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Résultats de recherche pour: iot

4D Imaging for Evaluating Facial Paralysis Treatment

4D Imaging, Mohamed Daoudi

Mohamed Daoudi is a researcher at IMT Lille Douai, and is currently working on an advanced system of 4-dimensional imaging to measure the after-effects of peripheral facial paralysis. This tool could prove especially useful to practitioners in measuring the severity of the damage and in their assessment of the efficacy …

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Saving the digital remains of the Tunisian revolution

Tunisian revolution

On March 11 2017, the National Archives of Tunisia received a collection of documentary resources on the Tunisian revolution which took place from December 17, 2010 to January 14, 2011. Launched by Jean-Marc Salmon, a sociologist and associate researcher at Télécom École de Management, the collection was assembled by academics …

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Cybersecurity: new challenges to face up to

Cybersécurité, cyberattaques, Hervé Debar, Télécom SudParis, cybersecurity, cyberattacks

Computer hacking and sensitive data theft is increasing. Companies are now highly connected and must adapt their security policy to strengthen the protection of their information assets. Hervé Debar, a researcher at Télécom SudParis and expert in cybersecurity, studies the different types of cyber attacks in order to optimize their …

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e.l.m leblanc and IMT sign a framework agreement on the industry of the future

industrie, e.l.m leblanc, valorisation

Both partners are strongly involved in issues related to the industry of the future, and have decided to pool their efforts and formalize their collaboration. A lasting partnership based on three components: research, R&D and foresight. 1.    Develop cutting-edge research in the following fields : digital technologies, acoustics, Big Data …

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Networks and new services: A complete story

Noël Crespi, Networks and new services, Télécom SudParis, Internet of Things, IoT

This book shines a spotlight on software-centric networks and their emerging service environments. The authors examine the road ahead for connectivity, for both humans and ‘things’, considering the rapid changes that have shaken the industry. The book analyses major catalytic shifts that are shaping the communications world: softwarization, virtualization, and …

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The Internet of Things in the European Ecosystem

European, Chair on Values and Policies of Personal Information

The Internet of Things is fast becoming a vast field of experimentation with possibilities that are yet to be taken advantage of, thanks to major technological advances promoting the miniaturization of sensors and the speed of digital exchanges. It is also thanks to services in our digitalized daily life that …

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Sea Tech Week: Key issues of a connected ocean

Sea Tech Week, René Garello, Océan connecté

The sea is becoming increasingly connected, with the development of new real-time transmission sensors. The aggregated data is being used to improve our understanding of the role oceans play in climate issues, but several challenges must be considered: the development of autonomous sensors and the pooling of research on a …

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Digital transition: the music industry reviews its progress

music, Marc Bourreau, Télécom ParisTech

The music industry – the sector hit hardest by digitization – now seems to have completed the transformation that was initiated by digital technology. With the rise of streaming music, there has been a shift in the balance of power. Producers now look for revenue from sources other than record …

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Alexander Pelov

IMT Atlantique | #smartgrids #EnergyEfficiency #WirelessNetworks #IoT

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