detection on the company’s cold mills. The N2-D2 platform responded to the company’s needs by automating neuromorphic circuit configuration and programming.
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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.