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11 décembre 2019 | CEA x VieConnect™

Avec le CEA, Vieconnect™ enrichit ses solutions connectées pour aider les personnes incontinentes à mieux vivre

Déjà utilisé dans plusieurs établissements de santé, le système d’objets connectés de VieConnect™ préserve le confort des personnes incontinentes et dépendantes. Il améliore aussi le travail quotidien des soignants et la qualité de la prise en soin dans ces établissements de santé. En s’appuyant sur l’expertise en analyse de données et modélisation statistique du CEA, VieConnect™ optimise la performance de ses solutions pour un suivi plus précis et personnalisé. Cette collaboration s’inscrit dans le cadre du programme REPADE, financé par la Région Occitanie et Bpifrance.

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November 7, 2019 | EIT Manufacturing

The future of manufacturing in Europe starts now!

Paris, France, 07 November 2019 – Today the new EIT Knowledge and Innovation Community EIT Manufacturing was officially inaugurated at its Headquarters in Paris Saclay. The EU’s manufacturing sector employs close to 30 million people in 2.1 million enterprises and accounts for almost 20% of the total GDP. The sector is under considerable strain with rapid technological advancements and the need for a more circular economy.

To tackle this, EIT Manufacturing will provide excellent manufacturing skills and talents, work towards the full digitalisation of manufacturing and foster sustainable manufacturing. EIT Manufacturing, is Europe’s largest manufacturing innovation network and is developing new opportunities for innovators. By 2030, it is set to empower over 1,000 ventures across Europe and create new job opportunities.

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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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