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DELTA DORE, a French ETI founded in 1970 in Brittany, designs, manufactures and markets connected electronic products for comfort management and energy control in residential housing, associated with the fields of heating, automation, security and home automation. The company has embarked on a trajectory that will enable it to occupy a prime position among the European leaders in the home automation sector by 2025, with an ambitious development plan.
Plevin, the company's Director of Research & Innovation, said:
"Delta Dore has been involved for many years, particularly by offering products and systems, in the energy and digital transitions in the building industry.
Today, we collectively have to face new challenges:
In this context, we believe that we must share expertise and cross fields of competence in order to offer society and the market broader and more complete solutions.
We see INES 2S as the vehicle for implementing these collaborations and meeting the energy challenges we need to solve, and we are pleased to be able to contribute to this with INES 2S."
In particular, DELTA DORE is pursuing a dynamic innovation strategy to move towards more scalable systems capable of taking into account the user, usage and its variability over time, as well as value-added services, either for the occupant, the building manager or the equipment maintainer.
As part of this strategy, the company has joined forces with the CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission) to support its research and development activities in the fields of energy management, home automation, well-being management, home care and alarm systems.
The collaboration, for which a new chapter opens within the framework of the ITE, covers various topics such as
Frédéric STORCK, President of INES.2S and Director of Innovation and Energy Transition at CNR, and all the members of the Strategic Steering Committee are delighted that DELTA DORE has joined the governance of the ITE.
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.