Digital

Smart masks to analyze humidity and respiration

Surgical masks were widely used during the Covid-19 pandemic. To assess their effectiveness in real time, scientists at Mines Saint-Étienne have developed a smart mask, a device that collects data on the humidity of the mask and the wearer’s respiration. Moisture retention is often considered a factor that reduces mask …

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Data and model-assisted beekeeping

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Gregory Zacharewicz, IMT Mines Alès – Institut Mines-Télécom and Baptiste Magnier, IMT Mines Alès – Institut Mines-Télécom Bees are key participants in biodiversity. They contribute enormously to pollination, an essential step in the life cycle of plants.  Yet current threats to biodiversity herald the disappearance of pollinating insects and honey …

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Wave exposure: understanding the risks to improve protection

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With the deployment of 5G, concerns about possible risks related to cell phones have increased. As part of the European GOLIAT project, which is funded by the European Union to the tune of €7 M, Télécom Paris and the C2M chair are contributing to monitoring the levels of exposure to …

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Dastra: the program that simplifies GDPR compliance

The GDPR, which came into force four years ago, requires companies to exercise strict control over their personal data processing activities. Many organizations find themselves in difficulty trying to meet these requirements. Dastra, a start-up present at VivaTech 2022 with IMT, has developed a SaaS platform that helps companies stay …

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Virtual reality to improve crisis management and cybersecurity

Known for its use in entertainment, virtual reality also offers interesting perspectives for crisis management and cybersecurity. Two projects carried out at IMT Mines Albi and IMT Atlantique aim to virtually simulate crises in supply chains and visualize cyberattacks. When managing a supply chain or a digital environment, it can …

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Side Channel Attacks: How to exploit vulnerabilities of processors?

Side channel attacks exploit confidential information obtained from microarchitecture of general purpose computers, in other terms microprocessors. Maria Mushtaq, researcher in cybersecurity at Telecom Paris, explains how these attacks work and give suggestions to improve computer security. What are the motivations that can lead to side channel attacks? Maria Mushtaq: …

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Semaxone keeps an eye (and an ear) on the stress levels of airline pilots

In flight, an airplane pilot must be able to make the right decisions quickly. This cool-headedness is difficult to maintain in an often stressful environment… Semaxone, a start-up present at VivaTech 2022 with IMT, aims to monitor the cognitive state of pilots by studying their cerebral blood flow and analyzing their voice. Airline …

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Ai4R: A world leader in an advanced medical imaging technology

Ai4R, a start-up created by a graduate of IMT Atlantique, has developed an autoradiography process for which it markets a range of high-performance machines. With a strong focus on research, it has received support from the IMT Atlantique incubator and recently from the France Relance plan. The original version of …

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3D Aerospace: developing precision mapping

Maps that are updated in real time are particularly useful tools for taking into account regular changes in a geographical area. The start-up 3D Aerospace proposes solutions with multiple applications, from driverless cars to vineyard management. The map applications we use every day are capable of an accuracy of within …

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Weytop: towards the virtualization of company computers

Is the Cloud PC the next revolution in computing? After storage and multimedia, desktop applications could be the next use of computers to be decentralized in the cloud. The start-up Weytop, present at VivaTech 2022 with IMT, is convinced of the fact. Its aim is to make the technology accessible to …

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