Local authorities, industries and engineering schools are working together within the ValaDoE Chaire (French research consortium) on energy networks. The aim is to propose innovative solutions to make these networks more efficient.
Drone fleets could be used for observation or communication - but also to remotely recharge the batteries of networks of connected objects. The idea, still new, could lead to multiple applications in a host of fields - agriculture, industry 4.0, ocean monitoring, crowd analysis, natural disaster relief, etc.
[I'MTech] The rise in the number of connected devices will lead to increased congestion of frequencies available for data circulation. Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) is one of the techniques currently being studied to improve the hosting capacity of networks and avoid their saturation
Combining digital technology and energy to make the management of a heating network as close as possible to the aspirations and constraints of users(local authorities, network managers and subscribers) is possible now with the decision support platform currently being developed by a team of five researchers from IMT Atlantic as part of the Euro
A fine delegation from IMT Atlantique was in Vienna from 4 to 6 December 2018 to participate in the largest event organised by the European Commission in the field of information and communication technologies, ICT proposers' day 2018: Imagine Digital - Connect Europe.
During the International IEEE Conference on Communications (icc2017.ieee-icc.org) in late May, the Spatial Modulation joint research project presented, to over 200 visitors, two demonstrators of wireless transmission using a very recent concept: Spatial Modulation. The two visual and intuitive demonstrations were greatly appreciated.