Since it was established, the CEA has supported and contributed the companies’ effort for innovation by putting its expertise and technologies at their service.
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Since it was established, the CEA has supported and contributed the companies’ effort for innovation by putting its expertise and technologies at their service. Hundreds of SMEs and major industrial groups have conducted their innovation programmes in partnership with the CEA, so why not you?
The CEA’s technological research activities are ISO 9001 certified.
Recognised scientific excellence
A large proportion of the CEA’s activity concerns research projects aimed ultimately at industrial applications. Working with the CEA gives you access to world-class scientific and technological knowledge.
Innovative and secure research
At the end of 2012, the CEA had a portfolio of around 4,700 active patent families. Working with the CEA gives you access to innovative and secure research.
State-of-the-art technological equipment
At its ten research centres, the CEA has multiple technology platforms opened to collaborations with companies.
The CEA, Orano and Veolia tested out a radioactive soil decontamination process in Japan between 13 and 17 November 2017.
4G has not been totally deployed that a European-Korean collaborative project, led by the CEA on the European side and ETRI on the Korean side, has already demonstrated the future services offered by the 5G during the last Winter Olympic Games in South Korea. 5GCHAMPION developed a fully integrated intercontinental 5G network proof of concept deployed at PyeongChang two years ahead of the official launch of 5G networks.
Biometric sensors for personal identification undergo a huge evolution since a few years. The expansion of this market will need low costs and convenient and easy-to-integrate technologies, both aspects answered by the European collaboration PYCSEL. The objective is to develop a flexible fingerprint sensor on plastic, building on the expertise from the CEA, the coordinator of PYCSEL, on this sensor technology in collaboration with 7 European key-partners.
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.