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Researchers from CEA-List, a CEA Tech institute, have trialed a new approach to the formal validation of neural networks applied to image recognition. Their goal is to improve the safety of features such as pedestrian detection.
Moovlab, a spinoff of CEA-Leti, a CEA Tech institute, helps gyms improve customer loyalty with fun and interactive virtual circuit training tailored to each user’s individual goals.
ExpressIF™, the artificial reasoning platform developed by CEA-List, a CEA Tech institute, has been augmented with a spatial data processing module to assist in decision making. The technology is currently being used to manage wildfires, but it also offers potential in other emergency management situations.
CEA-Liten, a CEA Tech institute, helped develop a novel carbon-free, platinum-nanotube electrode to reduce the amount of platinum in PEMFCs (proton exchange membrane fuel cells) and augment the fuel cells’ performance.
Samba is a hardware and software solution that helps college campuses improve the delivery of services to deaf and hearing-impaired students. Developed by Grenoble-Alpes University and CEA Tech with financing from the university’s IDEX grant and IRT Nanoelec, the solution was recently improved based on feedback from field testing.
A new-generation X-ray Photon Counting Detector Module (PCDM) which can count and classify photons at very high X-ray flux and with particularly high spatial resolution is currently in the clinical testing phase. The PCDMs integrating technology developed by CEA Leti, a CEA Tech institute, is expected to enable new personalized diagnostic tests.
For the first time ever, CEA-Leti, a CEA Tech institute, fabricated nanosheet transistors with seven levels of stacked silicon channels. This advance will pave the way to smaller, more powerful, and energy-efficient devices.
CEA at INES and Enel Green Power have reached this summer a heterojunction solar cell record efficiency of 25.0% active area (213 cm²) on M2 wafer on CEA’s industrial pilot line.
Tissot turned to CEA-Leti, a CEA Tech institute, for a precision timekeeping solution for the 2020 UCI Road World Championships. The goal was to boost the range and reliability of real-time radio transmission of cyclists’ times.
In research conducted for the EU m2M-grid project, CEA-Liten, a CEA Tech institute, developed advanced microgrid coordination tools that were successfully tested on a real grid operated by electric utility SOREA.
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.