Archives par mot-clé : IMT Atlantique

Measuring pollution emissions from maritime transport

EMINAV

While road traffic pollution is now strictly controlled, the same cannot be said for the maritime sector, with its different fuels, engine types and regulations that differ depending on the shipping area. The EMINAV project, funded by Ademe to the tune of €258,000 for three years, aims to assess the …

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Eclore Actuators develops highly energy-efficient, bio-inspired actuators

Traditional pneumatic and hydraulic actuators are used in all sectors of industry, but they have their limits in terms of energy consumption. Eclore Actuators, a start-up incubated at IMT Atlantique, has redesigned the component using a new folding process developed in-house. Tens or even hundreds of pneumatic actuators are used …

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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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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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A New Nuclear Plan for France? Understanding current events in the light of history

plan nucléaire

Michaël Mangeon, Université Paris Nanterre – Université Paris Lumières and Mathias Roger, IMT Atlantique – Institut Mines-Télécom On February 10, 2022, a few weeks before the first round of the French presidential elections, Emmanuel Macron announced the launch of an ambitious program to build nuclear reactors. Other candidates (Marine Le Pen, Éric Zemmour, Valérie Pécresse …

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Encrypting and watermarking health data to protect it

Tatouage des données de santé, health data

As medicine and genetics make increasing use of data science and AI, the question of how to protect this sensitive information is becoming increasingly important to all those involved in health. A team from the LaTIM laboratory is working on these issues, with solutions such as encryption and watermarking. It …

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What is the metaverse?

métavers, metaverse

Although it is only in the prototype stage, the metaverse is already making quite a name for itself. This term, which comes straight out of a science fiction novel from the 1990s, now describes the concept of a connected virtual world, heralded as the future of the Internet. So what’s …

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Better network-sharing with NOMA

NOMA

The rise in the number of connected devices will lead to increased congestion of frequencies available for data circulation. Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) is one of the techniques currently being studied to improve the hosting capacity of networks and avoid their saturation. To access the internet, a mobile phone must …

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Sovereignty and digital technology: controlling our own destiny

digital sovereignty

Annie Blandin-Obernesser, IMT Atlantique – Institut Mines-Télécom Facebook has an Oversight Board, a kind of “Supreme Court” that rules on content moderation disputes. Digital giants like Google are investing in the submarine telecommunications cable market. France has had to back pedal after choosing Microsoft to host the Health Data Hub. …

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