Speeding innovation for industry
Article | Defence ＆ security
Safety and defense
France’s defense industry must overcome fierce international competition to win additional market share. And the industry’s ability to compete will depend on how well it can leverage very advanced technologies while controlling production costs.
Today’s weapons must be able to perceive and analyze their environments, be interoperable, offer stealth capabilities, and provide their own energy supply.
CEA Tech offers market-ready technologies ranging from sensors of all types to energy harvesting, storage, and management systems. CEA Tech is also a source of robotized communicating systems and, finally, can provide key support on cybersecurity and cyberdefense, which now play a major role in national defense systems.
NuVISION, commercialized by NUVIA, is the world’s first four-in-one gamma camera. It was recently approved by the 2024 Paris Olympics security committee.
A smart Li-Fi orchestrator was presented at CES 2020. It automatically detects any interference between lamps and optimizes the data transmission rates for each device on the network.
FlexFusion is a new software application that can combine data from different sensors to pinpoint a vehicle’s position at all times, even if GPS data is no longer available due to tampering or satellite signal issues.
In e-healthcare, keeping personal data confidential is crucial. But when you store and analyze data on servers that are connected to the internet, that data becomes vulnerable to hackers, especially during transmission. A brand new homomorphic encryption system has made complex computations on encrypted data possible.
List, a CEA Tech institute, partnered with the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) to develop an algorithm to automatically identify toxic chemicals and explosives in real time. The research was part of a French government CBRN-E counterterrorism program.
How to collaborate with CEA Tech teams ?
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.