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Collaborative innovation at the crossroads of sectors


This Project aims to designing solutions that will address some of the issues facing EHPADs:

  • improve the safety and daily life of residents and staff,
  • improve the quality of life of residents and in particular the fight against isolation by strengthening ties with relatives,
  • strengthen the link between families, residents and the facility and ensure the transmission of information,
  • ensure the traceability of procedures and care,
  • improve the quality of care provided to residents through Telemedicine.

It will also address the needs of EPHAD managers in terms of reporting tools for internal and external audits, and with a view to integrating them into quality processes.

Laboratory: IETR-IMAGE

Fundings: ERDF, The Region of Britanny and Rennes Metropole

Coordinator: Hoppen Care

Participants: Hoppen Care, INSA Rennes and Zetapush

Principal Investigator for INSA Rennes: Muriel Pressigout

Budget for INSA Rennes: 247 000€ including 160 000€ by external fundings

Duration: 34 months from 09/01/2018



The switch of the industry and in particular the automotive industry to a more flexible and compact production model entails both an organisational and technical challenge, which is key to maintaining the competitiveness of European manufacturing industries. The RAISE project meets this objective of developing, characterizing and marketing technological bricks based on artificial intelligence to enable robotic assembly and inspection operations on moving parts without physical connection with the environment and without a specific trajectory. Automated assembly tools in motion will answer to the precepts of flexibility and compactness of the future industry.

The IETR Vaader team work focuses on new image processing algorithms based on Artificial Intelligence in order to secure work stations where operators and automated systems collaborate. IETR will develop new flexible design tools adapted to the goals of the industry 4.0.  The tools will automate and optimize the design of new algorithms on reconfigurable heterogeneous embedded systems.

Laboratory: IETR-IMAGE

Fundings: The Region of Britanny

Coordinator: EDIXIA

Participants: EDIXIA, INSA Rennes and PSA Groupe

Principal Investigator for INSA Rennes: Jean-François NEZAN

Budget for INSA Rennes: 281 900€ including 151 300€ by external fundings

Duration: 36 months from 05/04/2019