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October 4, 2019 | Clinatec, CHU Grenoble Alpes, Université Grenoble Alpes and CEA

An unprecedented neuroprosthetic allows a tetraplegic patient fitted with an exoskeleton to move

Grenoble, October 4, 2019

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The four-limb exoskeleton controlled by the patient during the BCI project at Clinatec ©Clinatec

For the first time, a tetraplegic patient was able to walk and control both arms using this neuroprosthetic, which records, transmits, and decodes brain signals in real-time to control an exoskeleton. The results of a clinical study under the Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Project at Clinatec were published on 4 October 2019 in The Lancet Neurology journal and provide proof of concept for controlling a four-limb exoskeleton. The system is driven via the long-term implant of a semi-invasive medical device to record brain activity developed at CEA in Grenoble. In the long term, this technology is expected to give greater mobility to individuals with severe motor disabilities.

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October 2, 2019 | The CURSOR project

A new European research initiative will develop innovative ways of detecting victims trapped under debris

Bonn, 2nd October 2019

In the face of natural or man-made disaster, urban search and rescue teams and other first responders like police, medical units or civil protection race against the clock to locate survivors within the critical 72-hour timeframe, often at their own peril due to the presence of instable structures or hazardous environments. In order to speed up the detection of survivors trapped in collapsed buildings and to improve working conditions for the first responders, the CURSOR project will devise novel technologies using drones, miniaturized robotic equipment and advanced sensors.

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May 23, 2019 | Atos, Capgemini and the CEA

The French Defense Procurement Agency selects the consortium led by Atos for Project Artemis, phase II

Paris, May 23, 2019 - As part of the second phase of Project Artemis1, Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, has been selected, alongside its strategic partners – Capgemini and the CEA – to deliver a prototype of a Big Data platform to the French Defense Procurement Agency (Direction Générale de l’Armement, DGA)2. Project Artemis aims to provide the French Ministry of the Armed Forces with a sovereign « infostructure » for massive data storage and management.

The exploitation of more and more numerous and diverse data is a major challenge to maintain operational control of the French armed forces. Project Artemis, launched in November 2017 by the DGA, aims to meet operational needs through use cases that will facilitate the management and decision-making process of the Army’s various services. Project Artemis aims to provide France with a bulk data processing capability to enable it to act independently in the fields of military intelligence, operational command, and in the digital space.

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 1ARTEMIS : Architecture for Processing and Massive Exploitation of Multi-Source Information (in French : Architecture de Traitement et d’Exploitation Massive de l’Information multi-Sources)

 2The French Defense Procurement Agency is the French Government Defense procurement and technology agency responsible for the program management, development and purchase of weapon systems for the French military

 

 

February 26, 2019 | SPARTA

SPARTA — Re-imagining the way cybersecurity research, innovation, and training are performed in the European Union

Cybersecurity is an urgent and major societal challenge. Highly correlated with the digitalization of our societies, cyberthreats have an increasing impact on our lives. It is therefore essential to ensure digital security and strategic autonomy of the EU by strengthening leading cybersecurity capacities. This challenge will require the coordination of Europe’s best competences, towards common research and innovation goals.

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February 7, 2019 | TechnipFMC and CEA

TechnipFMC renews its technological partnership on innovation and technology with the CEA

technological partnership technip fmcLONDON, PARIS, HOUSTON, February 7, 2019 — TechnipFMC signed the renewal of its strategic partnership agreement for innovation and technology development with the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA).

TechnipFMC and the CEA have been collaborating in innovation and technology development since 2011. Through the renewal of this agreement for an additional period of 5 years, TechnipFMC aims to strengthen the competitiveness of its business through the transfer and adoption of new technologies.
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